Makura’s boil-and-bite KYRO PRO™ mouthguard is made with a tough SHOKBLOKER outer, AIRTHRU channel, and SLIPSAFE pads. It’s available in junior (age 10 and under) and senior (age 11 and over) sizes and comes in two colours, clear and black.
This product is now widely available throughout Europe and North America.
Your mouthguard should let you breathe and speak without issue.
Your mouthguard should fit securely in your mouth.
Your mouthguard should be comfortable.
Your mouthguard should provide the correct amount of coverage.
Delivering a custom fit for maximum comfort.
Absorbs and diffuses frontal and transverse impact.
Improves breathing while the jaw is closed.
Raised areas on the underside prevent slipping while the jaw is closed.
KYRO PRO™ mouthguards are supplied with light, durable cases to help keep them safe and clean when they’re not in use.
There are a few simple things you can do to keep your KYRO PRO™ clean:
If you’re exposing your KYRO PRO™ to water, take care and ensure the water is only room temperature. If the water is too hot, that can cause your mouthguard to become distorted and no longer fit you properly
Make sure your KYRO PRO™ is completely dry before storing it in a clean case, which ideally will have holes or vents that allow the mouthguard inside to breathe.
The KYRO PRO™ is available in two sizes:
Ultimately finding the right size mouthguard is a highly personal process influenced by the size of your mouth, its shape, and your own individual preferences.
No, our mouthguards do not contain any harmful materials. As part of the CE approval process, our mouthguard products undergo innocuous and chemical testing to ensure the materials they contain won’t hurt or negatively affect our users.
The specific standards that apply to mouthguards are:
Though not required as part of the CE certification process, we can also confirm that our mouthguards contain neither Formamide nor Bisphenol A (BPA).
No, you can rest assured that all Makura mouthguards are latex free.
No, Makura mouthguards (including the KYRO PRO™) have been tested to confirm that they do not contain Bisphenol A (otherwise known as BPA).
No, Makura mouthguards (including the KYRO PRO™) have been tested to confirm that they do not contain Formamide.
No, Makura mouthguards are Phthalate (DEHP) free.
Wearing braces doesn’t mean you can or should stop using a mouthguard whilst playing sports. If anything, it becomes more important to choose a braces-compatible mouthguard that will not only protect your teeth and mouth from soft-tissue injuries, but also safeguard the braces themselves. Without the protection of a mouthguard, a blow to the face can damage brackets, wires, and other fixed orthodontic appliances, resulting in costly dental bills for treatments.
The LITHOS™ is our ready-made mouthguard created specifically to be worn with braces. It features the ORTHO CHANNEL™, which fits carefully and securely over your braces to keep them protected and you comfortable.
With the KYRO PRO™ being a BOIL & BITE™ style, it’s crucial you follow the specific instructions for it. The principles are the same for all BOIL & BITE™ mouthguards (they need to be boiled, shaped, and cooled), but the details (how long you need to immerse them in hot water, for example) vary. To ensure the best fit, you must fit your KYRO PRO™ mouthguard properly and as instructed.
Depending on factors like how intensively it’s used and how well it’s cared for, your KYRO PRO™ mouthguard can last anywhere from a few months to a couple of years. In the majority of cases, though, we’d recommend replacing your mouthguard at least once per year. This will maximize both its effectiveness and hygiene.
Yes, you can reshape your KYRO PRO™, though the number of times will vary due to factors including its type, its age, and how intensively it’s used.
Simply follow the fitting instructions for the KYRO PRO™ mouthguard. If you find that it no longer conforms properly or comfortably to your mouth, it might be time to purchase a new one.
No, mouthguards do not prevent concussions or other types of mild traumatic brain injuries (MTBIs). Past studies have attempted to prove a link, but the evidence has never been strong enough to demonstrate a conclusive one.
What mouthguards do excel at is reducing the impact of dental and orofacial traumas like broken, chipped, dislodged, or impacted teeth as well as contusions, abrasions, and lacerations.