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  1. truepwrz is offline

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    10/01/2007 7:55pm


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    good mouthguard???

    i do mittwork, bagwork. and even roadwork with my mouth guard on and seems perfectly okay but when sparring heavily or competition i was wondering if i needed a better one(i got mines at modell for 1.99)
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    10/01/2007 8:43pm


     Style: punching bag / crew jitsu

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    Yeah, your teeth are worth the $20 investment in a quality mouthguard, although if you're wearing one just to get used to wearing one as opposed to actually getting hit with it the cheap one is fine.
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    10/01/2007 8:51pm


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    Quote Originally Posted by kwoww
    Yeah, your teeth are worth the $20 investment in a quality mouthguard, although if you're wearing one just to get used to wearing one as opposed to actually getting hit with it the cheap one is fine.
    i am in sanda kids san shou kickboxing event so i need to find a good mouthguard asap any recomendations???
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    10/01/2007 9:12pm


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    One that protects your mouth. Shock Doctor makes high quality mouthguards. They're really expensive but again, teeth are not something I'd **** around with.

    Ask your coach if he's got any preferences or any kind he wants you to use specifically.
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    10/02/2007 7:58am


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    I have one from Custom Guards and it's by far the most comfortable mouthguard I've ever owned.
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    10/02/2007 10:19am


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    If your parents really wanna shell out some dough to protect your teeth, have your dentist custom-make one for you. Otherwise, when I am bothered to wear one, I use Shock Doctor; I think they're reasonably priced.
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    10/02/2007 12:44pm


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    I like my brainpad.
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    10/02/2007 9:14pm


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    Those Gladiator ones look awesome.
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    10/02/2007 9:28pm


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    Mouthguards protect your jaw and your gums/tongue from your teeth. They're not meant to protect your teeth.
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    10/02/2007 11:00pm


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    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend_Null
    Mouthguards protect your jaw and your gums/tongue from your teeth. They're not meant to protect your teeth.
    Exactly. They can help to prevent teeth loss but thats really not what their best for.
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