The SleepPro Standard (soft) Night Guard 3mm is a custom made for upper or lower teeth, approximately 3mm in thickness, it is made from a dental-grade polymer. Ideal for mild to heavy clenching / grinding (bruxing)
Twice the thickness of our Slimline nightguard it provides greater separation of the teeth and it will potentially have a longer lifespan. If you have worn a SleepPro Slimline and found it wore through too quickly the SleepPro Standard Night Guard 3mm may be an upgrade option that will last you longer.
No dental visit required everything is handled via post. We ship you a simple impression kit to take your own impression. The kit is universal and can be used for upper or lower teeth so you do not need to specify. When done you simply send it back to us in the envelope provided and we make your SleepPro Standard Night Guard 3mm. (you are responsible the postage to send your impression to us)
All materials used are the same as supplied to our dental clients. They are compliant with CE requirements for such products and we import from one of the worlds leading suppliers of dental material in Germany.
Full instructions are provided, with additional YouTube videos for those who need a little extra coaching on how to take an impression.
Once we receive your impression we send you an email confirming its safe arrival. Our technical team will then check it to ensure all is well and we are able to use it.
5-10 days later you will receive your finished SleepPro Standard Night Guard 3mm.
We retain your models for a minimum of 18 months during which time you can order replacements without having to repeat the impression process. Returning customers will receive a 10% discount, details will be in your delivery letter that will accompany your completed SleepPro Standard Night Guard 3mm.
A quality impression is a key to a well-fitting night guard, here is a short video showing images of what we cant use! And hints and tips on how to get the best result.
Have your own dental model/impression? Check out our FAQ page on what to do