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DenSureFit’s temporary denture reline kits offer people a more secure fit to their dentures. If you’re struggling with loose-fitting dentures, DenSureFit can provide customized treatment to improve the comfort of your dentures.
This easy-to-use product reduces and may even eliminate the need for denture adhesive. DenSureFit’s reline kits can help dentures stay in place and reduce symptoms of poor-fitting or loose dentures.1
These symptoms include:
DenSureFit’s denture reline materials are odorless and tasteless. You can purchase DenSureFit online or at local drug stores and reline your dentures from the comfort of your home.
Each DenSureFit Upper and Lower Denture Reline Kit comes with:2
Most upper dentures require two to three DenSureFit layers, while lower dentures only require one or two. DenSureFit is tasteless, odorless, and doesn’t cause a burning sensation.
Here are the basic steps in applying DenSureFit:3
Clean and dry your dentures thoroughly. Remove any old denture adhesive from the surface with a soft-bristled toothbrush.
If your dentures are smooth, you may need to roughen the surface before applying DenSureFit. Doing so ensures a secure hold.
Apply the included primer to the surface of your dentures. Use each cotton swab only once.
If you leave the cotton swab in the primer bottle, it will soak up the remaining primer. You have 15 seconds to work with the DenSureFit silicone before it begins to cure.
To prime the syringe, twist the applicator as directed until you hear a click. You can then depress the plunger to apply the silicone.
Beginning with your upper dentures, place one syringe full of silicone in the trough. Use the second silicone syringe to create three evenly spaced lines across the denture palate. Place the third syringe’s contents in the trough.
Place the denture in your mouth. Press your thumbs upwards with gentle pressure to create a firm seal. Keep the denture in place for 4 minutes.4
The DenSureFit silicone may flow over your dentures and create a “flash,” where the silicone flows up the side walls and around the top ridges. These extensions aren’t necessary for a snug fit but can help create better suction.
After 4 minutes, remove the denture and place it in a glass of water or denture cleaner for 2 hours. Once the DenSureFit silicone has time to cure, you can trim any excess silicone.
Be careful in trimming too closely to the edge of the denture. Without proper extensions, you may lose suction.
Sometimes, it takes several DenSureFit applications to obtain a secure fit. You can apply as many layers of DenSureFit silicone as necessary to achieve a comfortable fit.
Here are the basic steps in the Snug-Up application procedure:3
Use half an applicator if you need only minor adjustments or a full applicator if your denture is moderately loose. You can place your dentures in water or cleaner while waiting for them to cure.
DenSureFit also offers a Snug-Up Tip.5 The Snug-Up tip replaces applicator tips with cured silicone plugs, allowing you to use any remaining silicone that hasn’t already cured.
DenSureFit offers professional-grade silicone-based reline kits for acrylic dentures only.3 Each DenSureFit application lasts up to three months.6
Removing DenSureFit from your dentures is easy. Simply peel the silicone back and away from your denture. You can also heat the silicone material with a hair dryer for easier removal.
Many customers found DenSureFit convenient and easy to use. The product isn’t messy and requires little skill to apply and improve denture fit. The ability to layer DenSureFit also helps ensure a custom fit without the expense.
However, some customers did find it expensive to try DenSureFit at first. If you twist the syringe cap incorrectly, the silicone bursts out of the tube, rendering it useless.
The price of DenSureFit applications can add up. However, it’s often more affordable than experimenting with other denture adhesive products that may or may not work or hold up as long.
Some denture wearers, particularly those with flexible dentures, cannot use DenSureFit. This limits the customer base compared to other denture adhesive products.
The advantages of DenSureFit include:
DenSureFit may not be right for you for the following reasons:
DenSureFit has videos of users explaining their experience with this denture reline kit.7 Here’s what customers had to say about DenSureFit denture reline kits:8
Many DenSureFit customers appreciated the comfort and suction they experienced using this product. Several also noted that they didn’t need denture adhesives and used DenSureFit as their go-to product over messier products that didn’t perform as well.
DenSureFit Silicone Denture Reline Kits compete with several other brands. DenSureFit is one of the only companies to offer a silicone reline kit versus an epoxy-like reline material.
The table below compares DenSureFit with other brands:
|DenSureFit Silicone Reline Kit||Perma Soft Denture Reline Kit||Dentemp Reline-It Denture Reline Kit|
|Material||Silicone||Ethyl acetate and ethyl alcohol10||Zinc-free|
|Ease of use||Self-mixing syringe||Mix powder and liquid to form||Mix powder and liquid to form|
|Product lifespan||Up to 3 months||Up to 2 years||Up to 1 week|
|Denture type compatibility||Acrylic dentures only||Not for use on flexible dentures||Not for use on flexible dentures|
Most denture reline kits are not compatible with flexible dentures. While Perma Soft Denture Reline Kits last longer than DenSureFit Silicone Reline Kits, mixing the reline materials can be messy, and users may experience a chemical taste or odor during the reline process.
If you’re struggling with loose or ill-fitting dentures, DenSureFit can be worth the cost to create a custom fit. You can easily use DenSureFit at home to obtain a custom fit within a few hours without visiting the dentist or lab.
DenSureFit offers an Investment Guarantee to pair you with a DenSureFit Care Coach if you can’t achieve the ideal fit.12 The DenSureFit Care Coach walks you through the product application. The company understands that we all make mistakes and will even send you a free syringe of DenSureFit to try the application process again.
You have 30 days from receiving your DenSureFit Silicone Reline Kit to contact customer service to initiate a return, replacement, or refund.12 You must submit proof of purchase and include any unused portion in the original packaging.
DenSureFit inspects returns upon receipt and issues refunds to the original payment method. However, you must pay to ship the item back to DenSureFit, as they do not reimburse the shipping cost.
Remember that DenSureFit silicone reline kits are compatible only with acrylic dentures. Before you use DenSureFit on a soft reline, check with your dentist.
DenSureFit applications typically last up to three months. However, some users reported their liners lasting longer than that. Maintain your oral health by cleaning your dentures.
Yes, DenSureFit is compatible with partial and full dentures made from acrylic. You can apply DenSureFit to both upper and lower dentures.
Because DenSureFit is silicone-based, it’s less likely to leave a chemical or bad taste in your mouth than other epoxy-like denture reline kits. While you may experience an odd taste when first applying DenSureFit, you shouldn’t experience any issues once the silicone has cured.
DenSureFit requires no special maintenance or cleaning beyond your regular denture care routine. You can place dentures with DenSureFit in denture cleaner.
However, stronger denture cleaners meant to remove tough stains may reduce the DenSureFit material’s lifespan. If you use this type of denture cleaner, simply limit use to once per week to protect your DenSureFit investment.
DenSureFit Silicone Denture Reline Kits stand out as one of the few silicone reline kits available over the counter. It offers a convenient solution to poor-fitting and loose dentures that doesn’t require a dentist visit or hours carved out of your schedule.
DenSureFit is easy to apply, and most applications last up to three months. However, you can only use DenSureFit on acrylic dentures.
You can apply as many layers to your dentures as needed. When it’s time to replace the product, you can easily peel back the liner.
When choosing a denture reline kit, consider your needs. Speak to your dentist about possible denture reline kits and direct any questions to them.
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