Keystone Industries Pro-form Fun Guards keep the fun in sports

Cherry Hill, N.J. – Playing sports is all about fun. That’s why Keystone Industries has a line of Pro-form mouthguards that are called Fun Guards to keep the fun in sports while protecting teeth and heads from injury. The Fun Guard line has various styles and colors to match any team or preference for athletes of all levels.


The wilderness mouthguard is a great looking mouthguard that provides Pro-form protection

Fun Guards come in many different styles such as polkadots and fangs. Is there anything more intimidating than fangs? Tie-Dye colors add a splash of color to the mouthguards as they come in several different styles: Patriot, Wilderness, Midnight, Shamrock, Flamingo and Rainbow. The Tie Dye Laminates come in packs of six.

Pro-form Fun Guards have all the benefits and great fit as any other Pro-form mouthguard. The material is two laminated layers of soft EVA to give it excellent tinsel strength. Overall, the mouthguards deliver the highest level of protection, retention, comfort and fit without hindering speech or breathing during athletic activity. A custom-fit mouthguard is superior to typical boil-and-bite mouthguards because of its excellent fit and retention. In addition, Pro-form mouthguards are thin and comfortable enough while still maintaining shape and protection long after other mouthguards have worn out.

Advantages of Pro-form:

  • Increased oxygen intake for maximum performance and endurance during competition
  • Improved speech for clear communication on the field of competition
  • Natural comfort with a secure fit
  • Maximum impact dispersion and protection against tooth damage
  • Custom fit for any size mouth
  • Myriad color options to meet the needs of patients, including new glitter form.

For more information on Pro-form’s mouthguards or any Keystone products, contact Keystone Industries toll-free at 1 (800) 333-3131 or fax (856) 663-0381.

Keystone Industries, 616 Hollywood Avenue, Cherry Hill, NJ 08002.


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