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How to Use Mouth Guard for Physical Sports

Updated on March 1, 2017

Mouth Guard is used in football, boxing, basketball and other physical sports that needs protection of the teeth and mouth. Physical sports such as the aforementioned are prone to physical damages needing you to wear mouth guards to prevent such. This item is very helpful and is durable that it can serve you for a long period of time with proper maintenance and care. Some mouth guards are designed for one use only. These are the disposable types while others can be reused and maintained.

Mouthguards are strong mouth piece yet very comfortable to use during sports. This products are made with soft rubber materials to prevent hurting your gums. They are also designed with good sanitation to avoid irritations or allergic reactions.

Fight with comfort by using a mouth guard that best fits you.
Fight with comfort by using a mouth guard that best fits you.

Some tips on how to use a mouth guard:

You need to have 2 containers of water, the first one for boiling water or hot water to kill the bacteria in the mouth guard. The second container good enough for the mouth guard size for cold water.

First you need dip the mouth guard into the boiling water for atleast 30 seconds or 1minute. After that, you have to transfer the mouth guard to the 2nd container containing cold water with the use of a food tong. Leave for at least 1-5 seconds. Place the mouth guard on your upper teeth. You may feel it a liitle bit warm but not too much to burn your gum. After placing it on your teeth you need to bite it gently to secure it on your teeth and have a perfect mold. You can gently press the mouth guard with your thumb to obtain the best fit.

Place the mouth guard accordingly to get the perfect fit.
Place the mouth guard accordingly to get the perfect fit.

In case the mouth guard doesn't fit, remove it and repeat the procedure until you get your best fit. You can cut the rubber on the rib marks to have a better comfort. Use clean scissors or any sharp cutting tools that you are comfortable to use.

Aside from the abovementioned benefits, mouthguards will also protect your lips and keep your mouth clean during the exercise or on your game. This is FDA Approved and certified that you can use it with confidence because it will not harm you throughout your game.

Mouth guards can also be given as a special gift to someone you know who are into physical sports that require the item.
Mouth guards can also be given as a special gift to someone you know who are into physical sports that require the item.

If you are not an athlete but knows someone who is into physical sports, you have this option as a gift. It is not only given during special occasions but also as a token of appreciation. I am sure whoever that person is will be delighted and grateful. Below is a link to a product you might want to consider.

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