DinaBase 7

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It's supposed to be like Cushion Grip and Cushion Correct.
Price dropped by HALF since last year.
I bought some to try from Germany.
While I do speak some German, Google Chrome Browser will Translate for you.
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Quit laughing Melanie - it was NOT on Amazon or eBay.
Sales were good this week on eBay.  
I sold YOUR Frisbee.  :-(
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Oh man!!! I liked that Frisbee!!! Lol. Have u tried this yet? Let us know how it is. Lol
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Ted, Is this an adhesive or does it make the dentures more comfortable? Or both?  Sorry about your Frisbee, Melanie.....hee hee
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I am in Germany right now and will try to find some to try and to report on.
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Nola...  Sehr Gut!  You may also want to look for Protefix while you're there.

Theresa - The following is from the English Cushion Correct PDF and explains the difference between this and an Adhesive.  I use both Cushion Correct for Comfort (Acrylic is HARD) and Secure for my Adhesive.  I plan do the same with DinaBase 7.

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I cannot get cushion correct to adhere to my newer dentures.  It doesn't stay in/on them for an entire day even.  It might work for older dentures.
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I cannot get cushion correct to adhere to my newer dentures.  It doesn't stay in/on them for an entire day even.  It might work for older dentures.
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Here's an ENGLISH version PDF on DinaBase 7
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0qcAcfEF-SMdHpjNWVfYTB5V00
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I'm moving a copy of Nola's comment here.  The threads in GetSatisfaction's Forums are quite strange and it can be hard to find something "as is" IMHO.

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FYI:  Did not locate DinaBase7 in Poland, Slovakia, or Hungary.  Will check in Austria while I am here.  Naturally, we are not going to Italy....that would be waaaay to easy!  :-)
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Well that's a bummer.  Here's hoping you can find it in Austria.  France has it online - shipped to the USA for around 20 Euros.

That's very odd about CC not sticking to your denture, but I did hear about someone else who had a similar issue last year.  My first experience with CC was with my immediates at about 4 months with a soft liner in them.  I then "graduated" to my perms last April.  I never had issues with CC sticking to either.  My Perms are ultra-premium pressure packed, heat-cured acrylic.  Immediates were basic cold-poured acrylic.  

The Bonfyf AG Cushion Liner (www.myswisscare.com) pulled out of my Dentures after a few days.  They're sending me a free tube of Olivafix.  I'm REALLY liking Olivafix so far and it is also available in EU countries.  Maybe check for a tube of that while you're there?

I just put the DenSurFit (vinyl polysiloxane) product in both my upper and lower denture yesterday afternoon and so far I am really liking it.  Time will tell how it holds up?

Good luck shopping and hope the rest of your trip goes well!
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I really liked the DenSureFit but still have to use adhesive so to have a tighter fit.
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Lots of products out there.  
AVOID Comfort Lining!!!!!
Find what works best for YOU.
We're all different.
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Kathy Edwards, you said you still have to use adhesive with the DenSureFit. What kind of adhesive do you use? I also use DenSureFit but none of the adhesives I've tried stick to it very well.
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I did not find DinaBase7 in any of the countries we visited, but we were in Frankfort long enough for me to special order it at a pharmacy.  There is is between 12 and 13 Euros, so not having to ship it back to the US and the cheaper price was a plus.  It works better for me than Cushion Grip did in that I can trim off the excess that seems to wander out onto the outside of the denture over a few days use.  When I had that issue with Cushion Grip, it would not adhere as well in those areas and the edges would harden and irritate.  DinaBase7 seems to smooth out again wherever you trim it off.  I am thinking that if there is a demand for the product in the US, over time we may actually get it on our pharmacy shelves.  I haven't seen it offered from Italy.....where it is actually produced.  I wonder why that is.  Is the Olivafix like DinaBase7 and Cushion Grip?
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That's great to hear Nola.  I have yet to give my DinaBase 7 a try as I am using a new Silicone Liner called DenSureFit.  DenSureFit is great, but a little pricey at $40-$50.
Says it lasts up to 3 months though.  

https://www.densurefit.com/product/densurefit/ 

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Olivafix is an Adhesive product made with Olive Oil.
Their Cushion Denture Lining Product sucks, but I like the Olivafix a lot.
It is made by Bonyf AG based in Liechtenstein.

http://www.bonyf.com/product/olivafix-24h-day-night-denture-adhesive-cream.html

http://www.bonyf.com/downloads/manuals/Olivafix.pdf

It would be nice to see DinaBase 7 in the USA.

I suspect the ADA didn't like Cushion Grip and there was a "backroom deal" to pull it from the market as it cut into dentist's profit margins from relines.  Either that or the legal climate in the USA scared Schering-Plough/Bayer/Merck.  It was always safe and that Benzine thing was total B.S.  IMHO
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My DenSureFit is still holding in my lower Denture very well, but it is loosening in several places in my upper denture.  (Note:  It's been in there about 4 months now and the manufacturer states it is to last 3 months.  So....

I broke out the DinaBase 7 I bought from a German Website a while back.  Cushion Correct does NOT stick to the DenSureFit very well, so I decided to see how DinaBase 7 works.  So far so good.  Initial application is sticking VERY WELL to all areas.  My technique is to clean and dry my dentures, apply the DinaBase 7 and and clench my teeth together to allow it to form to my gums.  I then take it out to let it dry/set for about 15 minutes.

For those who have issues with Cushion Correct sticking to dentures, this may be an option?  

So far I agree with Nola - seems like a good product although a tad expensive to get in the US now. 

I'll keep this thread going with further updates.
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Thanks, Ted.  I will try the DenSureFit, too.  I don't have too much trouble with my upper, but my lower denture is a problem.  Hopefully DinaBase 7 will someday be more available here.
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I 'm   not going to pay $300 or more for something I use to only  pay about $7.00  for ,But I did find a product in JapanI found it on Ebay  I ordered it I used  it & I like it as well as Cushion Grip I think I like it better it even looks like the cushion grip, I put it in a cup of hot water for a few min.  & spread it on my lower Dentures I  put them in & bit down for a little while took them out & trimmed them some & put them back in my mouth Took them out Trimmed alittle more I wore them a while then I took them out & left them out all night it helped them harden a littleu just have to use your judgement  on   them                                                                                                                                                                                                             
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I don't know anyone buying Cushion Grip at those "scalper prices" and they're crazy if they do.  This thread is about a similar product from Italy - DinaBase 7.

I've personally used the following Japanese Products and have been testing/using various other products for over a year from Japan, Korea and Europe.
  • Shionogi Cushion Correct
  • Shionogi Cushion Correct EZ
  • Kobayashi Tough Grip
  • Lion Liodent
The above products are now available on eBay, Amazon and/or Rakuten Global Market.
Happy you found something that works for YOU!
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