Shock Doctor mouthguards are designed to protect your teeth and jaw during sports and activities. Mouthguards fit securely in your mouth and attach to your hockey helmet with a strap. Shock Doctor offers a variety of mouthguards for various sports, including hockey.
How To Attach Shock Doctor Mouthguard To Hockey Helmet
Shock Doctor mouthguards are a popular choice for hockey players. They offer superior protection and are designed to fit comfortably in the mouth. There are a few different ways to attach a Shock Doctor mouthguard to a hockey helmet. One way to attach a Shock Doctor mouthguard to a hockey helmet is by using the provided strap. The strap goes around the back of the head and attaches to the front of the helmet. This is the most common way to attach a Shock Doctor mouthguard to
Shock Doctor Mouthguard, Hockey Helmet
- Replace hockey helmet’s liner
- Remove hockey helmet’s liner
- Place shock doctor mouthguard in desired position in helmet
-check the size of shock doctor mouthguard and hockey helmet -remove any existing mouthguard from hockey helmet -place shock doctor mouthguard in desired position in hockey helmet – using a hot glue gun, glue the shock doctor mouthguard to the hockey helmet on all four corners
Frequently Asked Questions
How Do You Put A Mouthguard On A Lacrosse Helmet?
There are a few different ways to put a mouthguard on a lacrosse helmet. One way is to put the mouthguard in your mouth, and then place the helmet over your head. Another way is to put the mouthguard in your mouth, and then use your hands to hold the helmet in place while you slide the mouthguard into position.
How Do You Attach Shock Doctor Mouthguard To Helmet?
Shock Doctor mouthguards can be attached to helmets using the provided straps. The mouthguard should be inserted into the helmet first, then the straps can be tightened to secure it in place.
How Do You Fit A Shock Doctor Mouthguard?
To fit a Shock Doctor mouthguard, you will need to boil water and pour it into a bowl. Place the mouthguard in the boiling water for about 15 seconds, then remove it and place it in your mouth. Bite down on the mouthguard and suck on it for about 30 seconds. Then remove it from your mouth and let it cool.
To attach a Shock Doctor mouthguard to a hockey helmet, use the following steps: 1. Remove the mouthguard from its packaging. 2. Verify that the shockdoctor logo is facing up. 3. Hold the mouthguard in your left hand and fit the bottom lip into the groove on the bottom of the guard. 4. With your right hand, fit the top of the guard into place above your top teeth, making sure that all of your front teeth are covered. 5. Bite down on the mouthguard to secure it in place. 6. Slide the strap over your head and fit it underneath your chin. 7. Buckle the strap to secure it in place.