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StressGard Night Guard | Full Review

 

 

 

 

 

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StressGard NightGuard Description

Designed by orthodontist Dr. James Bancroft, The StressGard NightGuard provides a remedy for tooth grinding and clenching, which wears on enamel and can also cause chipping and lost fillings. It is also appropriate for sufferers of TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint Disorder). The StressGard serves as a protective cushion between your upper and lower teeth. The device has a patented, flexible groove to absorb shock. You do not have to boil and mold this product; it is designed to work with a loose fit and can be trimmed for comfort if needed.

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The StressGard NightGuard can be fitted on either the upper or lower teeth. Its smooth surface means that your teeth will slide against it when they contact it. This prevents chipping and damage to your tooth enamel. It also means that the muscles of the jaw and face are not able to contract as they usually do when you are asleep and not wearing the NightGuard. This leads to a reduction in pain and discomfort.

 

 

 

There are two products available:


Original StressGard NightGuard.
TotalGard recommends that patients who tend only to grind their molars try the Original StressGard NightGuard. It is not the sort of NightGuard that requires a custom fit, but you can trim it to make any necessary adjustments if needed.

 


StressGard II NightGuard.
The StressGard II has the addition of a full bite plate in front. This model is for patients who grind both their molars and front teeth. The StressGard I & II both come with fitting instructions and a storage case.

 

 

Features:

  • Worn on the upper teeth while you sleep.
  • Relieves both TMJ symptoms and bruxism by preventing the back molars from touching.
  • One size fits all.

Pros & Cons

Pros:
  • 30-day money back guarantee.
  • Users report a significant reduction in headaches and other facial pain related to bruxism.
  • The product treats both bruxism and TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint Disorder).

Cons:
  • The fact that the product is designed for a loose fit, coupled with its extremely hard texture, has led to discomfort in some customers.

Faqs:

How do I minimize the amount of saliva I seem to produce when I wear the NightGuard?

It is normal for the body to produce excess saliva when you start using a mouth guard. Try wearing it initially for only a few hours at a time, in order to grow accustomed to the device.

For how long should I wear my StressGard NightGuard?

Once you have become accustomed to the NightGuard, it can safely be worn all night. You can even wear it during the day if needed.

How long will it be before I need to replace the StressGard NightGuard?

The StressGard NightGuard is quite durable. Heavy grinders find they can use one for 9 months to 1 year before needing to replace it. For those only suffering from episodal grinding, it will last far longer than this.

Will The StressGard NightGuard fall out of my mouth during the night?

No, it will stay in place all night. The natural tissue retention in your mouth, caused by lips, cheeks and tongue, will keep the NightGuard in place.

Can I wear The StressGard NightGuard during the day?

Yes. The device is built in a way that minimizes bulk, allowing you to wear the StressGard NightGuard in the day, should you choose. It is probably best to wear it on the lower teeth during the day, as this is more discreet and makes it easier to carry on a conversation.

Final Say

We don’t actually sell any products at MouthGuardsForTeethGrinding.com, we just evaluate and review them. But we do look for the best dealers and prices on the internet and the best price for the StressGard Night Guard seems to be found at Amazon.

 

 

Business Location:

TotalGard Corp.800 West Cummings Park, Suite 1550 Woburn, MA 01801

 

Reviews and Testimonials

We value your input and would appreciate learning about your experience and suggestions. Your own review and feedback would help other people with bruxism to chose the best guard for their needs.

These are the reviews and testimonials we received from the real users of the StressGard Night Guard customers. We hope that they will help you decide if this is the right product for you.

Christopher

Christopher has been writing professionally for 17 years. He specializes in health and dentistry. He has written extensively on bruxism, mouth guards and alternative approaches.

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    Toni Woerner April 20, 2016 at 3:16 am

    I am 70 years old and have been using the Stress Guard since I was in my forties…long time. I had to get used to it but it was worth it compared to the prices of the ones from dentist. I trim the it a little because I have a small mouth. It is very easy to do. I took mine to my chiropractor and he said it was definitely helping. I just wear mine at night and I don’t have that terrible pain when I wake up. Glad I found it when I did.

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    Pamela from West Jordan, Utah August 3, 2012 at 9:50 am

    I am one of those people who started with hugely expensive custom made mouth guard, only to find out that it is really not worth $900 my dentist asked for it. It was comfortable, I admit, but it did not last long and I could not afford the new one since my insurance company did not cover it. So I looked for a cheaper mouth guard that does not break the bank and is still doing the job of protecting my teeth. I was actually surprised with StressGuard NightGuard, because I did not expect much from a $12 piece of plastic, but it really works. You have to spend some time to adjust to it and to trim it a bit to fit you, but for that money it is a small thing. I now sleep like a baby and my mouth guard never falls out of my mouth.

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    Burt Northfield, Flint, Michigan August 2, 2012 at 3:51 pm

    I have been using it for about two years now. Don’t expect it to last for ever – in my experience the normal lifespan for this mouth guard is about six months. For less than $20 it is well worth it. It is supposed to fit all, what means you have to trim it a bit to fit your mouth. Smooth the rough edges with a nail file and you will find it just perfect.

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    Wes Morisey, California July 13, 2012 at 9:54 am

    I just love my stressguard mouthguard. I have been grinding my teeth for years and I am so used to waking up with painful jaw and frequent headaches. I tried many different mouth guards, and I find stressguard one of the most comfortable on the market. I did not have to do any trimming, just had to get used to a bit too much saliva at the beginning, but hat passed once I got used to the mouth guard. I use it on my lower teeth normally, but from time to time I switch and use it on the upper teeth and it works fine as well. It is designed to work on both.

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    Happy bruxer from Davenport, Iowa July 5, 2012 at 7:12 pm

    I am a very heavy grinder, and I go through mouth guards like hot cakes. I even broke my expensive custom night guard, so I had to buy an off the shelf mouth guard until my dentist can make me a new one. I was lucky to try StressGuard MouthGuard, because it was so comfortable right out of the box that I am still using it. I keep getting a new one every six months or so, but it is worth it, it costs just a fraction of my old custom guard. It is comfortable enough and it protects my teeth, what else can I wish for?

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