Bring water to a rolling boil. Remove water from heat source. Let water stand for 30 seconds, then place mouthguard in water for 60 seconds. Do not exceed 60 seconds.
How do you mold a mouthguard in boiling water?
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.
How long do you leave a football mouth guard in your mouth after boiling it?
Leave it here for about 15 or 20 seconds, pressing your tongue against the roof of your mouth to get a tight fit. Cooling: Cool the mouthguard in cold water or just by leaving it out to air dry (some mouthguards should not be placed in cool water, and will say as much on their directions).
Can you’re boil mouthguards?
Place the mouthguard into cold water to set it fully.
If the mouthguard isn’t quite right, you can repeat the process of boiling and molding it to reshape your mouthguard again.
Upper guards are typically recommended because they don’t remove easily compared to lower teeth nightguard. Dentists favor lower guards because they are often more comfortable and easier to get used to. The ideal night guard should protect all your teeth while not affecting your natural bite.
How many times can you remold a mouthguard?
SISU Mouthguards can be remolded up to 20 times. Simply, drop it back in the hot water and watch it go back to its original flat shape.
How do I know if my night guard fits properly?
If you are biting or clenching your teeth to keep your mouthguard in place while wearing it, your mouth guard does not fit. As stated before, your mouthguard should always stay securely and tightly on your upper teeth without falling or shifting.
Can you boil a battle oxygen mouthguard?
No boiling required, boiling is a thing of the past – this is the new standard in comfort, protection, and performance. Available with convertible strap.