There are certain shots from the battle scene that no fighter wants to be the star and that is having their teeth knocked out while blood spurts from his mouth. Naturally, the manly thing to do is just pretend that all is well despite the fact that your body has just suffered a blow that resulted in a few lost teeth and probably a trip to the dentist for the next couple of months. While this is the rough world of mixed martial arts wrestling there are guys that really want to preserve their looks and teeth after many many fights. For this reason wearing a MMA mouth guard is the only way to protect both teeth and gum from being knocked to look like mashed potato.
There have been cases where a boxing mouth guard did not really prevent the user from loosing a few teeth, but fighters that are worried about using dentures at a relatively young age should never dispense its use. Brands such as Fight Dentist, Shock Doctor and Tapout have excellent MMA mouth guards that are known to withstand the most aggressive knocks from a desperate of fully trained opponent. The materials that each use are different, but they all aim at the same objective: to protect teeth during fights that involve direct impact. Fight Dentist is by far the most expensive, but when it comes to dental surgery the price of this mouth guard is a drop in the bucket.
Shock Doctor has a wide range to MMA mouth guards that carry different price tags with them. Like most manufactures that spread their wings, Flight Doctor offers MMA mouth guards that are made from different materials to guarantee optimum protection against shocks. The Shock Doctor Pro Mouthguard for example is esteemed by the manufacturer as being a step ahead of the conventional MMA mouth guards that just about no-one uses these days. There are mouth guards from their collection that can be used as boxing mouth guards to offer extra protection while training or even in a real fight. Some other MMA mouth guards stand under Shock Doctor’s large umbrella of top quality products are: Shock Doctor Double STC Mouthguard , Shock Doctor Gel Max Youth Mouthguard (available in multiple colors) , Shock Doctor Braces Youth Mouthguard (available in blue or pink) , Shock Doctor Gel Max Mouthguard (available in multiple colors) and Shock Doctor Power Gel Nano Mouthguard ( available in multiple colors).
Tapout also manufactures MMA mouth guards for fighters who wish to protect themselves with a boxing mouth guard. The TapouT Mouthguard 2 Pack is one example of Tapout Mouthguards that are used by professional fighters. There are five color combinations to choose from and offers protection for the lower teeth and has the added feature to hold a fighter’s jaw in place. TapouT boasts resistant MMA mouth guards that are backed by the most advance technology in the industry.
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