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- Increase weightlifting tolerance

- Increased reps and range of motion

- Increases punching power for sports like MMA and boxing

- Makes you flexible for YOGA

- Less fatigue and more speed to run or ride bikes

Why do I need a mouthguard?


Sporting accidents are one of the most common causes of dental injury.

Most of these injuries could be avoided by wearing a custom fitted mouthguard. Wearing a custom-fitted mouthguard helps to absorb and spread the impact of a blow which might otherwise result in an injury to your mouth or jaw. Dental injuries can result in time off school or work, can be painful and disfiguring, and may involve lengthy and complex dental treatment. The cost of an injury to your teeth or jaw far exceeds the cost of a fitted mouthguard.


When should I wear a mouthguard?


Custom-fitted mouthguards should be worn whilst playing and training for any sport where there is a possibility of contact to the face. These sports can include hockey, netball, baseball, basketball and even skateboarding and skiing. Just like having the correct shoes and sporting equipment, people playing these sports should wear a custom-fitted


Which type of mouthguard should I wear?


The Australian Dental Association (ADA) recommends wearing a custom-fitted mouthguard to ensure maximum protection. These are available from your dentist. Over-the-counter mouthguards do not provide enough protection against injuries to your teeth, mouth or jaw.

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