- You won’t need a frustrating “boil-and-bite” process
- Avoid the need for costly restorative treatment
- Perform better with no worries about dental damage
While playing sports is a great way to keep your body in shape, it can be hard on your teeth. Accidents do occur, and the last thing you want is a missing tooth or other dental trauma due to a bad play. With our athletic mouthguards in New Orleans, you can prevent this kind of dental damage.
Dr. John Tripp knows all about sports, as he’s an avid athlete himself. He’s familiar with all the ways sports can benefit your body and also cause harm, which is why 7 O’Clock Dental, LLC is dedicated to protecting your teeth with custom athletic mouthguards.
Our mouthguards will:
- Provide Proper Protection for Your Sport – We’ll design your mouthguard based on the sport you’re going to play, so the bulk and thickness will offer the right level of protection.
- Offer the Comfort of a Custom Fit – Since it’s designed just for you, a custom mouthguard won’t restrict your movement or breathing the way an off-the-shelf mouthguard can.
- Withstand Wear and Tear – Custom athletic mouthguards are made from highly durable materials, so they’ll hold up better than store-bought mouthguards.
Custom-Fit Mouthguards Offer Many Advantages
The most common type of mouthguard is the “boil-and-bite” style sold at athletic supply stores or drugstores. While any mouthguard is better than no mouthguard, those kinds of mouthguards do not offer the same level of protection you’ll get from a mouthguard designed just for you using precise measurements of your mouth.
There are plenty of ways you can injure your teeth and mouth playing sports. Our custom athletic mouthguards aim to prevent:
- Broken teeth
- Lost teeth
- Soft tissue injuries to the gums, cheeks, lips, and tongue
If you or a family member needs athletic mouthguards in New Orleans, don’t trust your teeth to an over-the-counter product. Call 7 O’Clock Dental, LLC at 504-266-0664 or schedule online. Speaking of sports, we’re located on South Claiborne Avenue, a short drive from the Mercedes-Benz Superdome where the New Orleans Saints play.