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SPLINTS

Because a splint adapts so closely  to your patient's teeth, it's very important that the model you send to us  accurately represents the patient's dentition/anatomy.

 

Any flaws in the model will show up in the finished splint, resulting in an improper fit.

 

Please call to discuss your options with one of our technicians, especially if you're not sure what kind of splint to use.

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Bruxism Splint

Dual-layered laminate material: occlusal side is a hard material to resist bruxing; slightly softer inner lining conforms to the teeth.

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Gelb

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Acrylic Splint