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Mouthguard

A mouthguard is an appliance placed around the teeth like a tray to protect the teeth, jaw, lips and tongue. Wearing a custom-fitted mouthguard when training and playing in contact sports can help to protect your teeth against painful and potentially expensive dental injuries.

The types of dental injuries that can occur without the use of a mouth guard are chipped or broken teeth, fractured crowns or bridgework, lip and cheek injuries, root damage to the teeth, fractured jaws, and concussions. Any athlete may be at risk for oral injury and any injury can be prevented with the use of a mouth guard.

The Dental Health Foundation and the Australian Dental Association strongly recommend dental impressions be taken of your teeth. From that mould of your teeth a professional individually designed mouthguard can be manufactured to give you the best chance of your teeth and bones surviving a big hit or a wayward ball or stick.

A boil and bite mouthguard is not recommended, it is false economy buying a cheap over the counter product. It is difficult to fit with a risk of burning your mouth, they can make you gag and it is uncomfortable to wear by not staying in place making it almost impossible to talk and breathe.

Players have been known to choke during sport after swallowing this type of product and as they do not fit well the teeth that they touch are more prevalent to be knocked out on impact.

Only a custom moulded mouthguard guarantees the best protection from impact. With sporting activities such a major part of many Australian’s lives, a simple mouthguard should be an essential part of the sports kit.

They are comfortable due to their snug fit, and allow you to speak and breathe easily. They can also be made in a variety of fashionable colours.

Let's face it, sport can be a risky business. It only takes one second to change your face forever. Why risk it? There is no better way to protect your smile during contact sports than with a custom fitted mouthguard. Contact us on 02 9637 8877 or email us: taygrodoan@merrylandsdentalsurgery.com.au to make an appointment to protect your smile.

The Dental Health Foundation and the Australian Dental Association strongly recommend dental impressions be taken of your teeth. From that mould of your teeth a professional individually designed mouthguard can be manufactured to give you the best chance of your teeth and bones surviving a big hit or a wayward ball or stick.

A boil and bite mouthguard is not recommended, it is false economy buying a cheap over the counter product. It is difficult to fit with a risk of burning your mouth, they can make you gag and it is uncomfortable to wear by not staying in place making it almost impossible to talk and breathe.

Players have been known to choke during sport after swallowing this type of product and as they do not fit well the teeth that they touch are more prevalent to be knocked out on impact.

Only a custom moulded mouthguard guarantees the best protection from impact. With sporting activities such a major part of many Australian’s lives, a simple mouthguard should be an essential part of the sports kit.

They are comfortable due to their snug fit, and allow you to speak and breathe easily. They can also be made in a variety of fashionable colours.

Let's face it, sport can be a risky business. It only takes one second to change your face forever. Why risk it? There is no better way to protect your smile during contact sports than with a custom fitted mouthguard. Contact us on 02 9637 8877 or email us: taygrodoan@merrylandsdentalsurgery.com.au to make an appointment to protect your smile.

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A mouthguard is an appliance placed around the teeth like a tray to protect the teeth, jaw, lips and tongue. Wearing a custom-fitted mouthguard when training and playing in contact sports can help to protect your teeth against painful and potentially expensive dental injuries.

The types of dental injuries that can occur without the use of a mouth guard are chipped or broken teeth, fractured crowns or bridgework, lip and cheek injuries, root damage to the teeth, fractured jaws, and concussions. Any athlete may be at risk for oral injury and any injury can be prevented with the use of a mouth guard.

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The Dental Health Foundation and the Australian Dental Association strongly recommend dental impressions be taken of your teeth. From that mould of your teeth a professional individually designed mouthguard can be manufactured to give you the best chance of your teeth and bones surviving a big hit or a wayward ball or stick.

A boil and bite mouthguard is not recommended, it is false economy buying a cheap over the counter product. It is difficult to fit with a risk of burning your mouth, they can make you gag and it is uncomfortable to wear by not staying in place making it almost impossible to talk and breathe.

Players have been known to choke during sport after swallowing this type of product and as they do not fit well the teeth that they touch are more prevalent to be knocked out on impact.

Only a custom moulded mouthguard guarantees the best protection from impact. With sporting activities such a major part of many Australian’s lives, a simple mouthguard should be an essential part of the sports kit.

They are comfortable due to their snug fit, and allow you to speak and breathe easily. They can also be made in a variety of fashionable colours.

Let's face it, sport can be a risky business. It only takes one second to change your face forever. Why risk it? There is no better way to protect your smile during contact sports than with a custom fitted mouthguard. Contact us on 02 9637 8877 or email us: taygrodoan@merrylandsdentalsurgery.com.au to make an appointment to protect your smile.

A mouthguard is an appliance placed around the teeth like a tray to protect the teeth, jaw, lips and tongue. Wearing a custom-fitted mouthguard when training and playing in contact sports can help to protect your teeth against painful and potentially expensive dental injuries.

The types of dental injuries that can occur without the use of a mouth guard are chipped or broken teeth, fractured crowns or bridgework, lip and cheek injuries, root damage to the teeth, fractured jaws, and concussions. Any athlete may be at risk for oral injury and any injury can be prevented with the use of a mouth guard.

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