What sport is the most likely to cause dental injuries? Among 7- to 13-years olds, it’s baseball, according to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry.
But baseball and softball are just two of the many activities for which sports mouthguards are recommended by the American Dental Association, the AAPD, and other professional dental organizations.
If you run, jump, hit, catch, throw, or come in contact with other players as a regular part of your smile, you should be wearing a mouthguard. Athletes who don’t wear mouthguards are 60 times more likely to have a dental injury.
We want you to play hard and stay in the game. Visit us to get a custom mouthguard before you take the field again.