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Old 12-31-2012, 12:40 PM #1
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Hi

Any advice on mouth guards single or double unsure which one to go for

thanks john
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I have sparred and competed for years with the same $0.99 boil and fit mouthpiece. Never have had any dental problems.
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I have sparred and competed for years with the same $0.99 boil and fit mouthpiece. Never have had any dental problems.
Same here.... but I've seen people lose caps with the cheapies. (mine is a 1.99 nike special) Mine fits flawlessly though, very lucky on the boil and fit part I guess.

Honestly, I think its worth it to check with a dentist/orthodontist and possibly look into some of the mouth pieces that'll insure your dental work if its shown that the guard didn't protect correctly.
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Hi

Any advice on mouth guards single or double unsure which one to go for

thanks john
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You don't need to spend much money. As long is it fits properly, it should be fine.
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Dont go for double mouthguards.

They make breathing real difficult.
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thanks for the help, maybe this one shock doctor sd v 1.5 might fit the bill
what do you think
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