Sports Mouth Guards
Drs. Hammad Aziz and Stephanie Janes of North Aurora Smiles are dedicated to providing the best possible care for the North Aurora, IL area. If you need dental care and want to work with a team with years of combined experience in general, restorative, and cosmetic dentistry, we encourage you to learn more about our practice. Besides providing common dental procedures, we also offer extra services, including the fabrication of custom sports mouth guards.
What is an athletic mouth guard?
When playing high-contact sports, patients must protect themselves from injury. While many sports require participants to wear certain protective gear, such as helmets, this doesn’t eliminate the fact that trauma and injury can happen to the smile. Wearing a mouth guard while participating in sports can greatly support the protection and prevention of injury.
What sports might benefit from wearing a mouth guard?
Many high-contact, high-impact sports that might benefit from participants wearing mouth guards, including:
- Marital arts
Why choose mouth guards from a dental practice?
While many mouth guards can be purchased over the counter at local drugstores, these are often ill-fitted and do not provide near as much protection as a custom mouth guard made at a dental practice. Our team uses a digital scan of the patient’s teeth which is sent to a dental lab to make a mouth guard that fits precisely over the natural teeth, ensuring better cushioning and protection when impact occurs to the mouth.
Protect your smile with an athletic mouth guard
Patients of the North Aurora, IL area who are participating in high-contact sports and want to take extra steps to protect their smiles will want to contact our office to learn more about sports mouth guards. We offer professional-grade, custom-fabricated mouth guards that fit properly and work best in protecting the teeth and gums. Call (630) 984-2223 to schedule a consultation visit with Drs. Hammad Aziz and Stephanie Janes to discuss your needs. The office is located at 601 Randall Crossing Lane and provides services to patients in Aurora, Batavia, Sugar Grove, Big Rock, Campton Hills, Cortland, and Elburn, Illinois.