Splints are used to protect tooth surfaces, manage mandibular jaw dysfunction, and stabilize occlusion or create space prior to restoration procedures. People prone to nocturnal bruxism, or nighttime clenching, should routinely wear occlusal splints.
The Occlusal Splint is the most widely used TMJ Splint. Full coverage acrylic provides support of both arches while opening the bite to align and relax the joint and surrounding tissues.
Cuspid rise disclusions for anterior excursions are included. Our Splints are made of tough thermoplastic. The acrylic is trimmed to a horseshoe shape and is contoured for maximum patient comfort.