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Custom Mouthguards at Diamond Smiles Dental

If you or your children enjoy playing sport, then it’s vital that you protect your teeth by wearing a mouthguard. When it comes to your oral health, it’s important not to take any shortcuts. This is why health professionals recommend visiting your dentist for an expertly-fitted mouthguard prepared in a laboratory. At Diamond Smiles Dental, we take impressions of your teeth and mouth to ensure a perfect fit every time.

Why You Need a Dental Mouthguard

Girls playing rugbyYou don’t need to be a professional athlete or regular sports player to wear a mouthguard. Professionally-fitted mouthguards are beneficial to anyone who enjoys playing sport – even if it’s just a game of cricket with your kids on the weekend.

It is estimated that one-third of all sporting injuries are related to our teeth and mouth, while as many as half of all children have experienced some form of dental-related sport injury. These injuries might include anything from broken or chipped teeth, to tooth separation, teeth concussion, fractures or dislocation.

Wearing a mouthguard doesn’t just protect your teeth from minor injury, but also helps to prevent more serious injuries that could affect your long-term oral health and wellbeing. The spongey material of the mouthguard is designed to absorb shock or impact to the area, lessening potential damage to your teeth, jaw, or skull.

Custom-made Mouthguards in Carramar

At Diamond Smiles Dental, we’re passionate about keeping our patient’s oral health in top condition. This is why we offer the highest level of protection to sport-loving patients with our custom-made and fitted mouthguards.

While mouthguards crafted in a dental laboratory aren’t as cheap as those that can be purchased on the shelves of a sporting store, you simply cannot put a price on protecting and maintaining your smile. We regularly treat patients from Carramar and its surrounding suburbs who are thrilled with our affordable yet extremely high-quality, custom-made mouthguards.

Mouthguards aren’t just beneficial for sport either, as dentists can also create specialised mouthguards to combat issues such as snoring or sleep apnoea.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do mouthguards prevent concussions?

The spongey material of the mouthguard is designed to absorb shock or impact to the area, and while it is not proven to prevent concussions, it can help reduce the severity of the injury.

I don’t play team sports, do I need a mouthguard?

Mouthguards can benefit anyone playing sports where equipment can hit the face, even a friendly game with your kids can end in tooth damage. It is recommended to wear a mouthguard during any physical activity that poses a risk of dental injury.

Do kids need mouthguards?

Estimates show that half of all children have experienced some form of dental-related sports injury. Children participating in any physical activity that poses a risk of dental injury should wear a mouthguard.

Is wearing a mouthguard uncomfortable?

A custom-fitted mouthguard is better than a store-bought one as it is specifically designed for your teeth, making it more comfortable. It may take a few days to get used to it, but it will become more comfortable over time.

How do I care for my mouthguard?

After each use, rinse your mouthguard with cold water and dry it off. Store it in a ventilated case to keep it safe from damage and bacteria. Regularly clean the case with soap and water to ensure the mouthguard stays hygienic.

Protect Your Smile When Playing Sport

Do you or your child require a custom-fitting mouthguard? Contact us today to schedule a consultation with our friendly team! We’ll then be able to take impressions of your mouth and provide a mouthguard that is both safe and comfortable to wear.



Custom Mouthguards Carramar, Tapping, Banksia Grove, Joondalup WA | (08) 9405 2225