CFR Adult Professional Mouthguard

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CFR Adult Professional Mouthguard


This High Quality mouthguard is perfect for Boxing, MMA, Muay Thai and Jiu-Jitsu!  It is designed specifically with combat sports in mind and will protect your mouth during sparring, rolling and any other type of training that recommends wearing mouth protection.  
Warning:  Sparring without a mouthguard can result in serious dental Fractures, Avultions and Luxations  ALWAYS wear a mouth guard when sparring or rolling to prevent dental injuries

Benefits

 

  • Prevention of Dental Injuries
  • Keeps your mouth jaw secure during training and sparring
  • Lightweight and comfortable for all-day wear.
  • Breathable, moisture-wicking material is durable and soft
  • Lightweight and comfortable for all-day wear.
  • One size fits all!

 

How to Use

- STEP 1: GATHER THE NECESSARY ITEMS FOR MOLDING A MOUTHGUARD

Before you begin, make sure you have everything you need for molding a mouthguard. You’ll need:

  • Mouthguard
  • Boiling water
  • Tongs
  • Ice water (if needed, check mouthguard instructions)
  • Towel

- STEP 2: BOIL THE MOUTHGUARD

Boil water in a small pot – just enough to submerge the mouthguard. Check the instructions that came with the guard for the correct amount of time required. Generally, the mouthguard needs to be heated until you can mold the mouthguard, but not to the point where it is too pliable or melted. Tip: the water will boil faster if you keep a lid on the pot.

- STEP 3: REMOVE THE MOUTHGUARD FROM THE BOILING WATER

Carefully remove the guard from the boiling water with its fitting handle, tongs, or a spoon to protect both your hands and the mouthguard. If using tongs, be careful not to squeeze the mouthguard too tightly, as this could deform it. Quickly place the mouthguard on the towel to blot off excess water, let it cool just long enough not to burn your mouth, and quickly get it into your mouth.

Adjust the guard against your upper front teeth, then push it up and back against your molars with your thumbs. Firmly bite down against your bottom teeth and suck the guard against your top teeth. Press your tongue against the roof of your mouth, creating a tight fit and molding the mouthguard to your teeth. This should take about 15 or 20 seconds. Do not move the mouthguard in your mouth.

- STEP 4: COOL THE MOUTHGUARD

Cool your mouthguard by immersing it in cold water or letting it air dry. Check the instructions that came with your mouthguard to make sure cooling in cold water is recommended. Be careful not to let the edges curl over. Let it cool for a few minutes and test the fit. You should be able to keep the guard tight against your top teeth without having to hold it there with your tongue. If it doesn’t fit, you can remold it by starting the process over.

Following these steps on how to mold a mouthguard should give you a near-custom fit that lasts. Check your mouthguard frequently and replace it if you notice that the edges are jagged or if it is deformed.


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