Threatment kit offers gentle way to stop thumb-sucking

April 1, 1996
Med et al Development introduces a gentle and effective way to stop thumb-sucking. T-Guard (Thumbguard) is the only noninvasive treatment that is clinically-proven to be highly effective (more than 90 percent success rate). T-Guard requires zero chair time and is well accepted by patients and parents alike. Expand your practice.

Med et al Development introduces a gentle and effective way to stop thumb-sucking. T-Guard (Thumbguard) is the only noninvasive treatment that is clinically-proven to be highly effective (more than 90 percent success rate). T-Guard requires zero chair time and is well accepted by patients and parents alike. Expand your practice.

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