Brux Night Guard
Brux Night Guard
Are you ready to Save Your Teeth and Break the Habit of Clenching and Grinding?
We recommend molding the Brux to your Bottom Teeth but it can be worn on the top or bottom. The Brux is re-moldable at any time so if it doesn't fit on the bottom then try the top teeth.
It's made with two different materials offering maximum comfort and durability - it's not too hard on the outside and not too soft on the inside. At a fraction of the cost charged by dentists, you can now have relief from Teeth Grinding and Clenching.
- Brux Night Guard
- Vented Storage Case
- Instructions for Molding and Daily Cleaning
*DO NOT use the Brux Night Guard if you have missing teeth or wear braces, caps, implants, dentures, retainers or other external surface devices.
The guard works great now. I followed the instructions and molded it twice to my teeth but it would fall out at night. I was about to give up but decided to try to mold it again. I heated it and pushed the material back as if it were new... heated again and molded to my teeth while tilting my head back as if I were sleeping. The guard now fits perfectly.
I am having much more success with the Brux night guard than a dental office molded one. I would highly recommend this to anyone. Plus the cost can't be beat for the quality and ease of use.
This is a game changer for me. I KNEW there had to be a way to keep my back teeth from hitting. There just had to be. I first found out I had "nocturnal bruxism" around August last year. So, first I tried to be more calm, not watch news, pray more. Still clenching, so, I bought that Walgreens thing-- that's two little pieces of wax and some sort of stringy piece of wax between them. Not enough. Then I spent $300 on a thing that goes on your forehead and makes beeping noises when you clench in hopes of un training me. It kept catching, and then it would do long loud alarm sounds and I was too fearful after that. Next, it was the dentist, who found that I need one specially made ( because of my wide back teeth) a mere $350. Then I spent 3 hours at a special TMJ therapy center that cost $375. They wanted me to spend $6,000 to get it cared for. Now I wasn't ready for that, but I was intrigued by a special appliance that they stated would keep my back teeth from touching --which resurrected my interest over what would it take to keep my back teeth from hitting. That's when I found the Brux device, and I ordered it, honestly, much out of disgust with the $6,000 therapy center option. No one is more shocked than I that it actually worked, and well I've only had it for about a week and a half, and I figure it will take a little while for my jaw to really heal, I am definitely living with newfound hope. Thanks again, I bought one a short while back, and it worked so well that I did some "in case there is an apocalypse" back up purchasing.
I suffer from jaw pain due to clenching my teeth and this really helps.
Excellent mouth guard as it stops grinding of back teeth like no other. Having used mouth guards for many years, including three made by dentists that I ground through, I finally had jaw pain so bad I was seeking any other solution. This guard is amazing
What makes Brux Night Guard better?
Small, Comfortable DesignBrux is smaller than most dental guards making it more comfortable and easier to sleep with it in the mouth than traditional night guards.
Custom FitBrux is moldable by you, in your own home using our boil and bite design. It can also be re-molded for a better fit, if necessary. No more trips to the dentist or waiting for the mouth guard to be delivered.
Better MaterialsBrux is made with two different materials that are softer than hard guards used by dentists. The softer material is easier on the teeth and doesn’t irritate the teeth and gums.
PriceBrux is only $69 - a fraction of the cost charged by dentists, which is approximately $600. That $600 price at the dentist is out-of-pocket and NOT covered by insurance.