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

More than 5 million teeth are knocked out or damaged each and every year, with these injuries resulting in nearly $500 million dollars worth of dental fees.

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When should I wear a mouthguard?

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 football, basketball, hockey, lacrosse as well as combat sports such as MMA.

In exactly the same way that you wouldn’t dream of entering the court without the correct basketball shoes, or head on to field with the right football cleats, a mouthguard should be a vital part of your sports kit.

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