Keep Your Clear Comfort Night Guards for Long by Taking Proper Care

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Dental night guards have a lot of benefits that can help you take better care of your teeth and mouth. Oral hygiene and Oral care are important steps in leading a healthy lifestyle and if you wear a night guard for your teeth, cleaning and good maintain of it is an important part of your oral hygiene. Night guards can be valuable in protecting your teeth from the harsh impact of clenching and grinding teeth at night. This unconscious activity can cause a lot of damage such as sensitivity, fractures, or premature wear. However, getting a night guard frequently is not a durable solution nor a cheap one. So, the only solution is to get a Clear Comfort Night Guard and maintain it so that the life shell of your night guard is longer.

The first and foremost step in protecting your teeth is to get a custom made night guard. You can look into your options and choose the mouth guard for sleeping that suits you better based on your level of teeth grinding. Keep that in mind, Clear Comfort Night Guards have come with an extensive range of night guards at an affordable price package. With years of investing in technology and high-end practice of that, the company has developed night guards that use premium materials and do not compromise on quality. As a dental lab that has served dentists for some years now, the company is the perfect example that shows that people can get quality products at an affordable price. So, after getting the most suitable night guard, the next right thing to do is to take care of them so that the product can last longer. But how to do that?

Taking care of a night guard is not a hard task, it just needs proper cleaning and storing. The first step after getting a teeth guard and using it is to rinse immediately after using it overnight. Every time someone is wearing a night guard right after that, a rinse with warm water should follow. As soon as you remove it from your mouth, get some warm water and rinse it thoroughly. This rinsing will help remove debris and at the same time, will loosen any plaque which is stuck to the night guard. If this gunk is not removed after every use, it may cause accumulation of bacteria in your dental night guard that may develop cavities over time. That is also a reason experts advise to replace your teeth grinding guard every 3 or 6 months.

After rinsing your sleeping guard with warm water, the next step is to brush the night guard. You can use the normal toothbrush that you brush your teeth with, however, some people may prefer using a separate toothbrush for cleaning their night guard. It is not necessary to apply toothpaste to the brush as toothpaste can be pretty abrasive when it comes to cleaning night guards which will end up causing a faster wearing out in the night guard. If you don't think the night guard is cleaned just with water, as an alternative you can use dish soap and castile soap as a cleanser. These non-abrasive cleansers can be used as daily cleansers for your night guard.

The next step after cleaning the night guard thoroughly and properly is now time to dry the night guard out. It is of utmost importance to dry out the night guard completely before storing it further. If the night guard is not entirely dry, it can cause rapid bacterial growth. You have to choose a flat, clean surface where you can lay the night guard and let it dry completely. The typical time for drying a night guard is 15-30 minutes.

Now comes one of the most important parts of maintaining a night guard that will help increase the shelf life of the product. When you are not wearing a night mouth guard, you must keep it stored away. You may think storing it in a bathroom right next to your toothbrush and other oral hygiene products would be a great idea, but over time, the steam and humidity in the bathroom can build up bacteria and cause damage to the dental guard. Our recommendation would be to store your mouth guard for sleeping in your bedroom side table or nightstand. Anywhere that is subjected to extreme hot and cold temperatures, would not be the ideal choice for your night teeth guard. It can cause severe damage to it which significantly reduces its shell life of it. While storing your night guard, another thing that you need to consider is keeping it out of the reach of children and pets. It can easily become the new favorite chew toy for your pets or a playing toy for children.

To make the shell life even longer, you need to show some more tender care for your night guard. There should always be a monthly deep clean of your night guard, which will prevent damage to your night guard and at the same time will keep the rapid growth of bacteria at bay. It's a great idea if you develop a habit of deep cleansing your night guard every month and this can be done in several ways. One way you can deep clean your night guard is by using a non-abrasive denture cleanser. For this, you can place your night guard in a bowl or glass of water and pour the denture cleanser to dissolve in the water completely.

Another way you can deep clean your night guard is by using a mixture of hydrogen peroxide and vinegar. This is a bit of a lengthy process where you have to soak the night guard in distilled white vinegar for a minimum of 30 minutes. Then for the next 30 minutes, you can soak the night guard in hydrogen peroxide. After the soaking process is done, it is now time to rinse it in water and let it dry completely. But in this process make sure the night guard is not in liquid soaked for more than an hour.

If you use these processes and follow the steps correctly, your night guard can last up to 5 years. But for that, you need a premium quality night guard which is available at Clear Comfort Night Guards at an affordable price range. Visit them at:

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Clear Comfort Night Guards dental lab is located in Los Angeles County, California. Our lab has been servicing dentists for over 10 years by delivering thousands of perfectly fitted custom night guards, dentures, crowns, bridges, and other dental appliances.

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