IQ Dental Group
Dental injuries are among the most common sports injuries. Studies have shown that athletes not wearing mouthguards are 60 times more likely to suffer mouth injuries. Mouthguards are required in high school and college football preventing an estimated 200,000 injuries each year, according to the American Dental Association.
Mouthguards reduce the risk of mouth, face and jaw injuries, as well as broken teeth. The basic types of mouthguards include:
- Stock: Sold in stores, these preformed guards may not fit well, reducing the effectiveness.
- Boil and bite: Also sold in stores, these fit a little better by boiling and then inserting in the mouth to form.
- Custom-fitted: Mouthguards that are custom-made are the most expensive but offer the best protection.
IQ Dental Group can help you determine the best option for your budget and needs to protect your face and preserve your natural teeth.
Dr. Shi and his staff is very friendly. I came in for teeth whitening and the results are amazing! I have received many compliments about my teeth. The experience was comfortable and pleasant. The office staff is helpful and the facility is very clean (which is really important to me). I highly recommend IQ Dental if you're looking for a great dentist and office.
— Jack C.
I recommend going to Dr. Shi if you are looking for a caring dentist. My boyfriend and I went to Dr. Shi to get our fillings done and we are very happy with the results. Also, I would love to mention the staff there! They're so nice and friendly, they made sure I felt comfortable at all times.
— Cara L.
I would give this office a 10 stars if possible! This is the BEST dentist I have been to. Dr. Shi is VERY knowledgeable and professional. He was able to turn a terrible experience from a previous dental office into a great one. I send my entire family here! No need to look any further IQ dental is the best around!
— Debbi G.