Stop thumb sucking,
with AeroThumb.

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.

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FDA Listed.

Don’t waste time with foul-tasting liquids, cheaply-made gloves, or elbow restriction devices that are made in China. As a soft, flexible, and comfortable medical device, our patented Thumb Guard has been thoroughly tested and is made to the highest standards. It’s even covered by some insurance policies.

>95% Effective. Satisfaction Guaranteed.

Several clinical studies, as well as our own empirical evidence, have demonstrated that our products stop thumb sucking in over 95% of cases. Most parents will see positive results within 7 days.

Made in USA.

Our products are manufactured and assembled here in the United States. All of our materials are 100% BPA-free and contain no harmful phthalates. With a TGuard thumb sucking guard, you can break the thumb sucking habit with 100% peace of mind.

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!

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Ventilated.

Air vents provide a consistently cool and moisture-free environment throughout the thumb sucking treatment.

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Comfortable.

Flexible, ergonomic shape ensures your child stops the thumb sucking habit in the most comfortable way possible.

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Fun.

Kids love to choose a different multi-colored lockband every day! Each kit contains 30 wristbands in various colors.

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Secure.

Instalocks not only simplify adjustment, but provide a peace-of-mind that the device is locked and cannot be removed.

How does TGuard work?


It's simple:

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?

Sure, it’s a cute habit..but it’s one with potentially serious consequences. Left untreated, thumb sucking can lead to:

Prolonged sucking can affect the development of the teeth and jaw. Called “malocclusion”, this condition is very serious and the dental work required to fix it can cost hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars.

Every time your child puts their thumbs in their mouth, they also introduce all of the germs they picked up since they last sucked. This causes frequent illness.

With a thumb in their mouth, children are less likely to engage with adults and peers. This effectively slows their social development.

Thumb sucking is a very convenient focus for bullies, and can be the source of serious social trauma. Worse, the stress from being bullied compels children to suck more, which creates a harmful negative self-reinforcing loop.

Thumb sucking can pose serious risks to your child’s health, but the severity of those damaging effects depend on how often and how vigorously the child sucks their thumbs. At best, the habit can isolate your child in social situations. At worst, it can cause thousands of dollars of corrective dental work down the line, and lifelong issues with self-esteem.

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. Our own customers agree: TGuard works! We’re confident that you too will find success with our products, and break the thumb sucking habit once and for all.

5/5

Dr. Laila Hishaw, DDS

Pediatric Dentist, Author.

“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.”

5/5

Dr. Jane A. Soxman, DDS

Diplomate American Board of Pediatric Dentistry.

5/5

Dr. Jay Levitt, DDS

Pediatric Dentist.

“Even though my son was only 18 months old i wanted to stop his constant thumbsucking habit. i found your product through practicon dental supply. Initially i was very skeptical, but he quit sucking in about 3 weeks, the appliance was a little big for his hand but it still worked. Being a children’s dentist, i now have a relatively inexpensive resource for my patients.”

5/5

Dr. Perry Patel, DDS

Pediatric Dentist.

“I used your TGuard appliance on my six year old daughter. I had tried to curb her thumb sucking habit through educating her on its detrimental effects to her dentition. When she was willing to try and discontinue her habit, I tried using a fixed habit appliance. After 6 months with her fixed appliance she was still trying to suck her thumb. She was my toughest case. Then I used your TGuard thumb habit appliance. In 1 week I removed her fixed appliance. Within 3 weeks her habit completely stopped. Your appliance worked great. My daughter said it was comfortable and she found it highly effective in curbing not only her ability to suck her thumb, but also her desire to suck her thumb.”

5/5

Dr. Kyle Jackson, DDS

Pediatric Dentist.

5/5

Dr. Janie Chai, MD

Pediatrician

Are you ready to break the thumb sucking habit today?