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GuardLab proudly sponsored PSISTORM CUP VI with the intent to bring awareness of the benefits that a neuromuscular mouthguard can have on athletes of all sports, including e-gaming. For the average professional e-sports athlete, a typical session can last hours. Hours of intense gaming can lead to teeth grinding and other stress on the jaw.
GuardLab uses 3D digital scanning and 3D printing technologies for its mouthguards, engineered with a proprietary Alignment Repositioning Cushion (ARC™) to align the athlete’s jaw into its most optimal position for the best protection and performance. Using 3D technology, the mouthguard is able to precisely transfer the information from the individual to accurately design each guard to reduce the risk of injury by increasing airway flow, stability and addressing TMJ alignment.
The success of Blaydes can be tracked to his wrestling background in high school. Born in Naperville, Illinois he won the wrestling state title in his senior year with an outstanding 44-0 record.
Since 2015, Blaydes has been wearing GuardLab’s 3D scanned ARC-PRO custom mouthguard for peak performance and protection while training and fighting. “I believe that GuardLab produces the best form fitting protection on top of providing some really dope creative designs." - Curtis "Razor" Blaydes
GUARDLAB EXPANDS PRODUCT LINE WITH THE APEX™ BOIL AND BITE MOUTHGUARD AND DIGITIZED AT-HOME IMPRESSION KITS TO MEET THE NEEDS OF ADULT AND YOUTH ATHLETES, EVERYWHERE
Aidan Butler has taken teeth, yes teeth, and made them interesting thanks to a few 3D printing machines and some seriously famous athletes.
Henry Schein Announces North American Marketing Partnership with GuardLab® During Yankee Dental Congress
Bite Down for Safety's Sake
Written By Raylene Knutson for Frontier Magazine, Issue 03Getting hit in the head is the reality in many sports. The increasing ubiquity of helmets is a testament to that. Whether it be hockey, skiing, cycling, or many others, head protection is everywhere. Far less common is a piece of safety equipment that could do just as much to protect against injuries: the mouthguard.