About Sports Mouthguards
Injuries to teeth, tongue, lips as well as the soft lining of the lips and cheeks. Ideally, mouthguards should be worn by children and adults who participate in contact sports, like Football, Hockey, Soccer, Boxing etc. Mouthguards are also highly recommended for anybody who engages in non-contact sports where falls or injuries are common.
Examples of these are biking, skateboarding and gymnastics. All these sports and activities can increase the risk of getting an injury that is easily preventable by Mouthguards. To find out more contact us today!
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