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Is your Mouthpiece hazardous

“A study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine claims that many standard design scuba mouthpieces are potentially hazardous.
The Study done by the Newcastle and Dundee Dental Schools points to the fact that little has changed in forty years of design and that the use of these mouthpieces could result in vertigo and disorientation.

The study compared standard mouthpieces to customised designs and found that the standard mouthpiece led to muscle pain, fatigue, tooth discomfort and lip numbness. The customised mouthpiece caused less discomfort and required only half the effort to hold in place.

Jaw fatigue has been linked ear balance problems which could lead to potental diving hazards

For more information contact
Dr Ross Hobson
Dept of Child Dental Health
University of Newcastle
Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK “

Malcolm James
Malcolm James
Malcolm is the former Scuba Editor of DeeperBlue.com. He is a cameraman with Fox News.

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