Orthodontic Appliances


01. Anti-Snoring

Why is snoring a problem?
Virtually all of us snore from time to time. In fact, it is estimated that over 50% of adult males and 30 % of adult females may be affected by snoring. For some, snoring is no more that an occasional , inconvenient habit; but chronic, heavy, loud snoring can be more serious.

Snoring usually occurs when a person's airway at the back of the throat constricts, causing air to be inhaled at an increased speed and pressure. This results in the soft tissue in the back of the mouth vibrating, creating the snoring noise.

  1. 03.01 anti-snoring
  2. 03.02 sportguards
  3. 03.03 Splint
  4. 03.04 AMD
  5. 03.05 removables
  6. 03.06 fixed
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02. Sportguards

Many sport related mouth injuries could be avoided by using proper sport guard. R-Pol's ProteKtor pressure formed sport guards assure excellent fit and superior protection. Available in three different thickness can be used for many different sports and levels of advancement. Among our clients there are many martial arts professionals and heavy weight boxers.

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03. Splints

Symptoms such as clicking joints, headaches, migraines, neck and shoulder pain can occur as an effect of abnormal occlusion and/or temporomandibular joint dysfunction.
Splints (Night Guards) are designed to help patients with bruxism and temporomandibular joint disorder problems. We offer variety of designs and materials to produce the most effective Splints available.

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04. Anti Migraine Device (AMD)

Migraine pain may be caused or intensified by the muscles under your scalp.
It starts as a sleep disorder of intense jaw clenching (TMG). Itís a very common and painful jaw disorder caused by clenching tightly in- and off- centered, lopsided way while asleep and occasionally throughout the day. This causes extremely intense muscular contraction, but little strain on the jaw.
Nighttime jaw clenching usually goes unnoticed, but it sets the stage for migraine, chronic headache pain, and even damage to surrounding joints, teeth, and neck muscles.

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05. Removables

Retainers
Removable retainers are used to maintain the position of teeth obtained in the process of orthodontic treatment.

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06. Fixed

Fixed appliances can be used as retainers or arch development devices. Their advantage over removables is greater control of teeth movements particuarly in long- term treatment of young patients.

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Updated: 18.09.2007
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