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Old 09-21-2004, 09:52 AM
spinksjinx
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Originally Posted by NichtGeflechten
Try fitting that into a standard protector....you may have to do some "persuading" but if you get it to fit you can use permanent dental adhesive to fit the molded piece into the one size fits all....I've done it for people a few times, try looking for a surgical supply house.


How is that for safety?

I was looking at

http://www.customguards.com

Im thinking about just ordering one of their kits for impressions and send it back to them for like 50-80 bucks.
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