Sports Mouthguards


What do LeBron James and Derek Jeter have in common? They’re both pro athletes. They also both wear mouthguards. So should your young player.

Mouthguards usually cover the upper teeth and protect your child’s primary and adult teeth from damage due to impact. We recommend them for high contact sports like football, basketball, baseball, hockey and soccer during games, practice and scrimmages. Be like LeBron—wear a mouthguard.

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