Gel Pro Sports Mouthguards by Tribal - Play it Safe
Gel Pro Sports Mouthguards by Tribal - Play it Safe
Play it Safe with Tribal Mouthguards - Official Supplier of the Wallabies and Rugby Australia
Introducing the Tribal Gel Pro Sports Mouthguard - the perfect solution to protect against head, teeth, and jaw injuries during sporting activity.
Tribal's dual layer protection sports mouthguard is crafted from heavy-duty rubber with a semi-rigid exoskeletal frame and rear acrylic cushions. The integrated gel layer ensures a comfortable and snug fit that can be customised to the shape of your teeth and gums through its 'heat and fit' gel layer design.
Its double-sided design protects both upper and lower teeth, while the pre-contoured form provides an improved fit for maximum protection. Even with the jaws together, the integrated air holes at the front of the mouthguard offers maximum breathability.
Suitable for children over 11 years old and adults, the Tribal mouthguard comes with a protective case and can also be used with braces.
Choose the Tribal Gel Pro sports mouthguard for unparalleled protection against impact and injury.
Tribal Mouthguard Features
- Double sided gum shield to protect upper and lower teeth
- Includes a protective case
- Designed to reduce the effects of concussion, head and jaw injuries
- Constructed from heavy duty rubber
- Two later technology with a semi-rigid exoskeletal frame
- Rear acrylic gel cushions for shock absorbence
- Integrated air holes for maximum breathability
- Pre-contoured design for an improved fit
- Customisable gel layer for a comfortable and tight fit
- Heat and fit design
- Suitable for children over 11 years of age
- Suitable for use with braces
- Suitable for all adults
Dual layer rubber with internal heat mouldable gel comfort layer
Heat and Fit Instructions
You wil need:
1. A heat proof bowl
2. Freshly boiled water
3. A spoon or similar utensil
- Place the mouthguard into the bowl
- Pour freshly boiled water into the blow with enough water to fully submerge the mouth guard
- Wait for 60 secs. Do not leave your mouthguard longer than 60 seconds.
- Using a spoon or similar utensil to carefully remove mouthguard from hot water
- Allow mouthguard to cool to a comfortable temperature. Do not place mouthguard in mouth immediately after removing from the water
- With the aid of a mirror adjust your mouthguard to the correct level.
- Bite down first with the molars then work your way to your front teeth in order to get correct mold of your teeth.
- Remove mouthguard and let cool or run cold water over it.
- Once cool put on mouthguard and make sure it has a good firm fit.
- If mouthguard does not fit properly repeat the process again.
The result should be a snug, comfortable fit that stays in place, even during intense physical activity.
How to Care for Your Sports Mouth Guard
During normal use, mouth guards can easily become contaminated with saliva, dirt, bacteria, and fungus.
Here are some simple tips to care for your mouth guard and avoid running into problems:
Store it in a case when not in use
This will prolong its life and prevent it from getting lost or contaminated especially if carry yours a sports bag.
Use the right kind of storage container
You should the case that comes with the sports guard to store it after use and cleaning. It is important to make sure the case and sports guard is dry before storing. Storing the sports guard wet can encourage growth of mould and fungus.
Cleaning your mouth guard doesn’t have to take long or be a hassle. Keeping it simple is best.
On the days you wear it, use your toothbrush and toothpaste to give it a good scrub when you brush your teeth before bedtime. Rinse it thoroughly with cool water when you’re done and let it air dry. You can take this opportunity to give your case a quick clean, too.
Avoid the use of hot water for cleaning or rinsing since that could change the shape of your mouth guard. Similarly, exposure to high temperatures from other sources — such as direct sunlight — can also lead to changes in shape.
Deep clean at least once a week
To get rid of germs, you should deep clean your mouth guard at least once a week. The easiest way to do this is to put it in a bowl and cover it with an antibacterial solution such as Listerine mouth rinse or use a denture cleaning table in cold or Luke warm water. Never use hot water as this will change the fit of the gel layer.
Change your mouth guard every season or when damaged
Unfortunately, your mouth guard won’t last forever. Expect to buy a new one at the start of every season or when it becomes too damaged or worn. Pressure from your teeth, plus alternating between being wet and dry, all contribute to wearing it down over time.
If your mouth guard develops any tears or holes, you’ll need to replace it sooner than you may have expected. Another cause for early replacement is a significant change in fit — this may cause it to feel loose, or irritate your gums and teeth.
Proper care of your sports mouth guard is important
As you can see, caring for your mouth guard doesn’t have to be difficult, especially if you incorporate its upkeep into your usual tooth care routine. You likely already have all the supplies you need: toothpaste, toothbrush, and mouth rinse. Since your mouth guard is an important part of protecting your teeth when you’re participating in sports, ensure you get the maximum benefits from it by taking great care of it.
Shipping & Returns
Shipping & Returns
We offer standard shipping worldwide. Shipping costs will be displayed at the check-out screen after you enter your shipping address.
Returns and Refunds
We have a 7-day return policy, which means you have 7 days after receiving your item to request a return.
In accordance with the ACCC (Australia), you are entitled to a replacement or refund where item(s) are:
(1) Wrongly described
(2) Faulty or damaged
(3) Different from a sample shown to you
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We are not required by law to provide a refund if you simply change your mind.
Requesting a refund or replacement
To be eligible for a refund or replacement, the item must be in the same condition that you received it, unworn or unused in its original packaging. You’ll also need to provide the receipt or proof of purchase.
Due to the nature of our products, for hygiene reasons, we will never accept a return where the packaging has been opened, and/or the product has been handled or used.
To start a refund or replacement claim, please contact us by email at email@example.com
Please note that you will need to pay for postage costs to return the item(s) to us. The address for all returns is Level 1, 23-27 Macquarie Street, Parramatta, NSW, 2150
If eligible for a refund, it will be given in the same form of payment originally used for the purchase. When returning a defective item a note must be included stating the original order number and delivery address as well a description of the fault.
Damages and issues
Please inspect your order upon reception and contact us immediately if the item is defective, damaged or if you receive the wrong item, so that we can evaluate the issue and make it right.