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What is Night Guard?

A night guard is a dental appliance designed to protect teeth from the effects of teeth grinding or clenching, a condition known as bruxism. Typically worn during sleep, a night guard acts as a cushion, preventing the grinding of teeth against each other. It helps alleviate symptoms such as jaw pain, headaches, and tooth damage caused by bruxism, promoting better oral health and a more restful night's sleep. Night guards are custom-fitted to ensure comfort and effectiveness for each individual.

Grinding & Bruxism

Bruxism is characterised by the grinding of the teeth and is typically accompanied by the clenching of the jaw. It is an oral parafunctional activity that occurs in most of us at some time in our lives. In most people, bruxism is mild enough not to be a health problem. Whilst bruxism may be day or night activity in most cases it is during sleep that causes the majority of health issues. It can even occur during short naps. Bruxism is one of the most common sleep disorders. Grinding the teeth can cause wear. The canines and the front incisors wear first. The enamel can be lost exposing the soft dentine underneath which results in sensitivity and pain.

Management of bruxism is based on minimizing the abrasion of tooth surfaces by the wearing of an acrylic dental guard or splint designed to the shape of an individual’s upper or lower teeth from a bite mould. A dental guard is typically worn on a long-term basis during every night’s sleep. Although mouth guards are a first response to bruxism, they do not cure it. Another type of device sometimes given to a bruxist is a repositioning splint. A repositioning splint may look similar to a traditional night guard, but is designed to change the occlusion, or bite, of the patient.


TMJ denotes the temporomandibular joint, a pivotal connection between the jaw and the skull. TMJ disorders (TMD) involve issues like jaw pain and clicking sounds. Dental interventions, including custom appliances and lifestyle adjustments, aim to alleviate TMD symptoms and improve jaw function.

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Grinding and Occlusal Splint

Benefits of Night Guard

Teeth Protection

Night guards serve as a protective barrier, preventing teeth grinding and clenching during sleep, thereby reducing the risk of tooth damage, fractures, and wear.

Symptom Alleviation

Night guards help alleviate symptoms associated with Bruxism, such as jaw pain, headaches, and facial discomfort, promoting better oral health and a more restful night’s sleep.

Number of Sessions

Typically 2-4 sessions tailored to your needs.

Procedure Duration

Same day to six months
depending on the case


High quality composite fillings starts from £240

Patient Journey Steps


Discuss your needs and expectations with our experienced team.

Record Taking

Assess the case by gathering scans and other relevant information.


Receive a personalized treatment plan tailored to your specific case.


Prepare for the procedure with our guidance and support

Implant Procedure

Undergo the carefully planned and executed implant procedure.

Follow-up Care

Benefit from our comprehensive post-procedure care and guidance

Why Choose Us?

Highly trained and skilled implant dentists dedicated and well know to providing exceptional care

No cutting corners or compromise; only high-quality materials, advanced technologies and reputable laboratories to ensure long lasting results.


Time and cost saving. The latest and most advanced ultra-low-dose CT scan in the world available in-house. No need to book an additional visit to radiology clinic and extra costs, as it will be fully credited in our dental implant treatment plan.


Adherence to strict cross-infection control protocols, ensuring the highest standards of patient safety.

Digital workflow and computer-guided surgery for precision, safety and comfort

Cost issue? Finance your treatment to spread the cost. (*T&C apply)

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Holistic Approach

Immediate implants when possible for maximised preservation of natural tissue.
keyhole surgery when possible for minimally invasive procedures
Minimized grafting when possible for optimal patient comfort and reduced recovery time

Most Frequently Asked Questions About Dental Implants

A artificial tooth roots made of titanium that are surgically placed into the jawbone. They serve as sound anchors for replacement teeth, such as crowns or dentures.

The procedure is under local numbness and pain free. In most cases patients report only minor discomfort after the procedure. The discomfort may extend to few days for more complex cases , however even those mostly manageable with over the counter pain killers.  Dr Amenien is an expert in Computer Assisted Implant Surgery  that facilitates  minimally invasive approach. With the precise virtual planning and guide, he can often perform the surgery with much smaller incisions, reducing discomfort and speeding up the recovery process.

With proper care and maintenance, dental implants can last over 10 years. Regular check-ups and good oral hygiene are key to their longevity.

Generally, anyone with good oral and overall health can be a candidate for dental implants. However, a thorough evaluation is necessary to determine suitability.

The initial healing process takes a few days to a week. Full osseointegration (bone bonding) can take 2-6 months. It varies by individual and the complexity of the case.

The cost of one single implant is £1400 ( use Special offer voucher code ASW1023 and get £200 off )  The implant needs to be restored with a post crown which depending function and aesthetic demand starts from £1200. You need a CBCT Scan which costs £95 . This fee will be credited towards your treatment if treatment plan is approved (free CBCT and intraoral Scans). Please see the full pricings at our fee section: Implant fees

Short implants can be a viable option when bone availability is limited. They often eliminate the need for extensive bone grafting and can provide excellent stability and function.

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