MOUTH GUARDS AT MAIN STREET DENTAL
BACCHUS MARSH

Protect your teeth

Helping protect your teeth, lips and mouth during sports
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General Dentistry

Mouthguards
Clenching and Grinding
Dry Mouth
Cracked Tooth

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Teeth Whitening
Veneers
Componeer Composite Veneers
Dermal Fillers and Wrinkle Relaxers

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Restorative Dentistry

One Visit Crowns
Dental Implants
Dentures
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Orthodontics

Myo Munchee
Conventional Orthodontics
Myobrace
Invisible Aligners

Mouth Guards help protect your teeth, lips, and mouth during any form of physical activity.

Mouthguards can help limit the risk of injuries to your lips, tongue, and the soft tissues found in your mouth and prevent you from chipping or breaking your teeth. It can also keep you from damaging the nerve of your tooth or losing a tooth while engaged in physical activity.

Who Needs a Mouth Guard?

Mouthguards can be used by both children and adults who play sports that can potentially cause injury and trauma to their teeth, mouth, and gums. Mouthguards can also be used by adults and children who grind their teeth at night while sleeping to prevent tooth damage.

DentiCare was founded in the first place to create absolutely beautiful smiles.

Can I Wear a Mouth Guard if I Wear Braces?

A properly fitted, specially made, mouthguard can be worn by patients who are undergoing orthodontic treatment since an injury to the face could damage orthodontic appliances.

Caring for your Mouth Guard
  • Make sure you rinse your mouthguard with cold water.
  • Before and after each use of the mouthguard, you can use a mouth rinse to get rid of the bacteria and saliva that has accumulated onto it.
  • You can also clean it with toothpaste and a toothbrush.
  • Occasionally, your mouthguard can be cleaned in cool, soapy water and rinsed thoroughly.
  • When not in use, place your mouthguard in a clean and firm, container with tiny holes to store. This helps with air circulation and prevents the mouth guard from getting damaged.
  • Do not leave your mouthguard in areas associated with high temperatures, such as hot water, hot surfaces, or direct sunlight. This could affect the shape of the mouth guard.
  • Your mouthguard will need replacing if you find holes or tears on it or if it becomes too loose and causes discomfort.

Your mouthguard must be brought to your dental visits for the dentist to examine it.

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Mouth Guards | Bacchus Marsh

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Proactively envisioned multimedia based expertise and cross-media growth strategies. Seamlessly visualize quality intellectual capital without superior collaboration and idea-sharing.

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Brad Wilson
Dental surgery

Uniquely deploy cross-unit benefits with wireless testing procedures. Build full backward compatible relationships.

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Trixie Payton
Full Dental Implants

Capitalize on low hanging fruit to identify a ballpark value added activity to beta test clickthroughs from users.

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Kristin Yang
Cosmetic Dentistry

Collaboratively administrate empowered markets via plug-and-play networks after installed base benefits.

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Jane Scott
Dental surgery

Holisticly predominate extensible testing procedures for reliable supply chains top line service cutting edge deliverables.

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