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Of course, generic nasal fracture masks have been around for over a decade and can be purchased on Amazon, but for facial and or jaw fractures, custom masks are required given there are too many variables for a viable generic mask because the fracture could be located anywhere affecting where the pressure points and protection needs to be located.
Unfortunately, custom facial protection masks for athletic use is not typically covered by insurance and can be quite expensive. Here are a few companies who offer custom facial protection masks for athletic use:
Technology In Motion
If there are others, please comment below so they can be added!
However, handmade (rather than 3D printed) masks can also be made by any local experienced and certified prosthetist/orthotist.
You can find a prosthetist/orthotist using a directory maintained by the American Board for Certification in Orthotics, Prosthetics, & Pedorthotics.