TGuard AeroFinger


(57 customer reviews)

NEW! Break the finger sucking habit quickly and comfortably, with our newly redesigned AeroFinger treatment kit, which can cover any two adjacent fingers, on any hand. On sale for a limited time only!

Why is TGuard™ recommended the most?

  • AeroFinger™ takes less than 4 weeks to completely break the habit. Most see results in 1 week.
  • AeroFinger™ is made out of soft and flexible, FDA-listed, medical grade plastic, and is manufactured in the USA. The product is 100% BPA and phthalate free.
  • It has a success rate greater than 95%.
  • We offer a 30 day, money-back guarantee.


New and recommended! Our redesigned FingerGuard is finally here, and is guaranteed to break the finger sucking habit in a way that maximizes comfort. Meet AeroFinger®, the newest version of our highly successful finger sucking kit. Based on the same principles as our other products, AeroFinger breaks the suction that children who suck their fingers crave. It’s highly ergonomic design will fit on your child’s hand like a soft glove, and the ventilated holes on the side will ensure a cool air flow.

The AeroFinger™ covers any two adjacent fingers and can fit on either hand. 

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

If you have any questions, please visit our FAQs for more information.

Kit Contents

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

  • 1 Ambidextrous AeroFinger appliance, that can be worn over any two adjacent fingers, on any hand
  • 30 bracelets: fun to wear, and multi-colored, so children can choose a new color every day!
  • One set of instructions
  • Reward Chart + Stickers

Sizing Chart

SIZE CHART: Age / Weight Age: 0 to 4 (under 40 lbs) Age: 5 to 6 (between 40 and 55 lbs) Age: 7+ (more than 55 lbs)
Recommended Appliance Size Small Medium Large

The chart shown above will work for the majority of children. If your child is in between sizes (for example, an almost 5 year old who weighs 40 pounds), choose a smaller size if you expect the child to resist the treatment. Also, consider the child’s height: if the child is very tall for their age, use a smaller size, since their fingers tend to be longer and thinner. The only important parameter in sizing is the diameter of the finger in regards to the tubes.

Please know that children under 3 are more likely to switch from thumb to finger sucking, or vice-versa, due to their habit not being fully matured. If you see that the child switches from thumb to finger sucking, please contact us.

Video And Instructions



Click here to download AeroFinger instructions.


57 reviews for TGuard AeroFinger

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  1. We broke the habit in 10 days with the help of this tool. My daughter (2 years 8m) hated it on the first day but got excited about putting it on subsequent days. We are well over 3months after the treatment and the sucking is definitely gone!! Would recommend.
    Down side is , I found it a big too big and bulky and I had to cut off some parts ( the part that went in between her fingers) to make it more comfortable for her.

  2. It helped my 18 month old break the habit after 1.5 month

  3. This product has been a lifesaver! It’s a miracle product. We have a 3.5 YO that loved to suck her middle two fingers. We tried everything else and nothing worked. We slipped on the TGuard, and followed the instructions and it worked like a charm! She no longer sucks her fingers and doesn’t even ask to. We did it for 60 days instead of the suggested 30 as she had quite an intense habit and would suck the fingers overnight. HIGHLY recommend this product! Don’t doubt, just buy it.

  4. Program worked so well! From the device itself to the star chart. Our daughter took to the program so well and she broke the habit much faster than we expected.

  5. My Daughter finally broke the habit! My daughter started sucking her two fingers at 2 months old and couldn’t stop, well with this beauty she stopped at 8 years old. We used this method after many failed attempts, but in no way did we use this as punishment. we spoke with her about it first and we had it around the house until she was ready. She was exited to chose the color of her band and even more exited to add another star to her calendar. She only wore it for 15 days! She probably could’ve stopped at 1 week! But she decided to keep on on a little longer. So grateful for this invention, I wish I would’ve known about it sooner!

  6. The T guard surely change the game in my child’s thumb sucking. It greatly reduced his sucking and he has eventually stopped the habit.
    While the bracelet were colorful, he soon learnt how to manoeuvre it but nonetheless the T guard was wonderful and broke the habit.

  7. Broke the habit completely! I recommend this to any moms with toddlers with the habit. Such a life saver!

  8. My 14 month old sucked her index finger and it was preventing her teeth from coming in properly. I made the decision to use the small TGuard AeroFinger on her now rather than waiting and I’m SO glad I did! It took her about an hour to adjust to wearing it. She wore it 24/7 for a few days. Then I would let her go a few hours in the evening before bed without it. she only had to wear it while sleeping after about a week, and was completely broke from sucking her finger within about 2-3 weeks. So glad I made the investment and even more glad I did it while she was still so little.

  9. My 4.5 year old has sucked her fingers all her life, night and day. During Covid, that became a serious health issue. I’ve been trying to break her habit for well over a year. After trying every other suggested trick, I bought these, very pricy when you live in Canada. We are 6 weeks into our journey and here are my thoughts:
    1) product works but kids are smart and can escape them (I had to tape them onto her hands so she couldn’t skip her fingers out).
    2) the thin wrist bands for securing the guards cut into my kids’ wrists and required padding under to avoid sores. Also rubs between fingers and creates sores so bandaids were needed there
    3) kids are resilient. Mine has had no trouble living life normally with these guards on both hands 24/7.
    This has been the only product/method with ANY success for us. Now my daughter takes them off during the day (while supervised) and then wears them at night. It’s been a life saver, but not easy. Will be worth it in the end.

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