UA Mouthguards

The #1 sports injury is a fractured or lost front tooth.The #1 dental emergency is a fractured or lost tooth.Don’t become a statistic.  Wear an UA Mouthpiece!

Dr. Shannon and Summer are authorized providers of UA Mouthpieces and Mouthguards.  They are designed with ArmourBite Technology and have been proven to protect your teeth while improving your game.

UA Mouthguards Informantion

ArmourBite delivers jaw-dropping performance

  • Increases Strength                    
  • Increases Endurance         
  • Speeds Up Reaction Time
  • Reduces Athletic Stress
  • Reduces Impact

Who Should Wear a UA MouthGuard?                                   

Whenever there's a chance of contact with other players or hard surfaces, wearing a mouth guard makes sense. The front teeth suffer the most. About 80% of all dental injuries affect one or more of the front teeth. There are 29 sports that the American Dental Association (ADA) recommends wearing mouth guards.  However, if there’s a chance you could fall, protecting your teeth should be a priority.

  • acrobatics
  • baseball
  • basketball
  • bicycling
  • boxing
  • equestrian events
  • extreme sports
  • gymnastics
  • field hockey
  • football
  • handball
  • ice hockey
  • inline skating
  • lacrosse
  • martial arts
  • racquetball
  • rugby
  • shot putting
  • skateboarding
  • skiing
  • skydiving
  • soccer
  • softball
  • squash
  • surfing
  • volleyball
  • water polo
  • weightlifting
  • wrestling

   

Safety, Safety, Safety

With an increased prevalence of concussions in sports these days athletes sometimes forget a well-made custom mouth guard will offer increased protection against concussions as well. Whatever type of sports mouth guard is chosen it is important to wear it at all times when playing. Many athletes do not keep them in their mouths and this is when injuries occur. At first it may seem uncomfortable but if an athlete begins wearing it at a young age they soon do not even realize they are using a sports mouth guard. Once you get used to it, it becomes second nature to them.  Dental injuries are not always permanent. Even if a tooth has been knocked out completely, it often can be saved if you get to a dentist quickly enough. However, even “minor” mishaps can cause significant and expensive damage. If your child enjoys sports and you enjoy your child’s smile, isn’t it worth protecting that smile with a mouth guard?


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