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The best time to clean is first thing in the morning . If you wait until later, you place it at higher risk for bacterial growth. As it dries, the residue hardens and becomes hard to clean.
Simply brush the guard thoroughly with a toothbrush and toothpaste. Brush gently all sides and angles, not just the portion that comes in contact with the teeth.
Afterrwards, let it dry completely before storing the clean night guard in its case in a cool, dry place.
If in a rush, quickly rinsing the guard with water, but do your best to brush it when you have time.
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Clean the night guard with denture cleaner or mouthguard cleaners. Avoid mouthwash that contains alcohol as this may damage the guard.
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