Information About Sport Mouth Guards
Sports mouth guards protect your mouth while playing sports. They are used to correct problems with your teeth including tooth crowding, misaligned teeth, or crooked teeth. Frequently our patients get braces when they are entering their tween or teen years. However, that’s not to exclude adults. Some people are able to get braces at an earlier age. Some patients’ families may not have been able to afford them at the time so they decide to get them later in life. Others may not have needed them but need them later on as further tooth crowding or issues develop or to beautify their smiles.
If you have crooked teeth or misaligned teeth, you may need braces. You may also benefit from a variety of other teeth straightening tools available at your nearest City Dental Centers location in Southern California.
The dentists at City Dental Centers specialize in straightening teeth, correcting misaligned bites, and jaw problems by creating, installing, and adjusting braces for both children and adults. When you come in for your visit, expect your dentist or orthodontist to ask you a variety of related questions about your health, to perform a dental exam, take a digital X-ray scan of your mouth and teeth, take photos of your face and teeth, and anything else that will help them determine if you or your child need braces.
Braces are the most popular way to straighten teeth and correct misaligned bites in children. And again, even adults benefit from braces and it’s no shame for you to wear adult braces. This is especially true now that they’re not the shiny mouthfuls of metal you may have been used to seeing in the past.