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DEFEND YOUR MOUTH DAY 2020

Whitewater Oral Surgery Group


Whitewater Oral Surgery Group Helps Protect Smiles

Mouth guards are recommended or required for many sports and activities because they protect the teeth, mouth, and face from injury. Drs. Kevin G. Kempers, Eric W. Nelson, Justin T. Hastings, Paul Clark, Jake Peterson, and their team all came together to provide professionally fitted mouth guards at no charge to children in the Boise area during this year’s Defend Your Mouth Day event.

We look forward to hosting Defend Your Mouth Day again next year!


Did You Know?

About 5 million teeth are knocked out each year, many of which are due to sports-related injuries.

The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends wearing a mouth guard for the following sports:

  • • Basketball
  • • Football
  • • Gymnastics
  • • Soccer
  • • Ice hockey
  • • Skiing
  • • Handball
  • • Rugby
  • • Bicycling
  • • Field hockey
  • • Skateboarding
  • • Inline skating
  • • Lacrosse
  • • Volleyball
  • • Weight lifting
  • • Martial arts
  • • Racquetball
  • • Shot putting
  • • Equestrian events
  • • Softball
  • • Squash
  • • Field events
  • • Water polo
  • • Acrobatics
  • • Wrestling
  • • Boxing
  • • Extreme sports



Thank you to all those who attended Defend Your Mouth Day! We look forward to seeing you next year!


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Digital Media Library


What is the Digital Media Library?

The Whitewater Oral Surgery Group’s Digital Media Library is where you will find many full-motion videos, 3D animations, clinical and before-and-after video files. By visiting the digital media library pages, you will be able to view video presentations of common and complex topics ranging from corrective jaw surgery, dental implant surgery, and wisdom tooth surgery. The Boise OMS Digital Media Library is a growing collection of Maxillofacial Surgery topics so be sure to check back.

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