I'm 15 years old and require a new mouthguard for the Hockey season, the only problem is I haven't been able to find anything to help with my problematic tooth (don't know the medical term). Just wondering if any "boil and bites" would work on this or if I'm going to have to pay more for a custom fit mouthguard! (And yes, I have went through orthodontic work but it was too much hassle so I stopped it before completion)
Having dealt with similarly out-of-alignment teeth when fitting a mouthguard, an excellent 'hack' is using scissors to remove part of the "wall" from a boil-and-bite mouth guard where the tooth would block it, then fit as normal.
However, the tooth will continue to pose a risk of injury through piercing the gum or cheek, or having less protection for the tooth itself. Discuss with your dentist or orthodontist how this can be addressed. It's a hassle to have emergency treatment for gashes in the mouth or fractured teeth, too.