Sports players with an active lifestyle could benefit from the range of mouth guards available from Pearl Dental Clinic. The sports mouth guard is vital to ensure prevention of dental injury, as well as limit the likelihood of concussion. We recommend wearing a sports mouth guard during any type of sport that could cause trauma to your teeth.
When selecting the protective equipment, patients should ensure the temporary fixture fits comfortably in the mouth, as well as extending to the very back teeth at the top and bottom.
Low-impact activities normally require a thinner layer of protection than sports that include high levels of physical contact such as rugby. For this reason, people who practice boxing and rugby have been advised to purchase a thicker 4mm sports guard. This will provide increased protection and peace of mind. The Pure Power Mouth Guard is available from Pearl Dental Clinic for high contact sports.
This custom-made device is also designed to provide relief for sufferers of temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder. By relaxing these muscles, your dentist could help you to achieve increased function in this often painful region using the Pure Power Mouth Guard.
People who experience problems with their back and neck could also benefit from the protection aid. By restoring the joint to its most relaxed position, the previously aching muscles will be able to contract freely.
In addition, competitive individuals are likely to experience increased stamina and limited tiredness, which could help them break through barriers and allow them to perform to the best of their ability.
Created following years of research, the custom-made mouth guards can optimise a player’s performance by realigning the muscles in the face and jaw. This is achieved through the use of a digital image of the individual’s jaw joint captured using advanced technology.
People who wear the mouth guards could find they have increased flexibility, which is beneficial during a strenuous workout.
Patients with braces may be offered alternative appliances. This is because the teeth are constantly moving throughout orthodontic treatment and they may not support the mouthguard well enough. If this is the case one of our dentists will be able to suggest a more suitable device.