DentureCare Professionals provide unrivalled sports mouthguards. Our mouthguards enhance sports performance and decrease the risk of teeth and jaw damage.
Did you know sports and leisure activities can be the main cause of dental injuries and if you’re over the age of 25 you are even more susceptible?
Our Mouthguards are custom made and fitted, giving the teeth and jaw the best protection during high contact activity. We fabricate many types based on age, sport and level of participation.
Your mouthguard is carefully designed with proper attention being paid to the areas affected by collisions or impacts. Also taken into consideration are your muscle attachments as well are the position of your airway and how the jaw closes together into the bite contacting the mouthguard itself.
When designing your mouthguard you are able to pick the colour as well as have your name, phone number and/or team logo inserted. Be at ease while enjoying your sports and leisure activities knowing your smile is protected.
Custom-made for sport
Our custom-made and fitted TEKTITE* Mouthguards will give the teeth and jaw the best protection during high-contact activity. The guard’s ability to absorb shock enables it to thwart any strong impact imposed on your mouth during action. We fabricate many types based on age, sport and level of participation. We are currently developing Mouthguards with a team of Dentists from Melbourne, Sydney and San Diego that increase performance through optimising airway and increasing oxygenation of the blood. So if you’re looking for a well made, customized, single, double, triple laminated guard with the ability to increase performance you must try TEKTITE* Guards by Functional Orthotic Design.
All mouthguards are specially designed in our Lab. Choose any colour and have patients mobile number, name, team logo inserted. Talk to us about your design and feel the benefit of Customised TEKTITE* Guards by Functional Orthotic Design.
Custom-designed mouth guards are recommended for the following contact sports:
- Rugby Football / AFL
- Boxing / Martial Arts
Caring for your mouth guard
It is important to wash and clean your mouth guard thoroughly after use in warm soapy water. When not in use, always keep your guard in its case (supplied with every order for free) to avoid any contamination or damage.
Contact us today and protect your teeth. Functional Orthotic Design strongly advises all children wear Mouthguards during sport. Protect your kids today and invest in their future smile.
Tektite Elite Sports
Positioning your jaw for optimised breathing during sport is crucial to how we develope our Elite Sports Tektite Mouthguard. We take great care in choosing material inserts for this type of Mouthguard prior to construction. Like most Mouthguards available today there is little thought regarding the composition of the layers involved in producing High Impact resistance where needed. We carefully design your Elite Sports Guard with proper attention being paid to you muscle attachments and the areas most commonly affected by collisions or impacts. This is often called a layering technique and is requires a lot more time, effort and materials, but is the only way to produce an Elite Sports Mouthguard.
We take into consideration the position of your airway and how the jaw closes together into the bite contacting the Mouthguard itself.
Tektite® Junior (5-10 years)
This mouthguard is suitable for the 5-10 year age group, single layer, with excellent fit. It does not interfere with breathing and will introduce the child to the discipline of wearing a mouthguard every time they play or train. Equal to the best non-laminated mouthguard obtainable, available in all colours. More info
Tektite Enduro (7-13 years)
Suitable for the 7-13 year age group of children wearing orthodontic bands/appliances. Custom lamination of two layers of material offering a small increase in the bulk of the mouthguard compared to the Tektite Junior mouthguard but superior protection due to the laminating process.
An impression of the lower teeth is also taken. This ensures the bite position is balanced on both sides of the mouthguard, reducing the likelihood of a fractured jaw, concussion and TM joint injuries.