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While all physical activities like running, wrestling, or sports are designed to work your body, many people don’t realize the strain these activities can put on your teeth, mouth, and jaw. If you’ve ever seen an athlete wearing a custom-fitted mouth guard, now you know why.

A mouth guard doesn’t just protect your teeth from being knocked out; it also protects against the harmful effects of clenching or grinding. Mouth guards can also relieve stress on the jaw and even enhance your athletic performance.

Custom Mouthguards For Sleep and Study

You don’t have to be an athlete to enjoy the benefits of a custom mouthguard. Many people unconsciously clench or grind their teeth during periods of intense study or concentration, or during sleep.

Whether you’re engaged in heavy contact sports, hitting the books, or just snoozing, our custom mouthguards at Mason Dental could be a great investment.

custom mouthguards near Southlake and ColleyvilleBenefits of Mouthguards

Mouthguards benefit your oral and general health in the following ways:

  • Increased biting strength.
  • Increased reaction time.
  • Higher endurance.
  • Reduced stress.
  • Reduced risk of traumatic injury to the mouth.

Clenching in particular can be harmful even to your mental state. It releases a hormone called cortisol, which causes stress and fatigue.

These custom mouthguards are specially designed to absorb energy and prevent the harmful effects of excessive clenching and grinding. Mouth guards are custom-made for each patient, tailored to fit your individual mouth and performance needs.

Meet Your Performance Goals with Under Armor Performance Mouthwear

At Mason Dental, we do more than just clean your teeth: we look after every aspect of your oral health, because good oral health means a happy, productive life. To learn more about our custom mouthguards and their many health benefits, give our office a call!


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