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MED et al, Inc. is proud to offer one of the only products on the market that is designed specifically to break the finger sucking habit, called TGuard FingerGuard™. FingerGuard™, which can go on any two adjacent fingers, works the same way that ThumbGuard™ does: it disrupts the vacuum / suction that makes finger sucking so addictive

NOTE: If your child sucks fingers on both hands, or you have seen them switch from hand to hand before, please select the “2 Hand Set” option above. We will include an additional appliance, and enough bracelets for a full, 30 days, two-hand treatment.

To find out more about TGuard Technology, and how our products work to stop the thumb sucking habit, check out our TGuard Technology page.

Each kit comes with everything you need to stop the finger sucking habit. This includes:

  • 1 Ambidextrous FingerGuard appliance, that can be worn over any TWO adjacent fingers
  • 30 bracelets: fun to wear, and multi-colored, so children can choose a new color every day!
  • One set of instructions

Key Facts

Why is FingerGuard recommended the most?

  • FingerGuard takes less than 4 weeks to completely break the habit.
  • FingerGuard is made out of FDA-listed, medical grade plastic, and is manufactured in the USA.
  • It has a success rate greater than 90%. If worn correctly, the success rate is greater than 95%.
  • We offer a 30 day, money-back guarantee.

Sizing Chart

SIZING CHARTAge: 3 to 4Age: 5 to 6Age: 7+
Recommended Appliance SizeSmallMediumLarge

Please note that for children younger than 3, the small size can still be used. HOWEVER, the success rate cannot be claimed to be 95%, because very young children are more likely to switch from thumb to finger sucking, or vice-versa, due to their habit not being fully matured.

If your child is between sizes, please see our “sizing guidelines FAQ”.




Mar 18, 2015 by Julie
Are You A Dentist Or A Parent?: Parent 

I was skeptical that this product would really help my 3-year-old nix a habit she had since infancy. I was also prepared for the process to take a month or even longer. Yet within just one week, my child completely stopped sucking her thumb. She is happier and so am I!
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Successful - very happy

Mar 11, 2015 by Maria
Are You A Dentist Or A Parent?: Parent 

My son starting sucking his thumb before he was three months old. He never took the dummy and he was sucking the thumb when he was feeling tired or to sleep. But more and more he was sucking his thumb when he was in front of new situations, feeling fears, being shy. He had his thumb infected a couple of times. We wanted to try to stop him shaking the thumb but we were recommended not to do it because he was only 2 years old. We tried with liquids in his nail but it didn't worked. Then I read about this product and we ordered it. The first time we tried he screamed for one hour. I was not prepared to it and ask my husband to postpone it, the kid was only 2 years old. We waited and repeated again when he was 2 years and a half, and it was completely different. First day he refused it a bit, and at night he cried a bit. We gave him a teddy bunny to hug while he was falling asleep.
Then he soon started accepted the Tguard, he was repeating that it was to help him to have his thumb sane again. He had sone wounds in his hand but we didn't remove it. We cleaned it from regularly and he got used to it. To the point that he was able to take the thumb out but he was putting it back again.
He never tried to suck the other thumb but he was biting the plastic some times.
After 40 days we decided to take it out... He said he didn't want.
He did not suck his thumb for days, we were impressed, even to sleep.
After two months, we realised that he had again a small wound in his thumb, we observed him, and then realised he was sometimes sucking his thumb sometimes at night when he was too tired or upset. We put the Tguard back again, which he accepted very well. Kept it for about three weeks more, and removed it again. He has not sucked his thumb ani more. We are so proud of him. We think that he even started speaking more when he stopped sucking the thumb, and also interacting better with other kids.
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Very pleased so far

Mar 03, 2015 by T. Davis
Are You A Dentist Or A Parent?: Parent 

I must say that I was skeptical at first... However, NOT ANYMORE! I started using this product on my 20 month old, February 20th... Might I add, he was a habitual thumb sucker--24/7! The first day was slightly painful for us all, as he cried for about 30 minutes--wanting us to remove it from his hand. However, he went to sleep that night without his thumb and slept fine throughout the entire night. Fast forwarding to this past Sunday, March 1st. I decided not to put the guard on him, as I had been testing this for a few hours here and there each day, just to see what he would do. Well, the entire day went by and he never once put his finger in his mouth--however, he has began to put the side of his hand in his mouth to soothe himself when crying, but he does not suck the hand. Needless to say, we have now been three days without the guard and haven't relapsed once. Therefore, it only took 8 days to break him... I am VERY pleased and his teeth have already began moving back in place--AMAZING! If anything changes,I will definitely submit another review :)
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