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Why Should Sporting People Wear Mouth Guards?


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Sport has a host of benefits for body and mind, but it can be problematic for your teeth, especially if you participate in contact sports or activities that involve hard surfaces and objects. Common dental injuries include fractured and broken teeth, dislodged teeth and jaw fractures.

If you play a sport that carries a high risk of dental injuries, it is advisable to wear a mouth guard to protect your teeth and prevent you from losing teeth prematurely.

What is a mouth guard?

A mouth guard is a custom-made tray, which is worn over the top of the teeth to protect them from impact. Mouth guards should be worn by anyone who participates in contact sport, whether they are an amateur playing once a week or a professional playing and training every day.

At Harley Street Dental Studio in the city of London, we are proud to offer clients the Pure Power Mouth Guard (the PPM), an innovative mouth guard, which promises to enhance your sporting performance, as well as providing unrivalled levels of protection.

What is the Pure Power Mouth Guard?

The Pure Power Mouth Guard has been developed based on years of dental and sports science research. The result is an appliance, which is designed to provide elite athletes with exceptional benefits and the opportunity to improve their sporting performance as a result of perfect jaw alignment.

The Pure Power Mouth Guard brings the jaw into perfect alignment every time the individual wears the mouth guard. This helps to release tension in and around the facial muscles and the jaw joint and prevents pressure around the joint, which can inhibit performance levels.

What does treatment involve?

Each mouth guard is custom-made for the individual so that it fits perfectly; the Pure Power system uses state of the art technology to determine the optimum position of the jaw joint. This means that every time the individual puts the mouth guard in, their jaw joint is automatically aligned. The pre-fitting process involves taking a mould and photographs, which are then used to create the bespoke mouth guard; the mouth guard can then be fitted and you can start reaping the benefits!



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