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Mouthguards: Are your teeth protected?

 

Wearing a custom made mouthguard is the best way to protect your teeth while playing sport. A blow to the mouth can result in significant damage and expensive dental treatment. Give yourself the best protection and invest in a custom made mouthguard.

 

Custom made mouthguards provide a high level of protection and are more comfortable than over the counter alternatives. They fit securely and won’t fall out and leave your teeth unprotected during games or training. Custom mouthguards can also be labelled with your name and phone number so they can be returned if lost.

 

Don’t be afraid to get in touch if you have any questions about mouthguards. You can reach us on (07) 5495 4266 or send an enquiry online by clicking here.

 

Does your health insurance cover mouthguards?

 

Did you know that most private health insurance policies cover towards mouthguards made at the dentist? If you are interested in finding out what your private health insurance rebate will be, our reception team can give you the item code and fee for you to check with your fund. We can also check for you by processing an eQuote using your health fund card.

 

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