1. Tongue Check
If your mouthguard is fitted properly you should not be able to remove it with your tongue. Since SISU is a custom fit mouthguard,it should fit snug on your teeth.
If you find your SISU Mouthguard is too tight, put the entire guard back in the hot water and remold it using less suction.On the other hand, if your guard keeps falling out, try remolding it with more suction.
When you fit your SISU mouthguards it’s crucial that your teeth are properly aligned with the non-perforated portion of the mouthgurad. Use the bite pads as a guide, your teeth belong on them.
3. Covered Teeth
After you’ve molded your guard, it should cover the outer surfaces of your teeth and not the roof of your mouth. SISU acts as a shield and cannot protect anything if it’s on the inside of your teeth.
With a properly fitted SISU, you should be able to speak almost completely naturally. If you have too much material on the inside or roof of your mouth, it can cause a very noticeable and uncomfortable lisp.Try to say “SISU”, if it comes out with a heavy lisp, you should check your fit.
Remember to not trim SISU, this will void the warranty. Since SISU is so streamlined, every part is an important player when it comes to getting the most protection.
The SISU Mouthguard uses perforations to deflect force away from your teeth and into the scientifically designed crumple zones. This is why it’s super important that you aren’t biting or stretching the perforations.
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