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The recent increase in youth and adolescent participation in sports has consequently resulted in an increased number of sport related injuries. According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, sports account for almost 30 percent of all dental injuries in young adults.

In fact, their studies have concluded that an athlete who neglects to wear a mouth guard is 60 times more likely to sustain injuries to the teeth and mouth 

But what sports use mouth guards?

Traditionaly, mouth guards were believed to be only necessary in combat sports like boxing and mma where the amount of contact to the face is constant and repetitive.  However, new studies have shown that recreational sports like mountain biking and skiing and non-contact sports like soccer and basketball, have the same risk of dental injury because of the physical and competitive demands of the game itself.

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In non-contact sports, the dental trauma occurs not because of the severity and repetition of the contact but because of the possibility of contact, whether it be direct or indirect.  Hits to the face may not be intentional, but they are equally damaging. We recommend that any sport bearing the risk of accidental collision or contact wear a mouth guard for mouth protection reasons.

Here is a list of sports where we recommend the use of a mouth guard:

Basketball - Badminton - Baseball - Boxing - Car racing - Curling - Field Hockey - Figure Skating - Fencing - Football - Horseback Riding - Gymnastics - Handball - Ice Hockey - Karate - Lacrosse - Martial Arts - Racquetball - Roller Hockey - Rugby - Shot Putting - Skateboarding - Skiing - Skydiving - Soccer - Softball - Squash - Surfing - Volleyball - Water Polo - Weightlifting - Wrestling

We further recommend that the mouthguard be worn during all practices as well as competitions.

So which mouthguard is right for you?

Each sport demands a different level of protection.  Some sports and leagues even have specific mouthguard rules and requirements.  For instance,  some leagues ban coloured mouth guards, while others do not allow mouth guards to display brand name logos.

Find your needs by visiting the article: " What Mouthguard Should I buy?"

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