QuickSplint: Indications for Use
QuickSplint is patented and has received FDA 510k clearance for the immediate transitional treatment of muscle and/or temporomandibular joint pain and associated headaches, and for the protection of teeth and restorations from injury due to bruxism or clenching.
Indications for Use
- Protection of teeth and restorations from injury due to bruxism or clenching.
- Temporary relief of muscle tension, headaches and pain associated with bruxism or clenching
- Temporary treatment of Temporomandibular Disorder (TMD) along with the relief of associated headaches and pains.
Disclaimer: QuickSplint may not be suitable for all patients. This product should be used with care in patients with jaw mobility restrictions or hypermobility.
Note: QuickSplint is to be used primarily when sleeping to prevent pain or damage to teeth or restorations resulting from extreme forces on the teeth with the activity known as grinding, bruxism or clenching. Prescribers may suggest the patient wear the QuickSplint during the day as well for pain relief or to promote healing from surgical procedures, under the prescriber’s direction.
- Known allergies to Lexan121 or Vinyl Polysiloxane (VPS).
- QuickSplint should not be fit on or over compromised teeth.
- QuickSplint is not recommended for continuous wear (24 hours/day.)
- The Vinyl Polysiloxane liner must engage the three retention features of the QuickSplint or you will need to reload and remake the QuickSplint.
- Ensure QuickSplint has a stable fit with adequate retention to prevent dislodging or loss during use.