Every time you step onto the field, the ice, or the court, you know in the back this sobering thought:
“This play could be my last.”
So many things are out of your control when you and your opponents are running at full speed. One bad hit could dislocate a joint, break one of your bones, or worse, give you a concussion that literally knocks out your career.
You think that when you put your mouthguard in before the game, you’re good to go and you no longer have to worry about a concussion.
Nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, that mouthguard could be giving you a false sense of security.
I kept thinking to myself, “how is this possible?”
I’ve been working as a dentist (DDS) for more than 30 years, and I made an important discovery: Most mouthguards were not appropriate for the mouths they were in. No wonder so many athletes were still getting concussions despite wearing a mouthguard.
What most mouth guards lack is what I call physiologic alignment.
Without physiologic alignment, your mouthguard is nothing more than a piece of plastic covered in saliva.
But when your mouthguard has a physiologic alignment, it will protect your head from a career-ending concussion.
Even if you’re not a pro, you want to play as long as you can. Imagine if your career ended just because you chose the wrong mouthguard.
If you’re ready to protect your most precious organ and want to keep playing as long as you can, then order your PowerPlus Mouthguard here.
In some plays, all that protects you from a concussion is that little piece of plastic in your mouth.