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DenTek™ Comfort Fit Dental Guard 2 Pack

The DenTek Comfort-Fit Dental Guard offers the same level of protection from nighttime teeth grinding as a full-coverage dental guard in a slim design.  
  • Night guards are ready for use right out of the box, no boiling water, heating, or molding required
  • Five-point adjustment system makes it easy to find the perfect fit
  • Features slim, but durable, padding that cushions and separates teeth and to reduce damage caused by grinding teeth in sleep
  • Perfect bruxism treatment for those who find it difficult to wear a bulky mouth guard through the night 
  • Includes 2 dental guards and one antimicrobial storage case
  • Contains no latex or silicone
  • 6 months protection guarantee


  • Rinse your night guard in warm water.
  • Place night guard on your lower teeth and bite down.
  • Use a mirror to check that the molar pads cover at least half of your last molar. If your dental guard doesn't cover at least half of your last molar, make an adjustment.
  • Slide the molar pad back one notch to adjust. Repeat on the other molar pad so both are aligned.
  • Test for fit, and continue to adjust as needed. 
  • Note: Molar pads can be moved five positions.
  • After each use, brush your dental guard with toothpaste and/or mouthwash. Never rinse in hot water, as it could alter the shape.
  • Check your dental guard monthly for wear. The life of your dental guard depends on how often you grind your teeth and the force of your teeth grinding. Your dental guard can last up to six months.


Do not use: 
  • As a sports mouthpiece. The product is designed to absorb top-to-bottom pressure not shock absorption.
  • If you are under 18 years of age.
  • For more than three months without consulting your dentist.
  • If you have loose teeth or teeth that can wiggle.
  • If your dentist has told you that you have temporomandibular joint (TMJ) pain or clicking of the jaw.
  • If you have any pain from teeth grinding, or other forms of tooth or jaw pain.
  • If you have dental implants, or wear dentures, braces or other dental appliances. 

Ask a dentist before use if you have: 

  •  Major health problems or serious breathing or respiratory conditions.
  • Oral sores, bleeding gums or any gum disease.
  • Cavities that have no fillings, or loose fillings or caps.
  • Difficulty chewing or pain of the jaw, teeth or face.
  • Two or more missing teeth. Stop use and ask a dentist if:
  • You develop soreness, bleeding gums or any other reaction inside your mouth.
  • You develop jaw pain, teeth pain, ear pain, headache, neck stiffness, or joint clicking when using this product.
  • The same symptoms persist after over a month of use.
  • The product falls out of your mouth easily.
  • The product disrupts breathing, feels uncomfortable or causes you to gag.
  • You have a change in your bite that persists more than a few minutes after removing the product. See your dentist every six months
Both dental guards are NOT intended to be worn at the same time

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