For many parents and guardians, the cost of routine dentistry for their children is a big enough of a financial burden that it makes them not dare hesitate to protect their child’s teeth from injury, insisting that a mouth guard be worn at all times during risky sports activities. The number of sports-related dental traumas an active child may suffer from is quite large. These injuries can be extremely painful and expensive to treat, plus they may interfere with the child’s oral development. Mouth guards are important because they protect both the child who wears them, and the adult who is responsible for the care and development of that child.
When Are Mouth Guards Necessary?
Not every sport requires the use of mouth guards, and there are also some non-sport occasions when it’s still a great time for a child to have on one of these highly effective, Read More