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Sports Mouth Guards

If you play any kind of contact sport, or your children do, get a professional fitting mouthguard.

Too commonly people lose their teeth or fracture them badly because of ill-fitting mouth guards, or not wearing them at all.

Don’t risk your smile - protect your teeth.

Get the best protection against dangerous and more expensive injuries by creating mouthguards that are custom-fitted for you.

Basically, mouthguards, which are also called athletic or sports guards, are used to protect teeth from damage or injury, especially during strenuous activities and contact sports.

Worn to cover the upper teeth, mouthguards don’t just protect your choppers. They also safeguard your gums, tongue, inner cheeks, and lips

Comfort and durability
Breathe and talk with comfort even during strenuous and heavy activities or sports, with a longer-lasting mouth guard.

Superior protection
Protect your teeth and mouth’s soft tissues from serious injuries.
Protect your mouth with a sports mouth guard
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2. Ring Us on 07 5358 0413
Ring us on 07 5358 0413 and speak to our friendly team about a sports mouth guard. They can answer any questions you have, and set up a time for you and our dentists.
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Let's protect those teeth

Without mouthguards, accidents can injure or damage these parts of your mouth, which can then cause tooth fractures, knocked out teeth, chipped teeth, fractured jaw, and trauma.

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Get answers about your sports mouth guard

When should I wear mouthguards?
Mouthguards must be worn during training, matches or games, especially if the activity involves contact with another player or objects such as balls, sticks, bats, or rackets.
Can I wear mouthguards even if I don’t do sports?
You can, although it's not common. A special kind of mouthguard, called a night guard, is also available if you have a condition called bruxism or teeth-grinding. This is a good option for children, but, fits more in the category of dental splints.
How should I clean my mouthguard?
You should always clean your mouthguard after each use to stop bacteria from building up. Use a mild anti-bacterial hand soap, instead of toothpaste, which is abrasive and can scratch the plastic. Avoid cleaning with hot water or storing in extreme heat.