So, judging from the "a" before the mouthguard, just a top one would work fine? Thanks for the help.
Originally Posted by Kidspatula
I prefer a double sided mouthguard, personally. IT makes it easier to keep your mouth closed so you don't get your jaw rocked as easily when you get hit.
Originally Posted by sponge008
Does this look good? The jaw stabilization looks attractive since again, I have jaw problems.
<------------ That is a visual representation of my grappling skill .
Originally Posted by sasquatch989
This is a link to the mouth peice I was talking about .
I don't know anything about it .. but there it is .
Originally Posted by ghost55
“I don't mean to sound bitter, cold, or cruel, but I am, so that's how it comes out.”
Originally Posted by WFMurphyPhD
For future searchers: Orthodontist said boil-and-bite does not work with braces and that the one Monkey and I posted is the (only?) one that works with braces.
Edit: the one I posted on the first page
I have a custom mouth guard. It cost me 116.00 and I feel it was well worth the money. It has a very low profile, forms perfectly to my teeth, and just all around better fit inside my mouth. I highly recomend it to anyone who wears a mouth guard everyday.
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