Victory Mouthguards

Custom Made Mouthguards


Since man has engaged in competition there has always been the desire to train harder, to dominate, and to succeed where others have failed. High Performance mouthguards take athletes to a whole new level of compete as they not only reduce the risk of injury but also may enhance athletic performance.*


It is our belief and driving philosophy that the mouthguard an athlete chooses is at least as important as their other protective gear, or even more so. The mouthguard an athlete chooses to wear should be considered as critical in their protection as their helmet, footwear, or padding. With over to 15 years of experience in the dental field, and specific training as a hospital-based dentist, Dr. Cichon has a wealth of experience in dealing with and treating sports-related facial trauma and has developed a passion for protecting athletes of all ages against it. Dr. Cichon is a member of the Alberta Dental Association and College, the Canadian Dental Association, the American Dental Association, the Academy of General Dentistry, the American Society of Dental Anaesthesia, and a past member of the American Association of Hospital Dentists.


Southport Dental Care custom fabricates and fits high performance EVA laminated mouthguards to protect athletes of all ages against sports injuries and dental trauma and to help them raise their performance to previously unachieved levels. Dr. Cichon is currently a team dentist and provider of custom fabricated mouthguards for Luge Canada. He is an outdoor enthusiast who loves hunting, fishing, hiking and all things sports. He is a past supporter of the Calgary Colts junior football team and proud supporter of Calgary minor hockey, the Calgary Hitmen, Calgary Amateur Boxing and Mixed Martial Arts. Dr. Cichon is a CFL junkie and Calgary Flames zealot.


*Roettger M. Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry. May 2010

*GarnerDP et al. Strength & Conditioning Research. Oct 2011 Vol 25 (10) pp 2866-2871

*Garner DP et al. Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry. July/Aug 2009. Vol 30 (2)