While mouthguard designs have changed over the years, the material from which they’re made has remained largely the same: EVA plastic.
Game On Mouthguards are constructed of an advanced performance polymer called Vistamaxx, which offers benefits over conventional EVA plastics, including elasticity, toughness, comfort, durability – and improved shock absorption.
In addition, Vistamaxx offers superior softness, flexibility and transparency compared to conventional EVA plastics because of the rate at which the material hardens.
Conventional boil-and-bite mouthguards made from EVA plastic harden much quicker than Game On Mouthguards. EVA plastic hardens in 3 to 5 seconds, which is a short window of time to achieve a good fit.
Game On Mouthguards made with Vistamaxx remain soft and flexible for 1 to 2 minutes after the fitting process, so athletes don’t have to rush to get the perfect fit. In addition, they continue to shrink after the initial fit to form a tighter fit to the anatomy of your teeth and mouth.