Very Strong Guard
on the 11th Sep 2014
I am very pleased with this mouth guard. It is a little bit big in my mouth and doesn't sit as comfortably as other guards I have used in the past, but it feels really strong and durable. I think it will be a while before I wear through this one.
First time user
on the 13th Jan 2014
Supprisingly elastic, hard to chew, pads are quite thick at first after few nights you can't sleep whitout em. I am a heavy grinder, so i have some fatique on tooths at morning, but after a brush its over. Not only great for teethgrinding, but great reminder to brush your teeth before going to sleep (putting them on) and at morning brushing your teeth so the fatique goes off. I never had these, but so far im liking em. and my wife can sleep nights whitout me grinding her awoke. win-win.
on the 22nd Jun 2012
I usually use custom made mouth guards made by my dentist. The problem is that I cam to the UK to spend 7 weeks and had lost my mouth guard. I then decided to buy this one as a temporary solution. As a matter of fact, it works really well and gave me a lot of relief, no more neck pains in the morning, etc. It takes a little while getting used to the rubber strip touching your gums at your bottom front teeth, but you get past it. For anyone who didn't get a custom one, this one works very well.
Pluses and Minuses
on the 27th May 2012
After being plagued by facial pain, my dentist suggested I try a traditionally moulded dental night-guard for my lower teeth, which was wonderful until I eventually ground my way through it. When I enquired about replacing it I was shocked how much a new guard was now going to cost me so I thought I might as well think about alternative grinding remedies and that's when I came across the SleepRight Dura Comfort Night-Guard, which turns out to be a lot more comfortable than it looks in the illustrations. Because I'd been used to wearing a night-guard I had no problem getting used to the SleepRight Guard. The only downside is that the old guard fitted very closely over my lower teeth which meant you could still talk clearly, take medicine or have a drink while wearing it. The SleepRight Guard however is only held between your back teeth which means that a couple of times I've been awoken chewing it as it's come loose in my mouth. Also you really need to remove it if swallowing a tablet, having a drink of water or talking, as it flops about when you part your teeth. It only takes a couple of seconds to remove and replace it, but it's a bit of a faff-on when your half asleep and it's dark. On the plus side however, the SleepRight Guard keeps your front teeth apart which means it's physically impossible to grind them. With the old style guard I ground right through it with my front teeth. As you can see therefore, there are pluses and minuses to both styles of night-guards.
Sleepright Dura Comfort Guard
on the 2nd Dec 2011
I have had complaints from wife that I've grinder my teeth for years, never thought anything of it, dentist said there was no wear at all! Was surfing one day and saw this site, I identified with the systems straight away! On receiving product was surprised how "small" it was! Was a little "fiddly to adjust but managed to adjust for my big mouth lol! I looked like a boxer ready for that" ding,ding! It felt strange to close my lips but keep "teeth apart"! Have been told I don't grind anymore, so in my opinion worth every penny, especially considering I never knew this was quite a widespread condition!
sleepright dura comfort night-guard
on the 20th Jul 2011
I have used night guards for years for bruxism. Dentists seem reluctant to prescribe hard acrylic ones and I bite through soft ones in 5 months which is expensive. I find this one comfortable and will find out if it is durable. I didn't receive any instructions, don't know if that is normal. It was delivered the next day and I found it easy to adjust the size.
SleepRight Dura Comfort Night-Guard
on the 3rd Mar 2011
Easy to adjust (good instructions) and surprisingly comfortable!! Has kept me from chipping my teeth.
SleepRight Dura Comfort Night-Guard
Miss Sara B.
on the 3rd Dec 2010
Have been using SleepRight Dura Comfort Night-Guard now for about 2 weeks and already feel the difference it does. No more jaw pain and also am not grinding my teeth as much during the day as when wearing SleepRight Dura Comfort Night-Guard in the night the teeth can't touch or grind anymore so I am less inclined to do that also during the day. I had been wearing another night-guard which had been made by my dentist for the last 3 years (which cost me £300) but that one did not prevent theeth from touching but only protected teeth from grinding on each other. I think the SleepRight Dura Comfort Night-Guard is better as you actually stop grinding the teeth altogether and it's also cheaper than the ones sold at dentists. I would recommened this one, it takes a few nights to get used to it but once you do you will feel the benefits.
on the 10th Feb 2010
To be honest, at first I found this quite uncomfortable and didn't sleep well for about a week. Then I got used to it and am very grateful because it works really well. I cant believe Ive been grinding my teeth for 40 years and I never knew. All the jaw pain and neck pain has stopped now, so if this one ever wears out, I will be buying another.
on the 27th Oct 2008
I was grinding my teeth every night and tried a guard provided by the dentist which pulled back on my teeth and did not stop the grinding, but within a couple of months its fantasic I only need to use it now when I feel stressed and know I am going to grind my teeth.