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Jet Tone Lip Protector
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Jet Tone Lip Protector
The Jet-Tone Lip Protector is a cushion that is placed over orthodontic braces to keep the braces from coming into contact with the inside of the lip. Ideal for all woodwind and brass players and it is easy to install and remove as well. "Pain Free playing for students with braces."

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Website: http://www.jet-tone.com/
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Review Date: 11/14/2005 Would you recommend the product? No | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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I'm not sure if I can post a review on something that I haven't tried before... but I have braces, and I know a fair amount of trumpet players with braces, and it doesn't seem to be much of a problem. I have maybe once or twice had sores on the inside of my mouth from my braces cutting up the inside of my lips, but it would go away after a couple days.

The main thing that braces have affect my playing is a couple hours after I get my wires changed, my teeth are too tender to even eat bread crust, never mind trumpet. This product wouldn't help that, however I could see that if there are people who can't take a couple days of little cuts, this could help. However, I don't think it would be worth it, because your mouth can get tougher and make you resistant to getting cuts, which I would prefer over using plastic guards.
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