Suitable for every sport, level and age. Ideal for non-contact, contact, stick and combat sports, here are just to name a few; Hand Ball, Water Polo, Rugby, Boxing, Hockey, Lacrosse, Kickboxing, MMA.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, in fact Saber Protect mouth guards are probably one of the best choices for professional sports players, as precise impact levels can be chosen. Multiple layers are fused together to ensure maximum protection against impact. Reinforcement layers are added for various sports depending on the level the sport is being played at.
Off-the-shelf and boil & bite mouth guards are simply out dated and potentially pose a risk to anybody wearing one. They usually don’t fit correctly and can fall out at that crucial moment. Saber Protect custom mouth guards give you extra protection and can keep you in the game longer. They also allow for easy breathing and rehydration during the game.
Yes you can. There are an endless array of colours and styles to choose from. You can even have flags, logos, emblems, names etc. Just let your dentist know what you would like your mouth guard to look like.
Saber Protect custom mouth guards are currently only available from a qualified dentists. To ensure your mouth guard fits perfectly we must receive accurate dental impressions which can be taken by your dentist.
Not at present. We require dental impressions taken by your dentist. This will ensure you will receive a mouth guard that fits precisely and gives you the maximum protection you require.
It usually takes around 5 days in our laboratory, but check with your dentist when they can get you booked back into the surgery.
You should replace your mouth guard as soon as it becomes to feel too loose or uncomfortable/tight. Either of these would imply that your teeth have shifted and the mouth guard may no longer be providing optimal protection.
Your mouth guard should be a fairly tight but still comfortable fit. If it’s uncomfortable tight or too loose you will need to contact your dentist about a replacement as your teeth may have shifted and the mouth guard may no longer be providing optimal protection.
Yes, our technicians will “block out” any gaps in your teeth so the mouth guard is still able to fit properly and provide the necessary protection.
Caring For Your Mouth Guards
We recommend that you clean your mouth guard regularly by lightly brushing the guard with a non-abrasive toothpaste and rinsing off in cool water.
We provide a storage case with every mouth guard for this very purpose, just keep it in the case in a cool area out of direct sunlight.
We recommend lightly brushing the guard with a non-abrasive toothpaste and rinsing off in cool water.