nightguard

night·guard

(nīt'gard),
A device used to stabilize the teeth and reduce the traumatic effects of bruxism.

nightguard

A dental prosthesis worn at night to prevent traumatic grinding of the teeth during sleep.
See: occlusal guard
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Shown alongside Marcus Lyon's Greenham Women to be Evicted (1992) and Nightguard, Stonehenge (from our Forbidden Land) (1988) by Fay Godwin, the works highlight a shift towards anti-war and land access activism in the 1980s and 1990s.
Prestige Brands, which acquires, develops and markets O-T-C drugs and household cleaning products, owns such brands as New Skin, Murine, Doctor's Nightguard and PediaCare.
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Prestige Brands' extensive portfolio of over-the-counter remedies and household cleaning products includes Chloraseptic sore throat treatments, Clear Eyes eye care products, The Doctor's NightGuard dental protector, Little Remedies and Pedia-Care pediatric O-T-Cs, Efferdent denture care, Luden's throat drops and Beano gas treatment, among others.