Swords Orthodontics
17 Main St, Swords, Co Dublin, Ireland

Protect your smile with a mouthguard!

You might have heard that the GAA have made it compulsory to wear mouth protection when playing Gaelic sports, and I think that in the future people will look back at this as one of the great landmarks in advancing Dental Health - and it wasn't done by a government policy, it's a voluntary organisation that's big enough to have a national influence and popular enough that people will accept its rules.

Swords Orthodontics were fortunate to have Harold Everton take a break from his tough training schedule to give us a special message about gum shields. If you play ANY contact sport you should wear a mouth guard. Boxing, kick boxing, martial arts, GAA, American football, hockey etc - if you're liable to get an impact on your mouth, a few millimetres of plastic can save a lifetime of dental frustration with broken or missing teeth.

Oh, and wearing a helmet for your sport doesn't always mean your teeth are safe!

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As part of Phase One of the National Reopening, Swords Orthodontics resumed routine orthodontic treatment in May 2020.
There are a few differences in how we do this specifically to deal with coronavirus, but you'll still get great orthodontic treatment.
Please don't attend without an appointment - just give us a call and we'll organise things.
New patients are welcome, there's never been a better time to sort out that smile