Treatment kit offers gentle way to stop thumb-sucking

Sept. 1, 1996
Med et al Development introduces a gentle and effective way to stop thumb-sucking. The T-Guard noninvasive thumb-sucking deterrent device has been redesigned to improve compliance; a softer cushion minimizes skin abrasion, openings enhance its flexibility and it is adjustable for smaller hands. No chairtime is required and the device reportedly has a 90 percent success rate.

Med et al Development introduces a gentle and effective way to stop thumb-sucking. The T-Guard noninvasive thumb-sucking deterrent device has been redesigned to improve compliance; a softer cushion minimizes skin abrasion, openings enhance its flexibility and it is adjustable for smaller hands. No chairtime is required and the device reportedly has a 90 percent success rate.

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