As an athlete, you need the best gear possible. We offer top-quality athletic mouth guards to protect your teeth whenever you practice or compete.

Mouthguards and Night Guards

If you’re involved in any contact sport, it’s important to protect your teeth and mouth from potential injuries. A mouthguard is a crucial piece of equipment that can help you prevent serious oral health problems that could affect you for the rest of your life. Our mouthguards are designed to provide maximum protection and comfort while you’re playing sports.

Our mouthguards are made from lightweight materials that are specifically chosen for their durability and ability to absorb shock. They’re designed to fit snugly over your teeth, providing a cushioning effect that reduces the impact of any blows to your mouth or jaw. This can help prevent a variety of injuries, including chipped teeth, broken teeth, and jaw fractures. Our mouthguards are also designed to be comfortable to wear and easy to insert and remove. They’re custom-fitted to your teeth, ensuring that they won’t slip or move around while you’re playing. This means that you can focus on your game without worrying about your mouthguard getting in the way.

Finally, our mouthguards and night guards are also designed to allow for normal breathing and speaking. They won’t obstruct your airway or make it difficult to communicate with your teammates, ensuring that you can play at your best while staying protected.

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  • What are the types of dental mouth guards?

    There are three types of mouth guards, which are listed below:

    1. Stock mouth protectors that come ready to wear. These are inexpensive and can be bought at most sporting goods stores. However, you cannot adjust their fit, they tend to be bulky and sometimes make breathing and talking difficult. Additionally, these types of mouth guards provide minimal protection.
    2. Boil and bite mouth protectors can also be bought at most sporting goods stores and offer a better fit than stock mouth protectors. This type of mouth guard is placed in hot water to soften and then placed in the mouth to shape around the teeth.
    3. Custom-fitted mouth guards are designed individually and made in the dental office based on your dentists’ instructions. Your dentists will first make an impression of your teeth and then mold the mouth guard over the model. This type of mouth guard provides the most protection and comfort.
  • What are options for treating TMJ?

    TMJ is a disorder that causes pain in your neck and jaw areas, or/and a clicking noise when you open or close your mouth. It can also limit the range of motion in your jaw.

    There are several things you can do to help TMJ, including a temporary night guard, avoiding sharp movements with your jaw, icing your jaw to prevent inflammation, modifying your diet to include softer foods that require less chewing, and practicing relaxations and light stretching techniques to reduce tension in your jaw.

  • Why are mouth guards important in sports?

    There are several reasons why wearing a mouth guard when playing sports is important. First, mouth guards protect against displacing teeth as they help distribute force over all of your teeth, which prevents one, or two, teeth from bearing the brunt of the blow. They can also protect against injuries to soft tissues and prevent jaw and teeth fractures. And, ultimately, mouth guards may help prevent against concussions as the padding could lessen the force between the upper and lower rows of teeth and lessen the force of the jaw as it pushes on the skull.

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