"Jaws" Adult Mouthguard

Protects against tooth, jaw and head damage

  • Cushions impact in contact sport
  • Moulds for a personalised fit
  • BPA & Latex Free
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The Elastoplast “Jaws” Adult Mouthguard is used to prevent injury to the mouth, jaw and teeth while playing high-impact sports such as football, hockey, boxing or MMA (mixed martial arts).

 

Using a well-fitted sports mouthguard helps avoid the possibility of dental complications from any impact to the gums, teeth and jaw. With its unique “Jaws” design, this sports mouthguard will help you stand out from the pack.

 

The Elastoplast Sport Mouthguard is a ‘boil and bite’ product. It uses thermoplastic (BPA and latex free) that moulds to the shape of your teeth and jaw. This provides a snug fit and maximum support against impact.

Code Size Quantity Colour
76097 Adult 1 Black & White


Other Elastoplast Sport Mouthguards:

Place Elastoplast Sport mouthguard over upper teeth to test for size
If too long, trim back until comfortable size is achieved
Practice pressing mouthguard firmly to roof of mouth with tongue whilst biting on mouthguard
Practice pressing mouthguard firmly to roof of mouth with tongue whilst biting on mouthguard
Insert mouthguard immediately in position and bite firmly but gently to obtain even bite. (The Guard whilst feeling warm will not burn the mouth).
Whilst in this position, suck the mouthguard into place whilst exerting pressure with tongue against the roof of the mouth.
Mould mouthguard around the side of the teeth with forefinger to ensure tight fit.
Mould mouthguard around the side of the teeth with forefinger to ensure tight fit.
Finally remove and cool by immersing in cold water.
When correctly fitted your Elastoplast Sport Mouthguard will provide you with a personal fitting designed for your protection.

IMPORTANT

It is recommended that after each use the Elastoplast Sports Mouthguard be washed in a mild antiseptic, then rinsed in clean water under a tap and dry thoroughly before replacing in your personal mouthguard container.
  1. 1. How do I fit a mouthguard?

    1. Practice pressing the mouthguard firmly to the roof of your mouth with your tongue, suck back a bit, and bite down with your teeth. You’ll be doing this for real in a minute.

    2. Get out two bowls. Fill one with boiling water and the other with cold water. Make sure there will be enough room to full submerge the mouthguard.

    3. While the boiling water is still very hot, use a fork to place your mouthguard under the hot water so it is fully submerged.

    4. Let the mouthguard soak in the boiling water for 20-30 seconds.

    5. Once soft, use your fork to lift the mouthguard out of the bowl of boiling water and put it straight into bowl of cold water.

    6. Let the mouthguard sit in the cold water for 3-5 seconds. This is just to make the mouthguard cool enough to put in your mouth, but still warm enough to be mouldable.

    7. Bite down on the mouthguard using the technique you practiced in step 1. Hold for one minute. Bite firm, but not too hard.

    8. If the mouthguard still feels loose, you’ll need to remould it starting from step 3.

    9. Once you have the right fit, remove your sports mouthguard and put it back into the bowl of cold water to set the plastic.