Get a mold from A local dentist

If you prefer to GET a mold made by your local dentist, follow these instructions

DISCLAIMER: We do not recommend going to a dentist because most dental offices do not make the type of mold we require.

  1. Find a local dentist. Ask them "Can you take an impression of my upper arch so I can send it to a lab for a custom sports mouthguard?"
  2. Before they begin, show them the Dentist Instructions below. Politely ask them to “Please read the instructions thoroughly, because anything less than EXACTLY what the lab is asking for will not work.
  3. Text photos of your mold to 951-634-6708 before shipping it to us. If we receive a mold that does not meet our requirements, we will not be able to use it.
  4. Once we've approved your mold, follow the instructions on the Send In Your Own Mold page.

If you prefer to get a mold made by your local dentist, follow these instructions

DISCLAIMER: We do not recommend going to a dentist because most dental offices do not make the type of mold we require.

  1. Find a local dentist. Ask them "Can you take an impression of my upper arch so I can send it to a lab for a custom sports mouthguard?"
  2. Before they begin, show them the Dentist Instructions below. Politely ask them to “Please read the instructions thoroughly, because anything less than EXACTLY what the lab is asking for will not work.
  3. Text photos of your mold to 951-634-6708 before shipping it to us. If we receive a mold that does not meet our requirements, we will not be able to use it.
  4. Once we've approved your mold, follow the instructions on the Send In Your Own Mold page.

dentist instructions

“Hello Doctor! Below you will find detailed instructions on what our lab requires in order to make the type of High-end sports mouthguard that our customers expect from us. Anything less than what I've listed for you will not suffice, so please read thoroughly. I need the very best impression/model you can give me! We prefer a PVS impression that we can pour in our lab, but a stone model will do.” - Jeff Darr, owner of Mouthpiece Guy LLC

  1. Impression must extend past distal of 2nd molar and have full vestibule capture w/ borders & frenum attachments.
  2. A stainless steel, solid rim-lock tray works best.
  3. If PVS material is used, the impression can be sent as is. Use Monophase or Heavy Body impression material only.
  4. If alginate material is used, the impression must be poured right away and a model must be made.
  5. We do not need Mandibular impression or bite registration.

dentist INSTRUCTIONS

“Hello Doctor! Below you will find detailed instructions on what our lab requires in order to make the type of High-end sports mouthguard that our customers expect from us. Anything less than what I've listed for you will not suffice, so please read thoroughly. I need the very best impression/model you can give me! We prefer a PVS impression that we can pour in our lab, but a stone model will do.” - Jeff Darr, owner of Mouthpiece Guy LLC

  1. Model must extend past distal of 2nd molar and have full vestibule capture w/ borders & frenum attachments.
  2. Model must be poured in ortho stone or lab stone with minimal bubbles. Do not use soft white plaster or hard die stone.
  3. DO NOT MODEL TRIM! We need a tall, wide base that we can trim down in our lab.
  4. We do not need Mandibular model or bite registration.
  1. Impression must extend past distal of 2nd molar and have full vestibule capture w/ borders & frenum attachments.
  2. A stainless steel, solid rim-lock tray works best.
  3. If PVS material is used, the impression can be sent as is. Use Monophase or Heavy Body impression material only.
  4. If alginate material is used, the impression must be poured right away and a model must be made.
  5. We do not need Mandibular impression or bite registration.
  1. Model must extend past distal of 2nd molar and have full vestibule capture w/ borders & frenum attachments.
  2. Model must be poured in ortho stone or lab stone with minimal bubbles. Do not use soft white plaster or hard die stone.
  3. DO NOT MODEL TRIM! We need a tall, wide base that we can trim down in our lab.
  4. We do not need Mandibular model or bite registration.

Can’t find a local dentist? We have other fitting optionS to choose from.

If you prefer TO GET a mold made by your local dentist, follow these instructions

DISCLAIMER: We do not recommend going to a dentist because most dental offices do not make the type of mold we require.

  1. Find a local dentist. Ask them "Can you take an impression of my upper arch so I can send it to a lab for a custom sports mouthguard?"
  2. Before they begin, show them the Dentist Instructions below. Politely ask them to “Please read the instructions thoroughly, because anything less than EXACTLY what the lab is asking for will not work.
  3. Text photos of your mold to 951-634-6708 before shipping it to us. If we receive a mold that does not meet our requirements, we will not be able to use it.
  4. Once we've approved your mold, follow the instructions on the Send In Your Own Mold page.

dentist instructions

“Hello Doctor! Below you will find detailed instructions on what our lab requires in order to make the type of High-end sports mouthguard that our customers expect from us. Anything less than what I've listed for you will not suffice, so please read thoroughly. I need the very best impression/model you can give me! We prefer a PVS impression that we can pour in our lab, but a stone model will do.” - Jeff Darr, owner of Mouthpiece Guy LLC

  1. Impression must extend past distal of 2nd molar and have full vestibule capture w/ borders & frenum attachments.
  2. A stainless steel, solid rim-lock tray works best.
  3. If PVS material is used, the impression can be sent as is. Use Monophase or Heavy Body impression material only.
  4. If alginate material is used, the impression must be poured right away and a model must be made.
  5. We do not need Mandibular impression or bite registration.
  1. Model must extend past distal of 2nd molar and have full vestibule capture w/ borders & frenum attachments.
  2. Model must be poured in ortho stone or lab stone with minimal bubbles. Do not use soft white plaster or hard die stone.
  3. DO NOT MODEL TRIM! We need a tall, wide base that we can trim down in our lab.
  4. We do not need Mandibular model or bite registration.

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