Dental Splints

The splint has specific technical characteristics, it is made from transparent acrylic or silicone and produces light contacts with the teeth of the opposite jaw. In order to fulfill these characteristics it must have the appropriate thickness which is different for each patient. There are many types of splnits that serve either prevention or treatment. Like invisible orthodontics which is the process of rectifying orthodontic anomalies using thin transparent splints which are placed successively in the mouth and progressively move the teeth to the desired location. Sporting splints to prevent jaw and teeth injury especially in full contact sports.Bruxism splints and jaw malfunction treatment splints. Surgical splints for guidance on implant placement as well as the contracted treatment of Sleep Obstructive Apnoea Syndromes.