“Through our loyal customers, our brand has become synonymous with the highest quality, accuracy, and protection for amateur and professional athletes” said GuardLab CEO, Aidan Butler.
Aidan Butler, CEO of GuardLab, recently paired up with Henry Schein and a New York City school to provide free mouth guards to nearly 70 student-athletes.“It’s really all about comfort and fit,” Butler said in Dentistry Today interview. Old-fashioned mouth guards “are no good for man or beast. They block your airway. One size all fits none, as we say. So we start with accuracy and comfort. It’s seated better from a protection standpoint and from a performance standpoint.”Thanks to digital technology, creating custom mouth guards can easily be in a dentist’s repertoire.