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Mouthguard Protection Available in Langford, Colwood, and Greater Victoria Area

Mouthguards are dental devices to protect teeth, tongue, gums and cheeks from trauma caused by sports injuries or teeth grinding. These can be explicitly categorized based on sports activities and teeth grinding or bruxism as their purpose is different; thus, they look and feel different. Learn more.

Langford Denture Clinic provides durable and comfortable mouthguards to prevent dental injuries during all contact or non-contact sports activities and for patients with bruxism or teeth grinding. We can make custom-fitted mouthguards that comfortably fit your teeth and mouth. Custom-fitted mouthguards can cost more, but they are durable and best in fit and protection. 

Langford Denture Clinic provides a complete range of quality denture services and removable appliances as preventive measures and long-term oral health solutions. Other removable appliances offered are bleaching trays and anti-snoring devices made to improve the quality of life.

How To Choose a Mouthguard

Different types of mouthguards include:

  • Custom-fitted: A custom mouthguard is made specifically for the individual in which a denturist takes the impression of teeth using a mould and then makes it fit comfortably. Our denturist at Langford Denture Clinic makes the best fit mouthguard in Langford, Colwood, and Greater Victoria Area.
  • Boil-and-bite: This mouth guard made of thermoplastic material can be shaped at home to fit your teeth after softening in hot (not boiling) water. 
  • Adjustable over-the-counter mouthguards: Often include sliding pieces that rest between your teeth while you sleep.
  • Stock: This one-size-fits-all mouthguard is ready to wear but rarely fits well; its thickness and poor fit make breathing difficult and offer the least protection of all mouthguard types. Learn more about mouthguards.

How to Take Care of a Mouthguard

A few tips to keep your mouthguard clean and functional are:

After each use, gently clean the mouthguard with a toothbrush and toothpaste.

Always store your mouthguard in a protective case.

Please do not leave it in the sun or hot water to prevent it from getting deformed.

It is wise to replace your mouthguard before the new sports season or if it no longer fits properly.

Do not wear a retainer with your mouthguard.

Do not chew on or cut pieces off of your mouthguard.

Durable and Comfortable Mouthguard


Trust us for the best quality mouthguard in Langford, Colwood, and Greater Victoria.

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