Denture Reline Kit             Denture Repair  Kit              Denture Cleaner Tablets              Prices-Order Page
Did you every wonder why that after wearing Dentures 2-3 years your Dentures
become Loose and Irritating. That's because of your Hard Plastic Dentures.

After 2-3 years of wearing Hard Plastic Dentures your Gums will start to wear down
enough to causeyour
Dentures to become Loose because of loss of suction. Your
Dentures are much harder than yourGums so what do you think will wear first, your
Gums of course.

Whem your
Gums wear down just a little it will leave a gap between your Gums and
Dentures causing and air pocket to where your Dentures won't seal anymore and will
Loose and Irritating.

This is the main reason soft liners were perfected to HELP STOP GUM
Some soft liners have a resilient texture (bounce back elasticity) stays
Soft but Firm to help Save your Gums from Wear Tear of your Hard Plastic Dentures.

As long as you Reline your Dentures with a soft liner your Gums won't Shrink to any
large degree. If
your Gums don't Shrink you will always be able to wear Dentures with
Department of Removable Prosthodontics, School of Dentistry,
University of Tokushima, Japan.

This study examined the effect of a soft denture liner on the
distribution of stresses in the denture-supporting structures.
Dentures without a linear and with three configurations of a soft
liner were simulated by using a two-dimensional viscoelastic
finite-element stress analysis. The stress intensity at functional
force-bearing areas decreased when a soft denture liner was used.
However, the stresses in the bone increased remarkably up to 3.0
seconds after loading. Because of the time-dependent effect of
stresses applied to soft denture liners, denture patients who
clench or brux may not benefit as greatly from soft denture liners.
The study indicates that viscoelastic finite-element analysis is
helpful for evaluating soft denture liners. Soft denture liners
appear to be useful for improving the stress distribution in the
supporting structures under dentures and in turn causing
less gum