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Upper and Lower Front Tooth Discomfort In Morning After CPAP Use

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JaniceRenee +0 points · over 3 years ago Original Poster

I think it's because I push my tongue against my front teeth to keep my mouth closed, and pushing my teeth out, exacerbating my upper and lower malocclusion. (Buck teeth) I've tried many masks, and this one is the only one so far that works well for me. Has anyone else had this issue and if so, can you recommend a mouth guard that is relatively cheap, effective, and easy to use? Thanks in advance!

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Sierra +0 points · over 3 years ago Sleep Patron

I am not so sure about effective, but drug stores typically sell "boil and bite" mouth guards that might work. My solution to opening my mouth is to use mouth taping.

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