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Customer Question of the Shock Doctor Gel Max Mouth Guard
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Does this do the same as a full mouth guard?

I am researching guards and would like to know if this guard provides the same protection as a full mouth guard. For example if you were to get hit with a straight shot to the chin would it help reduce the impact and chance of a concussion? or is this guard mainly for protecting teeth?  
by: Royce
10/4/2012 4:53:01 AM
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This mouthguard will reduce the impact and chance of concussion. The key is that there is shock absorbing material between the teeth where you bite down. That is what helps reduce the transfer of impact.
by: okiken108    
10/4/2012 1:36:55 PM
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