What about Boil and Bite Mouthguards, aren’t they as good?

Custom mouthguards are made from a high precision mould of an athlete’s mouth. Dental technicians create a custom mouthguard that is built to the exact specifications of the athlete’s mouth. Because of this process, custom mouthguards are viewed as more durable, safer...

How is MAX different from other store bought Mouthguards?

There are four basic classifications for mouthguards: Type 1 – stock mouthguard Type 2 – boil and bite mouthguard Type 3 – single layer vacuum formed Type 4 – pressure laminated mouthguards (MAX MOUTHGUARDS) I am sure you are well aware of the...

How do I clean and store my MAX Mouthguard

Here are some simple rules for cleaning your mouthguard: Rinse your mouthguard with water before and after each use Never use toothpaste, a toothbrush or mouthwash to clean it — they cause damage Store your mouthguard in its case, and clean the case often. DO NOT...

Why do I gag on my existing Mouthguard?

Gagging is affected by the cut of the mouthguard. If your mouthguard is too high or too long, it causes unwanted material where it isn’t needed. In order to keep from gagging, mouthguards must avoid the soft palate — the fleshy, flexible part toward the back of the...
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