Mouthguards Types & Facts

Mouthguards

There are many types of mouthguards available in Australia, ranging from cheap, over-the-counter types to professionally custom-fitted mouthguards.

The Australian Dental Association (ADA) strongly recommends wearing a custom-fitted mouthguard to ensure maximum protection. These are available from your dentist.

Over-the-counter mouthguards do not provide enough protection against injuries to your teeth, mouth or jaw. Dental injuries can be very costly, so it is worthwhile investing in a custom-fitted mouthguard.

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Mouthguard Types
MINI Single layer - low to medium contact (for deciduous teeth)
MOD Double layer - low to medium contact (for mixed dentition)
INTERNATIONAL Double layer plus - medium to high contact (for permanent teeth)

Mouthguard Facts
* Fits the mouth and teeth accurately
* Stays in place comfortably
* Allows the wearer to breathe and talk normally
* Are made of energy absorbing material
* Are made of non-toxic materials
* Reduce the risk of mouth, lip and tongue laceration
* Assist to absorb the impact which may result in a damaged jaw and concussion

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