Spacers for retainers
Spacers can also be used to add length to the retainer. This turns the Retainer into a “packing” device.
Another option for the retainer is spacers.
This makes the retainer a little more aggressive by keeping the skin from being fully relaxed so that its under a little stress when retaining.
The spacers are made from the same machined nylon as the retainer and are approximately 1/4 inch ( 7 – 8 mm ) and 1/2 inch (12-13mm ) thick.
Nylon screws are used to hold the spacer(s) in place.
Spacers can be added to any retainer with a center hole
Spacers are countersunk so that the nylon screw sits inside the spacer.
Spacers may not work well with someone that has a decent frenulum since the spacers do not have a notch option
Longer notched retainers would be better for men with larger frenulums.
I only used spacers for a short time just to test out the concept since I was restored by the time I made them available. It is a way to increase the length of the Retainer without having to purchase a longer Retainer.