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My problem is i don't have anymore teeth in my mouth i can not bite the regulator if i dive, my regulator will detached to my mouth and i can not proceed with my work as underwater assistment.

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They sell aftermarket mouth pieces that you warm in water once soft and pliable you bite down it takes shape to your bite plate which is further back in your mouth and can not be pulled out .

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