Excellent service! I had terrible anxiety about dentist offices from a poor experience when I was a kid. I ended up not going to the dentist for many years as an adult, resulting in many problems. Ultimately, one day, I had a dental emergency and found Bridgetown Dental, who got me in immediately. I had so much fear about dentist offices that I was tearful during the initial consult. However, Dr. Kaady never shamed me for my worry. He was kind, explained everything about the procedure, and took the time to make me feel like he cared about my teeth and experience. I totally survived the cavity-filling! He asked if I would return (I had a lot more cavities) and start regular cleanings. Five years later, I am still a patient here! Valerie, who cleans my teeth, is wonderful! Everyone here is exceptional, professional, and friendly. I decline to go anywhere else. Bridgetown Dental cured my dentist office anxiety, and I highly recommend them!
Keep Your Teeth Safe With a Professional Mouthguard
You may think that all mouthguards are the same. However, that’s not true. Custom mouthguards from Bridgetown Dental outperform those you buy in a sporting goods store. Since they’re made specifically for you, they fit better and offer better protection. They won’t slip out of play at a crucial moment.
Our team offers several types of mouthguards:
- Athletic Mouthguards – Athletes who don’t wear mouth protection are 60 times more likely to suffer a dental injury, according to the American Dental Association. If you participate in sports, you owe it to your smile to invest in a mouthguard.
- TMJ Mouthguards – A specialized TMJ appliance will gently move your jaw forward to relieve tension on your joints so they can begin to heal.
- Teeth Grinding (Bruxism) Mouthguards – A bruxism mouthguard will keep your teeth apart when sleeping so teeth grinding is eliminated. This protects you from tooth enamel damage and the need for restorative dentistry.
- Sleep Apnea Mouthguards – This special type of mouthguard will keep your airway passages open by moving your lower jaw forward a bit. You won’t snore, and you’ll get a better night’s rest.