No More Pain From Braces

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The Lip Protector is a flexible clear shield that goes over your orthodontic braces covering the front of your brackets from one end of your mouth to the other, protecting your lips and cheeks.

The Lip Protector was designed to hold onto the wire of your braces and cover the brackets that cut and cause sores and infections. By holding onto the wire, it doesn't impede the movement of the teeth. Inside the Lip Protector are circles that open and close to attach to the arch wire. If any of these circles do not align with the spaces between your brackets, you can cut them off with a pair of scissors to create a custom fit. The Lip Protector enables musicians to play their instruments without the pain caused by pushing against the lips. The Lip Protector can be used for light contact sports where a mouth guard is not necessary. The Lip Protector is made of MEDICAL GRADE material and contains NO LATEX.

Here are more benefits:

-Great for musical instruments
-Recommended for patients 13 & under for light sports
-Increased patient comfort
-Reduces lacerations---helps reduce infection
-Can be worn while sleeping
-Easy to use and clean
-Saves money by eliminating use of wax

Our test patients tell us they love the Lip Protector. Imagine being able to blow a trumpet or play light contact sports without pain due to the cushion effect of the Lip Protector guarding against light pressures or accidental blows to the mouth and cheeks, or how nice it is to wake up in the morning without canker sores caused by abrading brackets and wires. That's what the LIP PROTECTOR offers!


Amy, who played first trumpet in her high school band, practiced four hours a day. After getting braces, practice was unbearable. The braces were pushing against her lip and causing ulcers and bleeding. We actually considered removing the braces. Our Orthodontist heard about a new product on the market, called the Lip Protector. After wearing the Lip Protector, Amy was able to continue playing the trumpet without pain.
-Linda H.
(Nurse Practitioner)

My daughter Kaitlin (age 11) found the Lip Protector a huge help while playing on her local soccer team. She liked the fact that she didn't have to take the Lip Protectors out of her mouth when she wanted to talk or when she needed to drink water during the game.
-Leslie H.

I got my braces at the age of 52. No one told me that adults have more pain from braces than kids. I found myself using wax to try and relieve the pain. I swallowed a ton of wax with my coffee! The wax just wasn't working. A friend told me about the Lip Protector. It saved my sanity.
-Christy S.
(Registered Nurse)