The Science

The Science Behind Iceberg Mouthguards: Protection Redefined

At Iceberg, we're committed to not just protecting your smile but elevating your game through science-backed innovation. Our mouthguards aren't just dental appliances; they're precision-engineered shields designed to safeguard your teeth, gums, and oral tissues against the rigors of sports and the nocturnal grind of bruxism. Here's how they work to keep you at the top of your game:

Shock Absorption

With Iceberg, pressure is evenly distributed across your teeth and supporting structures. By dispersing impact forces over a broader area, our mouthguards minimize the risk of localized stress that can lead to tooth fractures or damage to soft tissues.

Protection from Soft Tissue Injuries

Iceberg mouthguards not only shield your teeth but also provide a crucial barrier between your lips, cheeks, and tongue. By preventing direct hits to these sensitive areas, they reduce the risk of cuts, bruises, and other soft tissue injuries, keeping you in the game longer.

Jaw Joint Protection:

For bruxism sufferers, Iceberg offers unparalleled relief. By placing a physical barrier between your upper and lower teeth, our mouthguards minimize the pressure and friction of grinding or clenching. This not only protects your teeth but also safeguards your temporomandibular joint (TMJ) from excessive strain, reducing the risk of jaw discomfort and dysfunction.