TGuard has been breaking the thumb sucking habit for over 25 years.
Since 1995, dental health professionals have recommended TGuard to stop thumb sucking, more than any other product on the market. Why? Because TGuard breaks the thumb sucking habit quickly, effectively, and at a much cheaper cost than intraoral appliances.
Designed to be effective, yet comfortable. Breaking the habit while your child plays freely.
Soft, flexible, but resistant to stretching. Our FDA listed, medical grade material strikes the perfect balance between maximum comfort and durability. The best part? Unlike other devices that restrict movement, our devices don’t prevent your child from writing, drawing, eating, or playing!
How does TGuard work?
no suction = no pleasure.
From birth, children have a natural born instinct to suck in order to get nourishment. This sucking feeling, or suction, over time becomes associated with warmth and comfort, and by itself, provides pleasure.
Our thumb sucking guards do not prevent the thumb from going in the mouth, but they do prevent suction from forming, so there’s no longer any pleasure left in the habit. Without the pleasure, children have no incentive to continue. This method of thumb sucking treatment is highly effective in helping children break the habit quickly and pain-free.
Why stop thumb sucking in the first place?
TGuard AeroThumb is the top choice among Health Professionals.
Dental Health professionals recognize just how effective TGuard is as a device to stop the thumb sucking habit. They recommend our product more than any other, and customers are happy too. We’re confident that you too will find success with our products!
“Aerothumb’s new design offers a superior device to cease thumb sucking for all ages. Various sizes, simplified adjustment and a flexible, contoured shape with air vents create more comfort for your patient and ease of adjustment for the caregiver. With consistent use, we can rely on cessation of a thumb sucking habit. Rave reviews of success from caregivers make for a win-win for our practice and those who rely on our recommendations.”