All you parents out there or anyone in actual fact. I really want you to think about this for a minute. Would you REALLY put yourself or your loved ones at risk for the sake of saving $90?
Let’s take the example of Ms Johnson. The Queenslander was wearing an over-the-counter mouthguard that she bought for between $20 and $30 from a chemist when the incident occurred.
As a result, she suffered displacement and pushing back of multiple teeth, lacerations to her lips and gums, three hairline fractures to her upper jaw, one front tooth was knocked out and the fracture of another tooth.
I urge you to not fall into the trap of purchasing a cheaper option because I can assure you that you are far greater at risk of pain not only in your mouth but also your pocket if you end up in the same.
Call my team now and let CHAMP help you choose the best suited mouthguard for your needs. Don’t forget all our mouthguards can be claimed back on private health insurance.