Lower denture problems

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I had immediate dentures over 2months ago and still can't keep them in not even with fixodent been back to the dentist to many times to count and they still don't stay in I wished i would of never gotten dentures cause with my bad teeth at least I was able to eat
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Pamela Vollmer

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joan rosenblatt

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NO bone will cause this problem and there is no solution.  I use SECURE it works until I drink something.  Still I wish I has a better solution for you.

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Karen M Augustine

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I’m in the same boat, and it is due to bone loss. I was told point blank that my lower denture would never fit right. But, here’s what’s got me steaming mad. They could have told me it would be that way BEFORE I put out nearly $2,000 for a full set of dentures
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Myra M. Benoist

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Cost me $4800 for full set in San Diego. Thought going to a cosmetic dentist would yield better results. But still have same problem due to bone losd.
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joan rosenblatt

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Bone loss is a big problem.  I also have bone loss and I use SECURE.  Only think I found so far until I drink then the denture gets loose. SUCKS
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sheila

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Try paste and powder combo, I've heard that works best.
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Diana Zambory

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Hi ladies I can tell you from many years of experience of having dentures that it's always the bottom denture that causes the issue I don't care who it is. Also the best thing on the market that will help you as a product of cushion grip. It is not an adhesive it does not stick to your gums it sticks to the dentures and fills in the space so that you have a comfortable cushion so when you bite down you're not going to feel the hardness and the pain. It stays in your dentures for quite some time and you can take them out and clean them every single night just like normal it will not affect them. Also remember that win you had your own teeth they came straight out of your gums and now you have something that lays over your gums that has teeth attached to it so it's going to feel larger than what you're used to in the beginning. But you will get used to that and it becomes not a problem before long. And when you use the cushion grip you fill in the space and then it allows you to use suction to hold your denture in place.
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Myra M. Benoist

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Is product called Cushion Grip?
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joan rosenblatt

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yes