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12-02-2011, 08:54 AM
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Originally Posted by nullterm View Post
I found that waiting a few seconds longer in the water than the directions say. The guard just starts losing it's shape (almost like a wet noodle) and becomes very easy to mold. Then pop it in, suck all the air out of your mouth and press with your lips, cheeks, tongue. Or fingers. Have a cold glass of water ready to cool it and your mouth off when set.

Don't bite very hard or your bottom teeth with just go through it as it's really soft.

Conforms to your teeth and get a great fit.

* Not responsible for ruined guards or burns. Bout the same risk as drinking coffee, just make sure boiling water is off.
Not just referring to your post, but I really want some info about dentist made mouthguards only. I appreciate your answers though. Because it's a rule in Sweden to have a mouthguard made by a dentist. You can get a penalty for illegal equipment if you use a different mouthguard (this never happens) and your insurance is not valid if you get hurt

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