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Sports Mouth Guards

Sports Mouth Guards

Sports can be tough. That is why our dentist and team have a tough solution to help keep your smile healthy. Sports mouth guards are an excellent choice for patients who play high-impact sports because they protect the teeth and soft tissues of the mouth from harm.

Our dentist and team are dedicated to keeping your smile healthy and free from discomfort. To help us do this, we provide several types of mouth guards at our office. For our athletic patients, we often recommend a type of mouth guard called an athletic mouth guard or sports guard. Sports guards fit over your teeth while you play sports and participate in other athletic activities to protect your smile from injury. Sports guards are especially important for our patients who play high-contact sports such as wrestling, football, hockey and rugby; however, all types of athletes can benefit from an athletic mouth guard. Whether you play soccer, basketball or baseball, a sports guard can be a great way to protect your smile and keep it safe.

While a number of types of athletic mouth guards are available, a custom-made mouth guard is the most effective in protecting your smile. This type of mouth guard is designed to comfortably fit your smile and prevent dental injury, such as knocked out and chipped teeth. A sports guard can also help to prevent injury to the soft tissues of the mouth, including the tongue, lips, cheeks and gums.

We invite you to contact our office today to learn more about mouth guards and their benefits. We look forward to caring for your smile!

Frequently Asked Questions

Are dental cleanings really necessary?

Yes, dental cleanings are essential if you want a beautiful, healthy smile. Your smile might not have any problems now, but over time, teeth can quickly become stained and decay.

Dental cleanings will help prevent these issues before they arise, so you won’t have to worry about more invasive procedures in the future. Visit our Plymouth, MI office for your dental cleaning today.

Can TMJ cause hearing loss?

Yes, TMD can cause hearing loss. Your TMJ is located very close to your ear and if it’s damaged or out of place, it can cause hearing problems.

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