Athletic Mouth Guards

Custom Made Sports Mouth Guards in Durham

Photo: sports equipmentProperly-fitted athletic mouth guards, also known as sports guards, are an oral removable appliance made of an acrylic. This appliance for your mouth is used to protect the alveolar bone, the bone that holds your teeth in place, and the teeth from injury or trauma while performing any athletic activities.

For more information about Mouth Guards for sports, including appliances for specific sports, or wish to make an appointment with Dr. Hernandez-Ramírez, Dr. Lasanta-García or Dr. Gates, we invite you to use the buttons below:

Do I Need A Mouth Guard For Sports?

Photo: Athletic mouth guardsAccording to the Academy of Sports Dentistry, the best mouth guard (based on research) remains one that is custom designed and made by a dental professional with the athlete’s individual needs taken into account.

Sports mouth guards are excellent at deflecting the forces of an impact that would cause trauma, protecting the athlete’s bone and teeth. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry also recommends mouth guards to prevent injuries while performing sports.

Ask us about a “pre-season” screening or dental examination! Call our office today at H&L Dentistry Phone Number (919) 493-1402.

H&L Dentistry doctors can fabricate a custom athletic mouth guard for your needs to protect your teeth. They can be made in a variety of colors. If you have questions regarding Athletic Mouth Guards, ask us on your next visit — we will be happy to help you.

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