Monday, March 19, 2012

Your Child Needs a Mouth Guard


As spring creeps closer,  my kids, and perhaps yours,are starting 
up things like soccer, baseball, or many other outdoor sports.

No doubt that these activities will lead to a few bumps and bruises.
In time these bumps, bruises, and even broken bones will heal.

Something that would not heal however, is a broken tooth.
Teeth, unlike bones, will not grow back.
To save teeth requires root canals, crowns, and any number of other things.

Please Please Please.......
get your child a mouth guard to wear during their sporting events.

The ones that you can buy from the store and mold to your
child's teeth will do, but a custom made mouth guard from
a dentist is  the best way to go.

I don't care if you get one from me or the other guy.
That is not the point.
The point is to protect your child's teeth.
They will have them for a very long time.


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