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Did you know that 10% of hockey players and 20% of football players in high school as well as 5% of soccer players suffer from head injuries (concussion) while practicing their sport?

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Did you know that 10% of hockey players and 20% of football players in high school as well as 5% of soccer players suffer from head injuries (concussion) while practicing their sport?

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• If you practice a contact sport where there are risks of injuries (hockey, football, rugby, lacrosse, soccer, basketball, etc.) it is highly recommended that you wear a mouth guard. • A mouthguard should be part of the regular sports equipment of any serious athlete. • In addition to protecting the dentition, mouthguards can minimize the chances of having head injuries (concussions) and jaw joint problems following heavy sport contacts. • We can supply you with a mouthguard that can be adapted to your braces during treatment. • At the end of treatment, it is possible to have a custom made mouthguard made to fit your new bite. • Ask us for more information or visit Maxxgard.

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