Your dental practice will be greatly enhanced when you pursue the preventive incentive with NiteBite®. Many goals of minimally invasive, preventive oriented dental practices can be realized using the unique treatment advantages of NiteBite. You ensure your patients’ dental health investment when you use NiteBite. The NiteBite’s ease of use and 5-minute fitting and insertion by you or your hygienist creates not only immediate relief for your patients but also creates an economical and profitable return for your practice. NiteBite is a practice builder.
Using the NiteBite early in a treatment plan will immediately reduce TMJ/TMD symptoms. Patients will appreciate instant comfort and relaxation as the NiteBite eliminates the damages of stress, tension and the parafunctional occlusal and muscle problems of grinding and clenching. The NiteBite will reduce pain in and around the head and neck; eliminating muscle spasms and nighttime clenching and grinding. Bruxism is eliminated.
When a patient receives a NiteBite future treatments will be greatly reduced. The NiteBite is a preventive dental, minimally invasive device that operates as the jaws opening reflexes achieve a “non-contacting” intra-oral relationship. Wear facets and wear patterns, worn down and loose teeth, broken teeth and broken restorations are prevented as the NiteBite maintains the jaws at a fully rested, non parafunctional, relaxed and centric oriented relationship.
The success of periodontal treatment will improve as the NiteBite eliminates eccentric mandibular contact and the forces of bruxism. Post-operative stabilization is enhanced. The teeth will not touch at night as the jaw opening reflex is triggered by the NiteBite.
“Hot” or endodontically involved teeth are easily discluded with the aid of the NiteBite. Grinding and clenching at night is reduced and eliminated.
Post-operative final and temporized crown and bridge work is protected by preventing bruxism on new occlusions and materials.
All these reasons add up to “using the NiteBite first” in your prevention and treatment protocols.