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Cost of Your Child NOT Wearing a Mouthguard During Sports

Frequency and Cost of Dental Injury in Sports Research suggests that more than 5 million teeth are avulsed, or displaced from their socket, each year, oftentimes during sports activities. This results in nearly $500 million spent on replacing these teeth each year. According to the CDC, sports-related dental injuries account for more than 600,000 emergency…

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Reducing the Risk of Concussion in Athletes

Can Mouthguards Help? In recent years, the health risks associated with concussions have regularly made headlines, raising concern among athletes of all levels – as well as parents whose children participate in sports. Even with increased attention on the topic, many questions remain about the nature of concussions, how they can be prevented, and what…

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Youth Soccer Is a Contact Sport: A Mouthguard Is a Must

Youth soccer is a great way for children to learn about teamwork and leadership, all while getting exercise. Unlike football or lacrosse, soccer is not classified as a collision sport. However, it is most definitely a contact sport, and walking out onto a soccer field comes with a real risk of injury to teeth and…