About Mouth Guards
If you or your kid plays a high-impact sport (for example, boxing, football, soccer, wrestling, hockey, or baseball), then we highly recommend a custom mouth guard to protect your teeth, gums, and jaw. An oral appliance can also help relieve the pain caused by temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ) and teeth grinding (bruxism). Unlike generic mouth guards bought at the store, customized mouth guards from Martin Dentistry will be molded and fit for you, making it more comfortable and effective. If you would like to reduce the chance of damage to your mouth, we encourage you to contact Martin Dentistry in Fishers, IN to learn more about custom mouth guards. Our cosmetic dentists, Drs. Matthew Martin, Stephanie Martin, and Lynn Marshall, look forward to meeting you.
"Great and timely service. Entire staff is kind and welcoming"- C.M. / Google / Jan 23, 2019
"I have had a ton of dental work over the years, and have never really felt entirely confident that dentists know what to do with me. I was sick as a teen with bowel issues, and in my 20s when I got my first cavity and quickly ended up with infections and problems, and have three implants now. I just moved to the area and went for an appointment because there was a loose crown, and Dr Matt Martin told me there was an issue with my implant being placed too high. I went to the oral surgeon who agreed and removed the implant (not fun, but also a great surgeon). During a cleaning, Dr. Martin also identified a tooth that had a new cavity and had so many previous fillings that it was brittle. I went in today to have the crown prepped and another filling done, and he was the first dentist to get me truly and completely numb...for hours. This was amazing, because I always end up feeling awful when I have to ask for more numbing. He was calm and confident, very concerned with my comfort, in general probably my favorite dentist! His staff are downright delightful as well. I'd say that for someone who is complicated, with medical conditions like mine that lead to tooth problems, this is the best practice to go to. I really know they can handle it, and they are empathetic and kind."- E.W. / Yelp / May 08, 2019
"Nobody likes getting dental work done -- especially me. But Dr. Stephanie and her assistant Connie have been so helpful and made me feel much better through everything. I have had a few appointments here recently for fillings and a crown. I asked LOTS of questions, and they were so friendly and helpful. We had fun conversations at every appointment. The work seemed so easy to them that it put me at ease. They obviously have a lot of experience. The administrative side (scheduling, reminders, getting cost estimates, etc) has always gone smoothly for me, unlike my previous dental office. I'm glad I chose Martin Dentistry."- A.F. / Yelp / Apr 19, 2019
"this office always makes me feel welcome and Dr. Martin always takes time to make sure I am good and comfortable. I can't say enough about how wonderful they are."- C.P. / Google / Mar 07, 2019
"I've had alot of bad dental experience, this was not one of them! I had all my uppers crowned and they not only look real they look Amazing. 5 star's"- T.L. / Google / Feb 04, 2019
What to Expect
Once the dentist decides the type of mouth guard that will be created for the patient, a series of digital x-rays and dental impressions will be taken to send to the dental laboratory. At the dental lab, a custom mouth guard will be crafted from high-quality materials and sent back to the dentist’s office. The dentist will check the mouth guard for proper fit and bite and make minor adjustments for the patient’s comfort.
Patients should carefully follow all care instructions the dentist gives them for their mouth guard, including cleaning and storage. The mouth guard should be brought to all future dental appointments so the dentist can check the wear and fit of the guard over time. Depending on how the mouth guard is used, it may last up to eight years, but the dentist will let the patient known when it is time for a new mouth guard.
Plan Your Procedure
Protect and Treat
Martin Dentistry offers a variety of mouth guards for protection from jaw clenching and tooth grinding, as well as sports and other athletic activities. Drs. Matthew Martin, Stephanie Martin, and Lynn Marshall also provide guards to help treat and prevent migraine headaches. Call our Fishers, IN office to schedule a private consultation to learn more about custom mouth guards and how they can help you.