Introduction

What Is The ZONE™ Mouthguard?

Up Your Game With The ZONE™ Mouthguard: A No-Boil Technology!

The world’s top trainers and athletes recommend using a sports mouthguard to maximize athletic balance, power, and endurance, and also to protect their teeth during physical activity. However, a traditional mouthguard can be expensive, painful, and may not fit properly without several visits to a specialist. And the guards you buy at the store involve boiling water first to soften them and them putting them in their mouths. A kitchen experiment you do not want your kids engaging in.

How To Create A Custom-Fit Protective Mouthguard

1. Mix: Mix Zone-Fit material for approximately 20 seconds and roll into a cylinder
2. Pack: Insert Zone-Fit material cylinders into frame and press in place
3. Bite: Bite into the Zone-Fit material, wait for 2 minutes and let it set for an additional 5 minutes. Done.
How does it work? After measuring your bite, simply mix, pack, and bite into the frame for approximately 1 minute. It’s simple, safe, and truly pain-free.
Protective Mouthguard

Each kit includes:

1. Mouth Guard
2. Zone-Fit Materials
3. Tether
4. Fit Testers

Buy Online At:

Dick sporting goods

Why Did Dr. Frey Invent The ZONE™ Mouthguard?

Schedule A Consultation

Interested in Zone MouthGuard? Call (310) 276-4537 to schedule a consultation with Beverly Hills Dentist, Dr. David Frey.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do braces last longer than Invisalign?

For most patients, Invisalign takes about 12 to 18 months. However, those with very mild cases often see results within the first 6 months, while those with more severe cases may need up to 24 months. Traditional braces usually take about 12 to 18 months, with some patients needing up to 24 months. Very rarely does it take less time to treat malocclusion with traditional braces.

Is Invisalign covered by insurance?

Some dental insurance providers will cover dental insurance, while others will not. Our office staff will be happy to contact your provider to determine coverage. We strive to help you get the most out of your benefits.

What teeth are not suitable for Invisalign?

Invisalign clear aligners are not suitable for baby teeth or for teeth that are severely rotated or with large gaps between them.

Is it OK to get Invisalign from a dentist?

Yes, you can get Invisalign treatment through a general dentist. However, it is important to make sure that they are an Invisalign provider. This is because this treatment option requires specialized treatment to ensure the best results.

Is Invisalign still braces?

Yes, Invisalign clear aligners are considered a type of orthodontic treatment. However, this option is much more comfortable, convenient, and aesthetically pleasing than traditional metal braces.

How many times a day can I remove Invisalign?

Invisalign aligners can be removed as many times as necessary- but the time should not exceed 4 hours. While the aligners need to be removed when eating/drinking or when brushing/flossing, the longer they are worn, the more effective they will be.

Who is a bad candidate for Invisalign?

Patients who still have baby teeth or who have teeth with wide gaps between them or teeth that are severely rotated should not consider Invisalign treatment. It is possible to use Invisalign after other methods for more precise movements.

What is the success rate of Invisalign?

The success of Invisalign depends on several factors including the type and severity of the malocclusion, as well as the compliance of the patient. Most patients have been satisfied with their results.

How long do you need to wear Invisalign?

Invisalign clear aligners should be worn for 20 to 22 hours a day. Each set should be worn for 1 to 3 weeks. This will be outlined in your treatment plan, depending on the type and severity of your malocclusion.

Why is Invisalign so expensive?

One of the primary reasons that orthodontic treatment in general is expensive is because of the additional training the dentist needs. Invisalign is slightly more expensive due to the many benefits it brings.

Is Invisalign costlier than braces?

One of the biggest concerns that patients have is Invisalign cost. However, the average cost is comparable to that of traditional braces. Unfortunately, while many dental insurance providers will cover a portion of treatment, many others still classify this as a cosmetic procedure and will not cover any portion of it.

If you do not have insurance or if your provider does not cover treatment, we offer some financing options as well.

How much does Invisalign cost in California?

The cost of Invisalign treatment varies depending on several factors including the type and severity of your malocclusion the location of the clinic and the experience/expertise of the dentist. The average cost in California ranges from around $4,500 to $9,000, which is slightly higher than the national average.

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