Re: Nightguard or repositioning splint?
Basically, nightguards will protect your teeth from bruxism damage while you sleep. The repositioning splint will help with your TMJD symptoms more if you have TMJD problems.
It really depends on what you want to accomplish.
Malocclusion means your bite is off. That doesn't necessarily mean TMJD. A well trained Functional Orthodontist with experience with TMJ issues could give you some input on how best to approach both issues.
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