The LITHOS™ is specifically designed for wearers of fixed braces, being made with medical-grade silicone rubber. This ready-made mouthguard features an ORTHO CHANNEL to fit over braces for a secure, comfortable fit. It also incorporates a SHOKBLOKER™ body, AIRTHRU channel, and SLIPSAFE PADS.

It’s CE approved and certified by SATRA and boasts Level 2 impact resistance.

Available in:

  • One size (senior) for users aged 11 and over
  • Three colours - Ice Blue, Crystal Clear and Crystal Pink
  • Comes with protective mouthguard box


The LITHOS™ CONVERTIBLE incorporates all the features of the LITHOS™ – ORTHO CHANNEL, SHOKBLOKER™ body, AIRTHRU channel, medical-grade silicone rubber and SLIPSAFE PADS – plus a strap you can use to attach your mouthguard to your helmet.

Available in:

  • One size (senior) for users aged 11 and over
  • Two colours - Ice Blue and Crystal Pink
  • Comes with protective mouthguard box
Designed for braces


Designed to fit over braces for a secure, comfortable fit.

ortho channel


Specifically designed for wearers of fixed braces.

slip safe pads


Raised areas on the underside prevent
slipping while the jaw is closed.

airthru channel


Improves breathing while the jaw is closed.



Absorbs and diffuses frontal and traversal impact.

Helmet Strap

Helmet Strap

With the LITHOSTM CONVERTIBLE, this strap is fully detachable.

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CE Certified

All mouthguards are CE Certified by an independent third party.

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UKCA Certified

All mouthguards comply with the UK Conformity Assessment Mark.

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The only difference is the LITHOSTM CONVERTIBLE comes with a detachable strap whilst the LITHOSTM does not. Both include the same features, have undergone the same rigorous testing, and provide the same levels of protection.

LITHOSTM mouthguards are supplied with light, durable cases to help keep them safe and clean when they are not in use.

There are a few simple things you can do to keep your LITHOSTM mouthguard clean.

• Brush your teeth before you wear it to remove bacteria from your mouth. You should brush your teeth again after taking your LITHOSTM out as well.

• Rinse your LITHOSTM with cool to lukewarm water after each use.

If you are exposing your LITHOSTM 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 LITHOSTM is completely dry before storing it in a clean case, which ideally will have holes or vents that allow the mouthguard to breathe.

Makura’s mouthguards are suitable for players of any sport, contact and non-contact. All of our products CE Certified and have achieved Level 2 and Level 3 Impact Resistance through independent testing.

The LITHOSTM boasts the highest level of impact resistance (Level 2) attainable for ready-made mouthguards. It features a SHOKBLOKERTM body for maximum shock absorbtion and SLIPSAFE pads that prevent it from slipping while the jaw is closed.

Remember: whatever your sport – no matter your level or how often you play – a mouthguard is always the right move when it comes to protecting yourself from contact-related injuries.

At Makura, most of our mouthguards are available in in two sizes:

• Junior for age 10 and under

• Senior for age 11 and over

The LITHOSTM is available in Senior size only.

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:

• BS EN 1186: 2002, required for any plastics that come into contact with foodstuffs. This test is done to confirm that chemicals won’t transfer from the plastic into users’ bodies in toxic quantities.

• BS EN 71-3: 2013 measures the amount of certain elements like copper, mercury, and zinc that are scraped off solid materials when bitten, licked, or sucked.

• PAH testing determines whether certain polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) are present in a given material.

Though not required as part of the CE Certification process, we can also confirm that our mouthguards contain neither Formamide nor Bisephenol A (BPA).

No, you can rest assured that all Makura mouthguards are latex free.

No, Makura mouthguards have been tested to confirm they do not contain Bisphenol (BPA), Formamide or Phthalate (DEHP).

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 LITHOSTM is our ready-made mouthguard created specifically to be worn with braces. It features the ORTHO CHANNELTM, which fits carefully and securely over your braces to keep them protected and you comfortable.

The LITHOSTM, our ready-made mouthguard for use with braces, does not need to be boiled or custom fitted. Simply place it in your mouth and carefully fit it over the braces, ensuring your braces are aligned with the ORTHO CHANNELTM of the mouthguard. Your mouthguard should fit securely and comfortably when it’s properly positioned

Click here to access all our fitting instructions for Makura mouthguards.


Depending on factors like how intensively it’s used and how well it’s cared for, your LITHOSTM mouthguard can last anywhere from a few months to a couple of years. In the majority of cases though, we would recommend replacing your mouthguard at least once a year. This will maximize both its effectiveness and hygiene.

No, mouthguards do not prevent concussions or other types of 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.

Visit our Technology page to learn more about mouthguard technology and safety.