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Denture Soft Liners at Halton Denture Clinic
Denture Soft liners are appropriate for:
- Flat or nearly at gum tissues
- Gums with thin tissues over bony areas
- Chronically sore gum tissues
The bite position, existing teeth and acrylic base must be in good condition and not worn or stained to provide a reline procedure. An impression of your oral tissue is taken inside your denture to provide a working model. New material base material is added to your denture to produce a correct fit. The appearance of your dentures will not change.
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Requirements of Care for Denture Soft Liners
Soft liners require home care and proper cleaners to maintain their vitality. As with all removable dentures, soft liners require a regular check-up to ensure fit and oral health. We will provide professional cleaning as well as, education in the maintenance of your soft liner.
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Facts About Denture Soft Liners
- Over 20 years of advances and developments in quality denture soft liners
- Increased comfort during chewing and daily wear
- Clinical evidence indicating a high acceptance by patients
- Based on patient home care cleaning, soft liners have an average lifespan of two to four years depending on your physiology.
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Denture Soft Liners FAQs
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Soft liners absolutely need proper cleaning to maintain their vitality. As with all removable dentures, soft liners require a regular check-up to ensure fit and oral health. We will provide professional cleaning as well as education in the maintenance of your soft liner. Although the cleaning regimen is rather similar to how you would care for your dentures regularly (with care!).
This absolutely depends on the individual. Much like getting used to dentures in general, adapting to denture soft liners can take some time. Although, getting used to soft liners should take less time to get used to than dentures. You can expect it to take a few days or even a few weeks to get used to your new denture soft liners. If you’re worried about the overall fit after this time, feel free to contact your denture specialist and book an appointment.
Absolutely! At Halton Denture Clinic, we specialize in all sorts of damage repairs, including those for denture soft liners. If you’re noticing that your current denture soft liners aren’t working as well as they once did, or you accidentally damaged them while cleaning, give us a call! We will be happy to book you an appointment and get them fixed and back to you in no time.