18 Sep Electric Scooters and Your Teeth – How Happy?
Electric scooters and your teeth – how happy?
They allow people to move quickly, freely and ecologically. The perfect representation of modern day mobility.
Another very important point is that they create a lot of work for your dentist, who you might be seeing very soon after your purchase.
Every modern scooter is, even if you are wearing an open helmet, a potential accident in the making. A fall often involves damage to the upper and lower incisors of the scooter rider.
Electric or not, a scooter requires a little precaution on your part: A mouthguard!
You will be less exposed to dental damage in case of fall with a mouthguard… without teeth.
Think about it with the purchase of a scooter, mouthguards are also available for children, but must be adapted regularly as the child grows.
If you wish to make an appointment for a mouthguard, for either scooter riding or any other sports, please call the practice on 022 900 15 96 to make an appointment.