A Custom Made Mouthguard an Essential Part of the Uniform
A Custom Made Mouthguard is an essential piece of equipment, and if you and your family participate in recreational or amateur sports, or are a sporting professional yourself, a custom made mouthguard will help keep you on the court, and out of the emergency room.
According to the American Dental Association, thousands of mouth injuries could have been prevented had the athlete worn a custom made mouthguard.
Mouthguards should be used for all sports, whether they are contact or not. Dr. Trinh Lee and her sister Dr. Suzanna Lee believe that custom made mouthguards help keep gymnasts, baseball and football players, surfers, skateboarders, and bicyclists safe. If you play softball, soccer, wrestle, play tennis or water polo, call or click and schedule an appointment for a custom made mouthguard with the Allure Dental Center in Mountain View.
April is National Mouth Protection Month. What better way to do your part than with a custom made mouthguard? All it takes is a call or click to protect you and your family against mouth injuries.
Unlike conventional or boil and bite mouth protectors, both of which are available from your local pharmacy or sports stores, custom made mouthguards from your dentist in Mountain View are custom made to fit your teeth.
After an impression of your teeth are made, your Mountain View Dentist will make an exact duplicate using soft, pliable and comfortable plastic that is safe and comfortable. With a custom made mouth protector you won’t be tempted to throw it in the locker. Conventional and boil and bite mouthguards are bulky and uncomfortable making athletes more inclined to leave them in the gym bag.
This spring keep your family safe with a custom made mouthguard. Spending a few dollars now is much better than spending a fortune in the ER for a mouth injury.
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