Elastoplast Adult Sport Mouthguard - Assorted colours

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Key Features

  • Protects against tooth, jaw and head damage
  • Mouldable for personalized fit
  • Ideal for contact sports
  • BPA & Latex Free


General Product Description

Elastoplast Sport Adult Mouthguard are used to prevent injury to the mouth, jaw and teeth while playing high-impact or contact sports such as football, hockey, boxing or MMA (mixed martial arts).

Using a well-fitted adult mouthguard helps avoid the possibility of dental complications from sport and preserves the integrity of the gums, teeth and jaw.

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.



Step 1 - Place Elastoplast Sport Mouthguard over upper teeth to test for correct size

Step 2 - If too long, trim back until comfortable size is achieved.

Step 3 - Practice pressing Mouthguard firmly to roof of mouth with tongue whilst biting on Mouthguard.

Step 4 - Place the guard in near-boiling water for 10 seconds. Remove with large spoon and shake off water.

Step 5 - Insert Mouthguard immediately in position and bite firmly but gently, to obtain even bite. (The guard whilst feeling warm, will not burn the mouth).

Step 6 - Whilst in this position, suck the Guard into place by exerting pressure with tongue against the roof of the mouth.

Step 7 - Mould Guard around the side of teeth with forefinger to ensure tonight custom fit.

Step 8 - Finally cool by immersing in cold water.

Step 9 - If the fit is unsatisfactory, repeat the procedure until satisfied.

Step 10 - When correctly fitted, your Elastoplast Sports Mouthguard will provide you with a personal fitting designed for your protection.



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.