Snoring and bruxism can be treated using a night-time mouthguard. It looks just like a regular athletic mouth guard, and the patient has to wear it before going to sleep. It brings the lower jaw forward, thereby expanding the opening to the airway. Also, it prevents the collapse of the tissues from the throat, which prevents the blockage of the airway. It avoids contact between the teeth of both jaws, which keeps bruxism at bay.