Everyone agrees that children's overall health, intellectual performance, and harmonious development are all improved by organized physical activity. The purpose of this study is to find out if young athletes' oral health differs from that of kids who don't participate in competitive sports. Using clinically determined indices, a total of children between the ages of, football players, hockey players, and those in the control group were split into groups based on their activity, age, and biological sex. The children were then assessed for oral hygiene, dental health, and periodontal health. Statistical analysis revealed substantial differences between the groups, with athletes, independent of age, sex, or activity, having lower (better) scores.