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Stay in the Game With Our Longmont, CO Athletic Mouthguards

If you or your children love to stay active, Silver Leaf Dentistry in Longmont, CO can help keep your smiles healthy with athletic mouthguards from family dentist Dr. Kory Wallin. These custom appliances will:

Doctor Kory Wallin on athletic mouthguards
  • Guard teeth during rough-and-tumble sports and athletics
  • Fit comfortably and snugly, especially for braces wearers
  • Provide durable, long-lasting protection

Protect your and your kids’ smiles! Call our team today at 720-903-3970 to schedule an appointment. Our friendly dentist office is just a few blocks from
Burlington Elementary School.

Experience the Difference Between a Store-Bought Mouthguard & One Made Just For You

If you’ve ever used the boil-and-bite or one-size-fits-all mouthguards available at most sporting goods stores, you’ve probably noticed that they are not very comfortable. But that’s only part of the problem. Simply put, store-bought options do not work very well.

In contrast, custom athletic mouthguards from Dr. Wallin will fit comfortably and do an excellent job of protecting your teeth from injury. That’s because we take precise impressions of your mouth before making your new appliance.

Wear a Custom-Fit Mouthguard to Prevent Dental Damage

Many high-contact sports, such as football and hockey, require teeth protection. But a mouthguard should be worn during any physical activity where dental injuries are possible. Here are just some of the other activities you should wear mouth protection for:

  • Skateboarding
  • Roller-skating
  • Gymnastics
  • Basketball
  • Baseball
  • Soccer
  • Horseback riding
  • Mountain biking
  • Skiing
  • Snowboarding

A professionally made mouthguard may be the difference between a dental emergency and manageable pain. Rather than chipping or even knocking out your teeth, you may only experience some minor swelling and soreness.

If you do happen to damage your teeth during physical activity, Dr. Wallin can recommend a variety of restorative dentistry options to repair or replace them.

Caring For Your New Mouthguard

Taking care of your mouthguard is simple:

  • Rinse it off with water or mouthwash before and after each use
  • Every so often, gently clean it with cool soapy water or by brushing with toothpaste
  • Store it in a clean, dry, vented container

Don’t run the risk of dental injury to you or a family member. Visit Silver Leaf Dentistry for athletic mouthguards to protect your smiles. Call us today at 720-903-3970 to request an appointment.

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