New and recommended! We are glad to present the newest version of our highly successful thumb sucking treatment kit: AeroThumb®! Based on the same principles as our TGuard Classic, AeroThumb’s improved design offers a comfortable and ergonomic fit that will fit on your child’s hand like a glove. Ventilated holes ensure cool air flow, which allows the device to be worn without any worry of condensation build up. More adjustment resolution means you can get a tighter, more precise fit.
In short, our new design is more comfortable, more ergonomic, and is far more effective than our 20 year old classic design.
If you are looking for a guaranteed way to stop thumb sucking in 4 weeks or less, without causing pain or discomfort, then look no further. Most parents see results after only ONE week of using AeroThumb, making it one of the most recommended solutions to break the habit.
Please note: Most children switch from one thumb to the other, when you apply the TGuard. For that reason, we recommend purchasing two treatment kits, one for each hand.
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 treatment kit contains everything you need to stop the thumb sucking habit for one hand, within 30 days.
- 1 Ambidextrous AeroThumb™ appliance (can be worn on either hand)
- 30 bracelets: fun to wear, and multi-colored, so children can choose a new color every day!
- 1 Instalock – makes the fitting process as easy as possible!
- One set of instructions
- Reward chart + stickers
|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), you can try using a circumference chart by clicking here.
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.
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