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The Truth about Custom Mouth Guards
After 10 years of BJJ I’ve finally decided to wear a mouth guard. I talk about the reasons why I decided to wear one, the differences between a boil and bite mouth guard and a custom one, how to clean them, and more.
Why you should wear a sports mouthguard
Dr. Mark V. Bohnert of Southeast Family Dental in Indianapolis, Indiana talks about the importance of wearing a mouthguard when you play sports.
Could you benefit from a night guard
Bruxism is involuntary and mainly occurs at night when you lay down and the jaw position shifts. The brain is alerted of the new jaw position and initiates grinding as a way to find a more comfortable resting position. Unfortunately grinding will not ever carve out a more comfortable position but rather contribute to making the problem worse.
The benefits of mouthguards
- Allows speaking and does not limit breathing.
- Stays firmly in place during action.
- Provides a high degree of comfort and fit.
- Is durable and easy to clean.
- Is resilient, tear-resistant, odorless and tasteless.