Extend the Life of your Mouthguard

  1. Rinse well after each use.
  2. Air dry and keep in a storage case at a moderate temperature. Extreme temperatures can alter the shape of the mouthguard.
  3. Use a firm perforated storage case to prevent damage and allow air circulation.
  4. Cleaning your mouthguard regularly prevents debris from forming a hardened crust.
  5. You should regularly check your mouthguard before each use especially if you chew on it.
  6. If you have had a cold or the Flu, soak your mouthguard in mouthwash in its case for five minutes.
Note: A well cared for mouthguard should last a season.
If your mouthguard gets damaged or feels loose through wear and tear, have us inspect it or replace it with a new one. Continue your regular check-up visits to your Dentist.