Sports MouthguardsSPOKANE, WASHINGTON Dental injuries are among the most common sports injuries. Studies have shown that athletes not wearing mouthguards are 60 times more likely to suffer mouth injuries. Mouthguards are required in high school and college football preventing an estimated 200,000 injuries each year, according to the American Dental Association. Mouthguards reduce the risk of mouth, face and jaw injuries, as well as broken teeth. The basic types of mouthguards include: StockSold in stores, these preformed guards may not fit well, reducing the effectiveness. Boil and biteAlso sold in stores, these fit a little better by boiling and then inserting in the mouth to form. Custom-fittedMouthguards that are custom-made are the most expensive but offer the best protection. MyDentist can help you determine the best option for your budget and needs to protect your face and preserve your natural teeth. OUR SERVICES Cosmetic Cosmetic Bonding Cosmetic Dentistry Dental Veneers Teeth Whitening Preventive Dental Sealants Endodontics Family Dentistry Fluoride Treatments Night Guards Oral Cancer Screening Pediatric Dentistry Periodontics Scaling & Root Planing Sports Mouthguards Ultrasonic Cleanings Wisdom Teeth Removal Restorative Bad Breath – Halitosis Bone Graft Crowns & Bridges Dental Extractions Dentures & Partials Emergency Appointments Fillings Oral Surgery Root Canal Therapy Sedation Dentistry Soft Tissue Management CALL TODAY! 509-464-4100 We look forward to serving you and your family! Schedule your appointment today! 509-464-4100 We look forward to serving you and your family! Schedule your appointment today!