Are You Playing Sports Where a Mouth Guard Could Help?
Posted on 9/10/2019 by Dr McMurray
Sports oftentimes require players to wear a mouth guard while playing. This is because it is important to protect your mouth, specifically your soft tissues and teeth. You want to reduce the chances of having damage done to the teeth in your mouth, or even your tongue or cheeks.
If you play sports and you need to protect your teeth, we can provide a specialized mouth guard that can help to protect and cover your teeth, so no trauma happens while playing.
Specialized, Customized Mouth Guards for Sports
Our office is able to provide specialized mouth guards for those that are playing sports, especially contact sports. While some sports do require the use of mouth guards, many feel that speaking with our office regarding a specialized one provides more protection. This is important when trying to ensure that your teeth are as protected as possible.
The specialized mouth guard that our office provides ensures that everyone playing sports, even the toughest of sports, is able to have the proper mouth protection. If something does happen while wearing the mouth protection, bring in the mouth guard and show us the damage. We will then provide the oral health care required to ensure that your smile is put back in order. We guarantee the use of our mouth guards and strongly recommend them to those that require mouth guards for any sports they may be playing.
Speak with our office today regarding a customized mouth guard that you want when it comes to having a better protected mouth. This is important because you want to ensure that you have the proper protection, and sometimes the cheaper mouth guards do not provide the protection that is needed for the sport you choose to play. Protect yourself and protect your oral health with the right mouth guard.
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