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SPlints & Mouthguards

Splints and mouthguards are two preventive measures which are used to protect your mouth against sporting injuries and to inhibit the effects of teeth grinding or clenching at night. To find out more, simply give us a call on 08 9440 4455 or complete the form below to request an appointment with our friendly dental professionals today.

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OPEN HOURS

 

Monday: 8am - 5.30pm

Tuesday: 8am - 5.30pm

Wednesday: 8am - 5.30pm

Thursday: 8am - 7pm

Friday: 8am - 1pm

Saturday: Closed

Sunday: Closed

OUR ADDRESS

3 / 734 Karrinyup Rd,
Stirling WA 6021

CUSTOM MOUTH GUARDS

If you play football, basketball or any type of athletic sport, we strongly recommend a custom-made mouth guard to ensure that it fits well, while also allowing you to speak and breathe with ease without having to worry about it falling out.

CUSTOM SPLINTS

Splints (also known as night guards) are a custom-made removable acrylic appliance designed to fit your upper or lower teeth.  By guiding your jaw into a neutral position, splints provide an easy and cost-effective way to help relieve pressure and prevent further damage to the teeth and jaw as a result of grinding and clenching.

SPLINTS AND MOUTHGUARDS FAQs

How long will my mouthguard / splint last?
Custom-made sports mouthguards and splints will generally last between two – ten years, depending on extent and impact of grinding and clenching and use
How do I care for my mouthguard / splint?

To ensure that your splint and/or mouthguard last for as long as possible, it is important to keep it fresh and clean. Each morning, clean your splint with a toothbrush and then rinse under cold water. While no tooth paste is required, denture cleaning products such as Polident or Sterident may also be used. When not in use, we recommend storing the splint in its plastic container (provided by us when your splint is ready to take home) and out of direct sunlight to avoid bacterial growth and malleability.

When travelling with your splint, always ensure that it is dry before placing it in its container. Keep the container clean by regularly washing your case with hot, soapy water to prevent contamination and possible illness or oral infection.

What type of splint is best for me?
The three most common types of splints or night guards are soft night guards, hard night guards and laminate night guards. At your consultation appointment, our dental professionals will assess the severity of your grinding / clenching to help determine the most appropriate type of night guard for you.
How long will it take to get my custom mouthguard / splint?
To create your custom-made mouthguard or splint, we firstly take some impressions of your mouth which are then sent to one of our affiliate laboratories for creation. Your mouthguard or splint is usually ready for you to take home one-two weeks after the initial impressions are made.
How much do mouthguards / Splints Cost?

The cost of mouth guards and splints vary from person to person depending on the treatment required. To find out more about the payment options and rebates associated with your mouth guard or splint, simply give us a call on 08 9440 4455 or request an appointment with one of our friendly dental professionals today.

A custom-made mouth guard ensures that it fits well, while also allowing you to speak and breathe with ease.

CONTACT US TODAY

If you’re ready to experience The Dental Studio Stirling difference, please give us a call on 08 9440 4455 or request an appointment to meet with one of our friendly dental professionals today.