Mouthguard / Nightguard
Comfort H/S™ Bite Splint
The Comfort H/S™ Bite Splint is a splint designed to alleviate the pain and damage caused by severe bruxing or clenching of the teeth and is the most widely prescribed bite splint due to its comfort and fit.
Protect your patients’ teeth against the pain and damage of bruxing
New auxiliary procedure**
Custom-made for every bite plane
The Most Widely Prescribed Bite Splint
The Comfort H/S Bite Splint is a splint designed to alleviate the pain and damage caused by severe bruxing or clenching of the teeth and is the most widely prescribed bite splint due to its comfort and fit. It is BPA-, metal-, and acrylic-free and available in clear, blue and pink.
Two layers make up the Comfort H/S Bite Splint: a 1-mm soft polyurethane inner layer and a 3-mm hard copolyester outer layer. The soft internal surface rests comfortably against the teeth and gums, while the hard occlusal surface provides durability.
How Does the Comfort H/S Bite Splint Work?
Severe tooth, jaw or facial muscle pain are common side effects of bruxing or clenching of the teeth. The good news is that these aches can be alleviated with a dentist-prescribed, patient-specific Comfort H/S Bite Splint.
The Comfort H/S Bite Splint is a proactive step in protecting your patients' existing healthy dentition and restorations. It is a thin customized device that fits over the upper or lower teeth during sleep that can offset the effects of bruxing or clenching while protecting teeth from daily wear and tear.
The Benefits of Using a Comfort H/S Bite Splint
Dr. Gordon Christensen has estimated that one-third of the U.S. population either bruxes or clenches their teeth, which results in tooth damage. The Comfort H/S Bite Splint can protect your patients' teeth from this habit during sleep and periods of high stress.
The Comfort H/S Bite Splint provides many benefits. It is patient specific and comfortable when worn in the mouth. In addition to relieving head, neck, jaw joint and shoulder pain, it protects existing teeth and dental restorations. It is highly recommended for those who have crowns, bridges, implants, veneers and dentures, to offset the effects of the often subconscious habit of bruxing and clenching.