The Game On Advantage
Author: Dr. Monroe Elkin, BS PHARM., DMD
Game On Mouthguards are the best mouth guard for sports. We work with a variety of dental experts and athletes to develop a premium mouthguard that offers the shock absorption players need, the flexibility they need to feel comfortable during game time, and the stylistic options they need to express themselves. Whether you're searching for a great mouthguard to use yourself or the best high school team mouthguard for your young athlete, please continue reading to learn more about what makes Game On Mouthguards different.
Game On Mouthguards makes the best mouth guard for softball. Our guards are easy to mold, affordable, comfortable, and protective. Whether you're a parent who's looking for the best high school softball mouthguard or you'd like a guard for yourself, Game On can help. It's important to take proactive steps to help yourself stay safer while playing sports. Wearing a mouthguard is a pragmatic step that may help reduce your risk of injury. For example, athletes are 60 times more likely to suffer harm to the teeth when not wearing a mouthguard. That's why we've designed a damage control mouthguard for softball players. Below, you'll find more detailed information on why you should start wearing a Game On mouthguard.
HOW CAN I FIND THE BEST MOUTHGUARD FOR SOFTBALL?
When you're ready to find your next mouthguard, there are several key factors that you should consider. For example, maybe your priority is finding cool mouthguards for softball. If so, Game On has you covered. We offer our product in 14 different colors and have custom printing options that are available in five different fonts and 15 additional colors. This gives you dozens of ways to personalize your next mouthguard. For example, maybe you want to get a guard in your team color with your name and number printed on it. Or perhaps you'd like to add symbols or flags to your mouthguard to stylize it even more. Regardless, we make it easy to customize your guard.
Another factor you should consider when purchasing a mouthguard is how easy it is to set up. The process of molding one of our mouthguards is simple. All that you'll need is a microwave, wet paper towel, and a bowl of cold water. Begin by wrapping your mouthguard in the paper towel. Then, microwave it on high for 30 seconds. Next, you'll dip the mouthguard in cold water for 3-5 seconds. Then, bite down lightly and press the front of the mouthguard against your teeth (unless you have braces). Finally, close your lips and suck for one minute to ensure a tight, comfortable fit. You can also repeat this process whenever you want to realign the fit of your mouthguard. This saves you from the hassle of having to buy a new guard if yours experiences some trauma during your next game.
Once you've set up your mouthguard, you'll want to be sure you take good care of it. This can extend the life of your product. Game On Mouthguards are incredibly easy to care for. They're made out of a patented material that prevents bacteria from being absorbed into the product. Additionally, cleaning your mouthguard is simple. All that you need is a cold cup of water and a toothbrush. You can even put your guard in the dishwasher. It's another reason why ours is the best mouthguard for softball.
WHY SHOULD I WEAR A MOUTHGUARD WHILE PLAYING SOFTBALL?
Dental injuries can occur more often in full-contact sports like softball. That's why the ADA recommends that all players wear a mouthguard. However, it estimates that only about 7 percent of softball players are in compliance. If you're a parent, you should know the risks your youth softball player is taking.
That's why it's so important to take preventative measures before going to your next softball game or practice. A well-designed low-profile mouthguard may help to reduce your risk of dental injuries like root fractures, crown fractures, and tooth displacements. If you wear braces, then getting a mouthguard is even more important. Experiencing a dental injury while wearing braces can lead to cuts to your cheeks, lips, and tongue along with the dental damage that an athlete without braces would experience. It can also damage the braces themselves. Game On has designed the best mouthguard for softball for braces (and players without braces). In fact, our mouthguard is the first in history to be ADA-accepted, so you can feel confident about the durability and strength of our product.
Game On Mouthguards are made from a patented material that distinguishes them from other guards available on the market. With this material, we make thin mouthguards for softball that provide you with optimum protection. Thinner mouthguards are more comfortable and easier to keep in place during a game or practice. Thicker mouthguards may lead to fidgeting, which can cause the guard to be out of place when you need its protection the most. This isn't an issue with Game On Mouthguards. Instead, you'll find that our guards are low-profile enough for you to speak with teammates and coaches while wearing one. That's just one of the reasons why Game On Mouthguards are the best mouth guard for softball.