nightguard

night·guard

(nīt'gard),
A device used to stabilize the teeth and reduce the traumatic effects of bruxism.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

nightguard

A dental prosthesis worn at night to prevent traumatic grinding of the teeth during sleep.
See: occlusal guard
Medical Dictionary, © 2009 Farlex and Partners
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"But the taxi wasn't allowed beyond the gates, and you could see an irritated Senna gesticulating out of the window at Derek Ibberson, the sometimes nightguard and duty officer, waving his finger and saying "numero uno", signifying his status as the best driver in the world.
Caption: Would a S&W Nightguard loaded with heavy .44 Special loads qualify as a back-up gun?
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.
Haywood, "History, safety, and effectiveness of current bleaching techniques and applications of the nightguard vital bleaching technique," Quintessence International, vol.
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.
Nightguard vital bleaching: how safe is it Quintessence Int 1991; 22(7): 515-23.
Haywood, "Safety and stability of nightguard vital bleaching: 9 to 12 years post-treatment," Journal of Esthetic and Restorative Dentistry, vol.