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Matter of preference: Check with your dentist to see if there is something that can be done to your dentures to increase the retention. It may be that they are too old and the gums have receeded and need to be rebased or remade if so this may allow you to not need the adhesive. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My partial came out it covers 2 teeth and then the stabilizing 3rd, its the 3rd from my front tooth and every time i eat it comes off, can use polygrp?
Please define: I think you mean denture adhesives? If so, there are a number of different types and it comes down to a very individual thing which you prefer. Some patients like paste (fixodent, poligrip-these seem to be the most comfortable), some like powder (wernet's) and some like the strips ( poligrip). There is also sea bond, which are pads that become sticky when wet. Hope this help. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Denture adhesives: The two i recommend the most are fixodent and poligrip. Different patients differ on what they like the best. Rather than relying on denture adhesives for better stability and holding power, see a dentist to determine other possibilities first, such as a new denture, relining your existing denture, or implant supported attachments. Consider a non-removal implant prosthesis. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
In some situations: Denture adhesive--such as fixodent or poligrip--is not a substitute for poorly fitting dentures. It can safely be used--into help retain a well fitting lower denture. These days, dental implants are the very best way to help hold in that wobbly lower denture. If cost is an issue, check out a dental school where the cost can be greatly reduced! a routine procedure that can improve your life! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No one best: Two most popular ones are fixodent and poligrip. Different patients prefer each one. Consider a dental check-up (even if you have full dentures) to see if they need to be relined or remade so that you don't have to use any adhesive (or less). Also consider implant retained prostheses. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No Denture Sores: Sore gums under a denture is a sign that dentures are not fitting properly. The denture moves & irritates the mucous membranes under the denture. You should see a prosthodontist with extra training in this area. They will evaluate the denture's fit to the gums & how they meet when biting/chewing & how tall the teeth are. All these contribute to denture fit. Adhesive can't fix ill-fitting dentures. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers