Mouthguards from Beechwood Dental, Bournemouth
Summer is over and children are back at school. You might well have rushed out and bought a new sports kit, but did you purchase a Mouthguard? Would you step out onto the playing field without the proper shoes or sporting equipment? No. Treat purchasing a mouthguard like any other essential part of your sporting equipment- a must have item!
Who should wear a mouthguard?
- Anyone playing or training for any sport where there is a possibility of contact to the face.
- Football, hockey, baseball, basketball, skateboarding, skiing and soccer.
What is a mouthguard?
A mouthguard is a protective device that fits over the teeth.
Why wear a mouthguard?
So, what do you actually avoid when you wear mouthguards?
- Helps prevent damaged or knocked out teeth, brocken jaws and cut lips
- Helps to absorb and spread the impact of a blow to the face- preventing injury to mouth or jaw.
Choosing a Mouthguard
Every dentist worth his or her salt will recommend you use a mouthguard if you play contact sport. It is just good sense to protect yourself from harm and the costs of cosmetic dentistry if your oral state is compromised.
Custom-Fitted Mouthguards – Only dentists may provide custom-fit mouthguards
Dental nurses or hygienists takes asn impressioj and creates a plaster model of your teeth. Custom-fitting allows your dentist to accurately assess your mouth and provide the best fitting mouthguard for you.
- Allows you to speak clearly
- Won’t move or fall out.
- Won’t restrict your breathing
Contact us if you need a custom-fit mouthguard. Our staff can make an accurate impression of your teeth, making sure it fits on you and only you.
Boil and Bite
- Less effective
- Self-fitted by biting into the mould
- May move or fall out
- Might restrict breathing or speech
- One size fits all
- Cannot be moulded
- Less effective
- Moves easily
- Restricts speech
- May restrict breathingTo find out more ring Beechwood Dental, Bournemouth on 01202 397074 or via our website www.beechwooddental.co.uk
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