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Night Guards

Custom-fit night guards made from high-quality materials to protect teeth from grinding and clenching during sleep.


Discover innovative seealine night guards, where comfort, aesthetics, and efficiency converge in modern dental care.
Our night guards promote restful sleep by mitigating the damaging effects of bruxism.
The design effectively combats teeth grinding and clenching, minimizing both symptoms and dental damage.
Thermo-adaptive technology enables easy molding to each patient's dental structure for maximum comfort.
The guards are made from medical-grade, BPA-free EVA material, providing a hypoallergenic option.
Constructed from high-quality material, the night guards offer durability and cost-effectiveness.
Receive your order of seealine Night Guards faster than industry standards and as early as 5 business days.
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Care Instructions

Keep your aligners clear, comfortable, and effective with these simple steps.

Rinse Thoroughly

Always rinse your night guard with warm water before and after each use to remove any debris and saliva.

Clean Regularly

Use a soft toothbrush and a cleaning tablet designed for dental appliances to gently scrub and cleanse your night guard.

Proper Storage

After cleaning, allow your night guard to dry completely in a clean, ventilated area. Once dry, store it in its designated case.

Frequently asked questions

Everything you need to know about the product and billing.
How can I ensure my Night Guard is comfortable?
A proper fit is key. If discomfort persists, consult your dentist for adjustments.
What's the best way to clean my Night Guard?
Brush it daily with a toothbrush and non-abrasive toothpaste or soap, then rinse thoroughly.
Can Night Guards stop teeth grinding?
They provide a protective barrier to minimize damage from grinding but don't stop the habit.
How long will my Night Guard last?
With proper care, a Night Guard can last several years, depending on the severity of grinding.
Will wearing a Night Guard affect my sleep?
Most users quickly adapt. If you experience prolonged discomfort, consult your dentist.