Custom Sports Protective Mouth Guards
What are sports protective mouth guards?
When playing sports or getting involved in other physical activities, there’s always the possibility of someone getting hurt, and that someone can unfortunately be you! This certainly applies to professional sports athletes who practice and play almost every day but also factors into amateur athletes, and even people who are in weekly recreational sports leagues. Heck, even people who play beach volleyball in the Summer are at risk of getting hurt in a variety of ways. Mouth and teeth injuries are very common when it comes to playing competitive team sports such as hockey, rugby, wrestling, football, and lacrosse. Professional athletes understand the significance of protective mouth guards, but what exactly are these, and how do they help? It’s highly recommended that anyone playing sports, or being part of recreational activities that involve some risk of injury get one of these products.
Going custom is a sound investment
Lots of amateur athletes just pick up a standard mouth guard from a sports store, but the problem with doing this is that most of them aren’t that effective since they don’t fit properly as they should. Your teeth, gums, and mouth are always at risk when you don’t have a custom fitted mouth guard – increase the effectiveness of preventative measures by getting one made just for you. When you work closely with our dentist to get this personalized device, you can feel at ease that blows to your mouth and face are less likely to produce an unfortunate injury. All sorts of issues are possible when it comes to sports and recreational activities such as crown and root fractures, tooth intrusions, tooth avulsions, and concussions and craniofacial injuries are even minimized by leveraging this technology. Give yourself the peace of mind and superior protection you need every time you play whatever sport you love – plus you will be more confident in giving all of the effort you can for your team to win. The cost of this device is well worth it when you consider what potential dental and other healthcare expenses are possible if an injury catches you off guard.