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NIGHTGUARD HOME CARE

  1. Rinse the guard before wearing .

  2. Rinse the guard after removing if from your mouth.

  3. Brush it gently with a soft toothbrush and toothpaste, denture cleaner, or liquid soap once a day.

  4. Soak your nightguard in denture cleaner once a week to keep it fresh and clean.

  5. Check your guard of signs of wear.

  6. See us every six months to monitor your dental condition.

Proper fit of your nightguard is important

February 27, 2007

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