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How do I choose a mouthguard for sports?

Mouthguards during sports cushion impact that may otherwise cause broken teeth, jaw injuries, or cuts to the lip, tongue or face. Pick a mouthguard that:
  • has enough flex that it won't tear or break
  • fits properly and is comfortable
  • is easy to clean
  • doesn't limit speech or breathing
  • is custom made by your dentist

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