Quick Guide to Choosing the Right Mouthguard
- Posted on: Jun 4 2013
Ideally, a mouthguard should be by turns sturdy to protect your mouth and lightweight to help you easily breathe. There are various types of mouthguards out there — from the mass-produced models to the custom-fabricated guards by dental professionals. So what exactly should you look for in a mouthguard? Your mouthguard requirements could vary depending on the sport or activity you’re presently engaged.
By and large, your mouthguard should:
- have the right fit and will not most likely throw off a bite and misalign the jaw
- should cover both the upper and lower parts of your mouth
- strong & lightweight
- easy to clean
Finding a Facial Injury Surgeon in Fort Lauderdale
If you should be involved in any dento-facial injury in Fort Lauderdale or nearby areas, please call our office or present to the nearest emergency room as soon as possible. Get in touch with us today by calling 954-771-8772 or by filling out this contact form to set up an appointment.