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We all know that mouth guards play a big role in protecting our children. But there are two additional factors to keep in mind. First, if its not comfortable or if they can not breath correctly, they DON'T keep it in place (come-on admit it, you've seen pictures of your kids with it hanging out the side of their mouth). If its not in - it cant work.

Second, an article from "General Dentistry" shows that athletes using mouth guards and sustaining an impact were 50% less likely to have a brain injury when using a professionally made custom fit mouth guard.

Its the cheapest piece of equipment you'll buy your child, but it can prove to be the most cost effective.