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A Mouthguard is a protective device that is typically worn over the teeth during athletic or physical activities to protect the mouth, teeth, and gums from injury. Mouthguards can be made from a variety of materials, such as rubber, silicone, or thermoplastic materials, and come in a range of sizes and shapes to fit different mouth sizes and shapes.

Mouthguards can provide several benefits, including preventing chipped or broken teeth, reducing the risk of tooth loss, protecting against soft tissue injuries, and reducing the risk of concussion by absorbing and distributing impact forces. They are commonly used in contact sports such as football, rugby, and boxing, but can also be beneficial for other activities that involve the risk of impact to the mouth, such as skateboarding or mountain biking.

There are several types of Mouthguards available, including stock Mouthguards that are pre-formed and ready to wear, boil-and-bite Mouthguards that can be moulded to fit the individual’s teeth, and custom-made Mouthguards that are professionally fitted to the individual’s mouth. It is important to choose a Mouthguard that provides adequate protection and is comfortable to wear to ensure maximum effectiveness.

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At Cleveland Dental Care, we understand the importance of a comfortable, well-fitted Mouthguard that won’t inhibit your performance on the field or court. That’s why our team of experienced dental professionals has perfected the art of crafting high-quality, custom-fit Mouthguards that offer unparalleled protection and comfort.

Our state-of-the-art technology and equipment allow us to create Mouthguards that are tailored specifically to your unique mouth and bite, ensuring a snug fit that stays securely in place while you play. Plus, our Mouthguards are made from durable, high-quality materials that are designed to withstand the toughest hits and bumps.

But we don’t just stop at creating the perfect Mouthguard – we also offer exceptional customer service and support throughout the entire process. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will work with you every step of the way to ensure that you’re completely satisfied with your Mouthguard, from the initial consultation to the final fitting.

Contact us today to schedule a consultation and start the process of getting your custom-fit Mouthguard!

FAQ's About
What is a Mouthguard?


A Mouthguard is a protective device designed to protect the teeth and gums from injury during contact sports and other physical activities.

Who should wear a Mouthguard?

Anyone who participates in contact sports or activities that involve a risk of dental injury should wear a Mouthguard. This includes sports such as football, rugby, hockey, boxing, and martial arts.

What are the different types of Mouthguards?

There are three types of Mouthguards: stock, boil and bite, and custom-made. Stock Mouthguards are pre-formed and come in standard sizes, while boil and bite Mouthguards can be customized by heating and molding them to fit the individual’s mouth. Custom-made Mouthguards are made by a dentist or orthodontist to fit the individual’s teeth perfectly.

Can Mouthguards prevent concussions?

While Mouthguards are primarily designed to protect the teeth and gums, some studies suggest that they may also help reduce the risk of concussions by absorbing shock and reducing the force of impact to the head. However, more research is needed to fully understand the effectiveness of Mouthguards in preventing concussions.

How do I choose the right Mouthguard?

The right Mouthguard for you depends on several factors, such as the type of sport you play, your age, and the size and shape of your mouth. Consult with your dentist or healthcare professional to help you choose the best Mouthguard for your needs.

How often should I replace my Mouthguard?

Mouthguards should be replaced periodically, depending on the frequency of use and wear and tear. Generally, Mouthguards should be replaced every six months to two years.

How do I care for my Mouthguard?


Mouthguards should be cleaned and stored properly to ensure their longevity and effectiveness. Rinse your Mouthguard with cool water after use and store it in a ventilated container. Avoid exposing your Mouthguard to high temperatures, such as direct sunlight or hot water, as this can warp the material.

Are Mouthguards required by sports leagues?

Many sports leagues require participants to wear Mouthguards during games and practices to protect against dental injuries. Check with your league or organization to determine their specific requirements.

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