Sports-Flex® Mouthguards


Every practice has athletically active patients of all ages. An intraoral mouth-guard is not only an important part of a total program of dental care in preventing injuries during sporting activities but also a valuable referral-building tool for your practice. In Canada, we often think of mouth guards as something only needed with the “heavier contact” sports like hockey, football, rugby and lacrosse. Yet, tooth protection is every bit as important in low-contact sports such as soccer, tennis, baseball, softball/slow-pitch, basketball, cycling or rollerblading. An athletic mouth guard should be employed in any activity where contact or a fall can occur. Whether protecting natural dentition or recent cosmetic or restorative work, this simple preventative service helps keep your patients’ smiles beautiful – quickly and inexpensively

Available in an exciting array of colours to encourage patient acceptance and compliance, our comprehensive Sports-Flex® Family of laminated athletic mouth guards has been designed to protect the teeth and lips. Individually custom-crafted using heat and pressure, they also help reduce forces that may cause concussions, cerebral haemorrhage, neck injuries and jaw fractures. A palatal brace of hardened plastic supplies added support for high risk upper anteriors, transmitting shear forces away from the tooth.

15% OFF team orders of 10 or more sports-flex mouth guards.To claim the offer, use code: mouthguard15 on your Rx form


*As per the regulations outlined by the RCDSO, this offer is unavailable to practices in the province of Ontario.

Sports-Flex® "Super"

Offers outstanding protection for football, rugby, martial arts, ice and street hockey, ringette, lacrosse and other high contact sports.

Constructed using three layers of injection-molded vinyl.

Hardened centre layer for extra protection.

Sports-Flex® "Regular"

Intended for use while participating in moderate contact activities such as racquetball or squash, soccer, basketball, baseball, softball, rollerblading, mountain biking, and skateboarding.

Features two layers of injection-molded vinyl.

Pro-Form® "Multi-Purpose"

The perfect choice for a wide variety of athletic activity and contact levels.

Constructed from bonded sheets of injection-molded, cross-woven vinyl (provides extra strength and resistance to distortion).

Note: An Optional Helmet Strap is also available for fastening mouthguards to football face-guards, hockey helmets, etc.

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Dr Duncan Brown graduated from the Universty of Toronto in 1975 with a Doctor of Dental Surgery, and became a Specialist in Orthodontics in 1978. Dr Brown is an associate clinical professor at the University of Alberta, and served as a guest lecturer at University of Manitoba, University of British Columbia and University of Western Ontario.  Dr Brown is co-author of “The Protocol”, a broadly circulated publication on the subject of passive self-ligation.

Dr Michael Major is the director of the Inter-disciplinarily Airway Research Clinic, a 10-year collaboration between the Stollery Children’s Hospital and the University of Alberta School of Dentistry. Dr Major holds an academic appointment with the University of Alberta as an active researcher in pediatric sleep, serves as co-president of Alberta Dental Sleep Medicine study club, and was a contributing member of the CDSA’s committee for developing guidelines for dental management of sleep disordered breathing.

Dr Major is a certified specialist in Orthodontics and a Fellow of the Royal College of Dentists of Canada (FRCD-c). After graduating dentistry training from Boston University (DMD 2009),  he completed a post-doctoral residency in dental management of medically complex patients at the University of British Columbia (GPR 2010), and a graduate residency specializing in Orthodontics at University of Alberta (MSc 2013).

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