Should your young athlete be wearing a mouthguard?

Photo courtesy of The Boston Globe
Photo courtesy of The Boston Globe

The Boston Celtic's star point guard, Isaiah Thomas, was on the receiving end of an inadvertent elbow in last weekend's playoff game that ended up costing him a front tooth.  Unfortunately these injuries are not uncommon in many of the sports our children play and most can be prevented with the use of a custom mouthguard. Dental injuries can be painful and inconvenient, but they can also come with a high price tag over the life of the patient.  For more information check out these links to articles discussing mouthguard use and contact us today to learn more about having one made for you or your children.


MouthHealthy - Mouthguards 

UKNOW - Remember Mouth Guards

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    Assignment Help (Tuesday, 31 October 2017 01:27)

    If we somehow happened to ask the vast majority what sports require the wearing of a mouthguard, we're probably going to hear them incorporate football, boxing and hockey as their answer.