What is a Denture Reline?

What is a denture reline?

A denture reline keeps dentures snug and tight when they are loose.  Loose dentures irritate the gums and may cause sore spots and inflamed gums.

Should I reline my dentures at home?

Great question.  Yes.  Why not.  It cannot ruin your dentures because it can be taken out.  There is no reason why you shouldn’t reline your dentures at home.  The process is easy and affordable.  Just be sure keep regular dentist appointments.

 

Why do I need Denture reliner?

Not everyone needs a denture reliner.  Some people are lucky enough to have secure-fitting dentures.  However, the millions of people who cannot wear their dentures do need something in their denture to keep it from moving around and feeling miserable.  A denture reliner will fill in the gaps between your denture and your gums and cushion the grip.

How much does a denture reliner cost?

The cost of a denture reline costs anywhere from $200 to $300 at your dentist.  Most insurance companies do not cover this cost.  An over-the-counter denture liner is affordable and can get you by until your next dental visit.

What about denture adhesives?

Denture adhesives are a great way to temporarily hold your dentures in place so you can eat or speak.  They come in a tube and you squeeze the material into your denture and spread it around the denture base.  This forms a suction to keep your denture snug.  An adhesive needs replaced several times per day.

What is the difference between a denture reliner and a denture adhesive?

Both products deliver secure dentures.  As mentioned above adhesives need replaced several times a day.  A denture reliner is a powder and liquid that when mixed together and placed in the denture forms a custom-fit denture liner that stays in the denture for several months or years and does not need to be replaced daily.

Can I use adhesives over a denture reline?

As we cannot confirm how other denture liners work with adhesives, we do know that you can reline over top of Perma Soft denture reline kit.  Perma Soft is a firm relner that lasts up to two years in the denutre.

Cushion Grip Discontinued? Try ProSoft Denture Reline Kit

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Why Denture Wearers Use ProSoft and Perma Soft Denture Reline Kits since Cushion Grip has been Discontinued

Perma Laboratories has been in business for over 30 years. Making dentures fit since 1986! Our denture reline kits are long lasting and provide a custom fit denture liner for loose, irritating dentures.

Perma Laboratories has a A+ BBB Rating and is FDA Registered as required.

Denture Wearers!
Since Cushion Grip has been discontinued, denture wearers are finding the secure comfort in our Perma Soft Denture Reliner Kits. Some reviews from Amazon we’ve received:

Pro Soft reline works great
By john on August 15, 2016
Verified Purchase
I was searching for a product to replace cushion grip. Pro Soft is actually better. Easy to use and not as messy. No tube to heat up under hot water before use. Comes with two applications one is plenty fro upper or lower denture. Once trimmed stays that way for good. Once applied stays the same way and doesn’t change until you replace it with a new one, which I haven’t had to do yet. Can be soaked with denture cleaner over night and can be used with Fixodent or Poli-grip. Super product for the person who cannot afford a reline job from the dentist.
5.0 out of 5 stars Good replacement for previous cushion grip users
By SdCon February 28, 2016
Verified Purchase
I was a happy cushion grip user until they stopped making it. I looked around for a product that did the same thing. I read review after review and finally settled on ProSoft. I did this because a previous cushion grip user recommended it as a similar replacement. The reviewer suggested that to get the same results you needed to stir the mixture until the consistency was about the same as the consistency the cushion grip. This is longer than the ProSoft directions say. I did this and low and behold the result was exactly as the cushion grip and performed and even better. I purchased on Sept 15, 2015 and have only needed to replace once and the second application is still in place and just fine. I must say that I only have used it on the lower denture because the upper is just fine without any additional help. Some say the taste when you first apply is not very good. For those of us that are used to the cushion grip product is is about the same and goes away quickly. By the way, I only use about half of a bottle and powder to do the entire lower denture so I get 4 applications with each purchase. Great product.

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