Soft Denture Liners

Snug Denture Cushions | Walgreens  May 14, 2015 – 01:52 am
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    Soft, pliable, custom fitted comfort for use on upper and lower dentures.

    Holds dentures tight with custom fitted comfort.Large size. Easy to fit.

    Made in China

    For detailed directions see package insert.

  1. Place the entire cushion over the denture.
  2. Shape the cushion into the denture.
  3. Press cushion down around all outer edges until a seal is produced between the denture and the cushion.
  4. Trim the excess denture cushion with scissors leaving approximately one-quarter inch overlapping edges.

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This product has no shipping restrictions.

Shipping Weight (in lbs): 0.04 Product in inches (LxWxH): 4.5x 3.5x 0.9


Item Code: 622410

For temporary use only. Long term use of denture reliners, pads and cushions may lead to faster bone loss, continuing irritation, sores, and tumors. For use only until a dentist can be seen.

For additional precautionary information see package insert.

For temporary use to hold dentures tight until a dentist can be seen to obtain professional reconstruction of the denture.

Source: www.walgreens.com


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  • One application lasts up to 2 years!
  • Soft yet firm reliner for loose, irritating dentures!
  • Safe and effective! Registered with the FDA!
  • Enough material to reline upper and lower denture, or 2 uppers OR 2 lowers! Works on partials, too!

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This is done quite frequently

--esp. on lower dentures, which tend to be the problem. Doing a so-called "overdenture" like this retained by a couple or so implant fixtures is generally much less expensive than having individual fixtures placed for each tooth. However, the cost varies so much depending on how you do it that it wouldn't be very meaningful to attempt a fee.
For instance, sometimes a lower overdenture will be done with 2 fixtures and simple "O"-ring attachments that snap the denture in place. Alternatively, there may be 3 or 4 implants placed and a custom-cast gold Hader bar with clips under the denture, which will be far more expensive

At the risk of

...opening a can of worms, I'll attempt an answer.
If you're wearing full upper and lower dentures now and have been told you have enough bone for replacement of all teeth, you are very lucky. But this is usually very demanding treatment (both for you and the dentists) and often this is best dealt with by prosthodontists for the restorative work. These guys get the big bucks, but trying to do this type of treatment on the cheap can be a big mistake. There are a lot of volume operations out there trying to bang out the work with mini-implants. These are far less expensive to place, but don't have the long-term record of success that traditional implants have

D.O.C. D.O.C. Reline-It Denture Reliner, Advanced, 2 ct.
Health and Beauty (D.O.C.)
  • Makes dentures feel like new. Safe, easy to use, easy to remove. Snug and secure. Zinc free. Contains 2 repairs: liquid 0.3 fl oz, powder 0.25 oz.

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