Sports Mouthguards

Protecting your smile at play

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Sports Mouthguards Campbelltown

Do you participate in any contact sports?

You should speak with your dentist about receiving a custom-made mouthguard if this is the case. A mouthguard will protect your teeth and gums if you are hit in the face.

Don’t let an emergency dentist appointment ruin your holiday season.

The best method to safeguard your smile is to invest in a comfortable mouthguard that allows you to perform at your best.

Various Sports-Related Dental Injuries

Typical dental injuries sustained while participating in sports or leisure activities include:

  • broken jaw
  • broken teeth
  • chipped teeth
  • cut cheeks
  • cut gums
  • cut lips
  • cuts to the tongue or face
  • knocked-out teeth

A custom-fitted mouthguard is a crucial piece of your gear from an early age when it comes to safeguarding your mouth.

While collision and contact sports, like boxing, carry a higher risk of tooth injuries, non-contact sports, like gymnastics and skating, also pose a danger.

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Custom-made Mouthguards

Custom-made mouthguards from your dentist are the best mouthguards to use.

Your Campbelltown dentist will make you a mouthguard to fit your needs. To make a mouthguard that fits your unique dental and oral structure, they will make a mould of your teeth.

As a result of being uniquely designed to fit the shape of your upper teeth, custom mouthguards provide you with the greatest level of protection.

As a result, they fit significantly better than stock or boil-and-bite mouthguards, are more comfortable, and are more difficult to remove while you’re sleeping unintentionally.

A personalised mouthguard is your best choice if you clench your teeth, snore, or have sleep apnoea.

At-home Care for Mouthguards

To properly care for your mouthguard, follow these easy steps:

  • Before and after each usage, rinse your mouthguard with cold water or a mouthrinse.
  • For storage and transport, put the mouthguard in a sturdy, perforated container. This permits airflow and guards against mouthguard damage.
  • To minimise distortion, shield the mouthguard from severe temperatures.
  • Examine the mouthguard for signs of general wear. Have it replaced immediately if you discover any tears or holes in it or if it becomes loose or hurts.
  • Bring the mouthguard with you each time you see your Campbelltown dentist for a check-up.

Sports Mouthguards at Marketfair Dental Care

Keep your teeth safe while having fun! To safeguard your smile from dental injuries resulting from sports, Marketfair Dental Care offers protective sports mouthguards.

At Marketfair Dental Care, we treat all our patients as we would our families by using the most appropriate and cost-effective solutions.

Visit your Campbelltown dentist today!

Call us at (02) 4620 0800 or make an appointment online.

We are located at Marketfair Campbelltown Shop 21B, 4 Tindall St in Campbelltown.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Who needs a mouthguard?

Anyone who participates in contact sports, as well as any recreational activity where there is a chance of mouth damage, should wear a protective mouthguard.

Why do I need to use a mouthguard when playing sports?

Accidents may occur at any time. Sports-related injuries can be prevented if a mouthguard is worn while participating in physical activity.

Additionally, mouthguards can prevent tooth loss, tooth nerve injury, and other dental health issues.

How long will my mouthguard last?

Custom mouthguards can last anywhere from three to five years if taken care of appropriately and depending on how frequently they are worn.

During your appointment, ask your Campbelltown dentist to examine your mouthguard to ensure it is still in good shape and fits comfortably.

How do I care for my mouthguard?

Mouthguards are quite pliable when heated, so to ensure that yours lasts a long time, rinse it with cool, fresh water after each use, store it in a rigid plastic container, and keep it out of direct sunlight.

For added sterility, it is suggested that you wash your mouthguard with mouthwash.