How It Works
Step 1: Order Your Kit
Order your kit online and we’ll deliver it to your door within a few days.
Step 2: Take Your Impression
Watch the video below to learn how to take your impression.
Unsure of your impression, send us a photo at firstname.lastname@example.org and our team will carefully analyse your impression for you.
If you have ordered the 3mm, Soft/Hard (Acrylic Bite Platform) you will need to take a lower jaw impression - a second impression tray, putty, and catalyst has been included in your kit.
Step 3: Return Your Impression
Place it in the zip lock bag provided, seal your impression box with the stickers included, and pop it in your nearest Australia Post box (red or yellow), or drop it off at the post office. The reply-paid sticker on the base of the box has all the details required to get it to our lab.
Don't worry, If your impression is not quite right the first time, we'll send more putty out to you so you can try again until you get it just right and we can move on to the next step.
Step 4: Our Dental Technicians Manufacture Your Night Guard
We manufacture your custom night guard in our lab in Australia.
Step 5: We Send Your Completed Night Guard
You will receive your finished night guard within a 5-9 business days of us receiving your impression.
The Knight Guard works by providing a protective layer and cushioning between your two sets of teeth as it fits to your top layer. The durability of the material ensures the constant back and forth motion of teeth grinding (also known as bruxism) and the heavy pressure of clenching, takes the impact of these damaging actions.
A custom-fitted night guard far surpasses the humble “boil and bite” guards that are readily available. The Dental Health Foundation and the Australian Dental Association strongly recommend taking dental impressions of your teeth in order to treat teeth grinding and its effects properly - “boil and bite” products just do not suffice. A mould of your teeth means an individually-designed guard can be manufactured, giving your teeth and bones the best chance of protection against bruxism.