Okay there is no doubt you look after your mouth on a daily basis, with great oral hygiene at home and great work from your dentist. But this is all well and good, but there are other times when you may have to enlist the help of a mouth-guard for extra protection. Teeth grinding is a perfect example of this and though it won’t solve the problem behind the grinding, it will save you from seriously damaging your teeth. Of course, this isn’t the only time you are going to have to guard your mouth. London W1 people love to let their hair down after a busy week and participating in sport is a healthy and fantastic way of doing so, but if the sport involves some form of contact, like football, rugby or the martial arts, you are going to have to get a mouth-guard in order to limit the damage, not only to your teeth and gums, but to your jaws, head and neck too. You can buy them of the peg or get one that you mould to your mouth yourself, but if you’re serious about your sport, then is best to get one specially moulded to your mouth and that will be able to absorb any impacts coming your way. Your dentist is the perfect person to guide you in the direction you want to go here and although top of the range guards are pricey, what price can you put of preventing injury and enjoying the sport you love throughout your life?