A New Option in Athletic Mouthwear
Comfortable fitted mouthguards and mouthpieces don’t just protect your teeth — because these custom-created mouthpieces prevent you from clenching your teeth during training or competition, your body doesn’t trigger your brain to release performance-hindering hormones that can lead to decreased performance due to stress, tiredness, or simple distraction.
Teeth While You Play
Pro-Form mouth protection is designed for male and female athletes of any sport. For high-contact sports like football, hockey, lacrosse, and similar activities, athletic mouthguards offer excellent protection for your teeth. Athletes who participate in limited- or non-contact sports like golf, tennis, baseball, weightlifting, soccer, and similar activities may prefer an athletic mouthpiece, which offers excellent protection in a comfortable design.
The Fitting Process
No matter whether you choose a mouthguard or mouthpiece, getting a proper fit is a quick and painless process. Yazdani Family Dentistry will simply make an impression of your top and bottom teeth as well as taking a bite impression, and that’s it! Once your dentist finishes with the impressions, your mouthwear will typically be ready in our office in around 10 days.
Long-Lasting and Customizable
Looking to add a little colour to your life? You can customize your mouthwear with a variety of fun options. And modern mouthwear is designed to last! For most athletes, one mouthpiece or mouthguard will last at least the entire season, though if you chew on the product, or you have dramatic changes to your teeth or jaw, you’ll likely need to replace it sooner.
Is a Mouthguard Right for Me?
Pro-Form mouthwear is an excellent option for most athletes ages 8 and up, but may not be right for everyone. If you have suffered from joint pain, currently have braces, or are missing molars, you should contact Yazdani Family Dentistry to discuss your needs.
Care and Cleaning
Your athletic mouthwear can be cleaned with traditional dental cleaning products. For proven tips on taking good care of your mouthwear, ask your dentist to provide you with specific instructions about the best cleaning methods.