Mouth Guards

Mouth Guards

Mouth guards – also known as night guards or sports guards – are designed to protect the teeth and jaw from damage. They are recommended by dentists for individuals of all ages who are at a higher risk for developing oral health problems due to grinding of the teeth, bite obstructions and impact sustained from contact sports. There are many types of dental guards, each of which are customized to fit the patient’s needs.

Mouth Guard

Mouth Gurad’s thickness according to patient’s. This makes the mouth guard extremely comfortable and lets you talk, breathe and drink while wearing it as if there was nothing there. Custom made personalized mouth guard is 30% stronger than conventional mouth guards.

Custom made personalized mouth guard is perforated

There are several reasons to why the perforations are important.

  • They help strengthen the material by oscillating under impact, pretty much like how bridges are built.
  • The perforations will help with the fitting of the material because it allows for the saliva to flow through the holes. This will give you a very snug fit, ensuring that your can communicate with your teammates – in an understandable way. You will also be able to breathe without problem when you wear custom made personalized Mouth Guard.
  • You will additionally experience less drooling when wearing your Custom made personalized mouth guard and best of all, you can drink with it in place.


  • 30% lower transfer of impact forces to the teeth
  • 90% better absorption of impact forces
  • 8 times higher tensile strength (toughness)
  • 30 times less deformation of the material upon impact


is made from a non-compressible, perforated material and doesn’t cave in under impact like conventional mouth guards do (30 times less deformation).

With the help of our special Diffusix™ technique, the impact force is distributed over larger areas, which means less risk of dental injury.

Diffusix technology works with unique impact-energy absorbing perforations and special “crumple zones which direct the impact forces away from the teeth (30% lower transfer of impact forces).