My initial review of Comfort EZ (Cushion grip replacement)

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My initial review of Comfort EZ (Cushion grip replacement) - I like it a lot. I applied it to the bottom denture last night, and there was a slight effort to spread it but it doesn't have to be precise. I put it in and chomped down firmly for a few minutes. There was a slight taste but honestly nothing that bothered me at all, and it didn't last more than a short time. What this product does is make my bottom denture so much more comfortable that I can keep it in without pain, chew a bit when I could not chew at ALL before - still experimenting there but so far so good. It does not make the dentures "stick" to your gums, but makes them FIT your gums so that they are comfortable and pain-free (for me anyways). I soaked them overnight in my polident bath with no problems. I am going to get a disposable debit card and buy myself a couple of tubes. I think I would even use this if I get the implants. Comfort is the key word here, and that is HUGE.
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When you purchase the disposable debit card, make sure that it doesn't say that it cannot be used for online purchases.
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Will do - appreciate the heads up!
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Oh this is brilliant! If you can point us in the direction of website and process that would be so appreciated!
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You might still want to add a fixative if you want them not to move at all (for instance, when you are eating) but this is such an improvement for me already.
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It is the Japanese website, Leslie - it's been posted on here - did you see that?
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Ellen, you might also check into a pay pal account that is very safe.  That's what I use and like it very much.
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I have paypal, but last I checked they did not accept it on that site, darn it all.
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I was able to use paypal without a problem.
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Oh I would love that - you are talking about the Japanese site, correct?
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Yes the Japan site. Actually, I believe it was my only billing option.
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I will have to go and look. It was not an option for me a few months ago - would be great if it was now.
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It is not coming up as an option for me. If anyone has a link to that place where paypal is an option - I would love to have it?
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I need that information too!
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I need that information too!
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Ok I found one - http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/en... - this particular store "energyplus" offers paypal. I couldn't get the 30g tube but I grabbed 5 of the 10 gram tubes. I don't know my shipping charge yet but unless it's insane, I'll pay it.
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Yes, I ordered from EnergyPlus.
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I can deal with both!
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And thank you Beth - I would not have known to search for one that DID offer paypal if not for you.
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Awe, I'm very happy I could help! Also, I see you had an issue after taking denture out and not placing in water. I do this a lot and haven't had an issue. Did you try letting them soak in water to see if that helps?
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Yeah I soaked it overnight as normal - but there is also a possibility I didn't have enough product on to really cushion once it dried out a little. This was my first time trying anything of this type!
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Beth or Gary, could you tell me how the EZ cushion works on your top denture I have a tiny tube I have not tried it yet because on the directions it said something about the stuff getting stuck in your throat and that scared the crap out of me. Thank you, Elizabeth
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Elizabeth it is working great on my top denture. It sticks to the denture so I don't see how it would get stuck in your throat. It's not gooey or oozie at all but I find it to be a little softer feeling then CG.
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Hi Beth, thank you for replying so quickly I do appreciate it. I never used cushion grip because I only have my denture since January 25 of this year which is about 4 1/2 weeks. If I likee it as much as you do , do you know how I could purchase it either by check or credit card I will not use PayPal, had a bad experience with it many years ago. Thank you again, Elizabeth
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Josie, did you try the EZ cushion on your uppers or do you not have an upper?
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Sorry I just saw this email. I don't mean to rub it in to anyone but I don't have dentures. I am a Clinic Coordinator at a Denture Clinic in Canada. We had a cple bad snow storms last week and had cancellations at work. Anyways...so I happened to come across this website and tried to read some stories that got my interest so I thought I can offer some tips. Then I couldn't stop reading some unfortunate posts on here so I opened another acct when I got home. :/
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Tips are always welcome.
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Thanks. I told my boss and he chuckled that I'm doing this at home now. Good thing or I'd probably get in trouble soon at work lol plus I Do Have to look after our people coming in for dentures.
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It can be such a horribly difficult experience, and any help given is much appreciated.
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Its so kind of you to volunteer to help with concerns and questions!
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Josie, I want to add as everyone else has said we do appreciate your help and you seem very knowledgeable and I am very happy for you that you don't need dentures take good care of your teeth and make sure you floss, something I didn't know about when I was younger.
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Yes you're right and I see it daily. I worked in a Dental Lab for several yrs but in Canada they are one step below a Denturist so we never saw patients. It was work sent to us from the dentists. Now that I run a Denture Clinic I interact with the patients daily and I love helping people. We have helped people in their 20s and up. I've had patients come pick up their immediate denture from us and go to their surgery and the next day when they come for their check up they were black and blue from extractions. It can be horrible and frustrating and I say it all the time; it really tests ones patience but perseverance and staying positive is the way to go! :)
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Aweee thanks ladies! It's pretty funny how I stumbled into this career yrs ago and I was and still am someone that always wants to help people. Yes Mother!!! Just kidding. I am trying to take care of my teeth as much as I can. I find people are getting dentures or crowns etc at such a younger age these yrs..must be something in the water! Someone mentioned somewhere about bridges. I find bridges are great as I worked in a Lab yrs ago however, we've been getting some folks walking in lately that after 10 yrs or so their bridges failed and chose to get a denture now and not to invest in that as it's pretty pricey.  It's definitely a preference I think and if you're young and can afford it. At the end of the day implants are the best way to go if your exams state you can get them, then crowns or bridges then dentures. It has to do with cost but don't get me wrong...Dentures are great and they do work. :)
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The one positive thing I can say is that they really do look good it's just that they hurt so much on the right side that it makes me angry to the point that I can't even express. Also I am at least 20 years older than most of the people commenting on this site.
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They look great! When you go to the dentist are you wearing the denture and is he able to see your sore?
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I don't think you are 20 years older than I am, Elizabeth ;)
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Oh those look very natural! ! Im 50 yrs.
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Very sweet Ellen, Leslie I have 13 years on you. Josie yes I do wear them when I go to the dentist thinking it would help him be able to find a spot and he tells me I don't see anything that doesn't look normal and I'm saying well it feels like somebody is sticking a knife right into my upper right part of my mouth into the gum so I don't know why he can't see it unless he's not looking good enough but I know it hurts. Plus I think maybe that's why he didn't fix the right spot last visit on the 39th, Monday I know it hurts worse.
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Aweeee sorry I laughed a little. Ok did he make the denture? Dentists don't really make dentures here and they don't like to tamper with them either.
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Thank you for saying they look nice Leslie, when I said I was 20 years older than most of the people on this site I meant the ladies that referred to themselves as in their early 40s or even late 30s.
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Sorry about the laughing part but it's funny how you explained the experience with your dentist. I'm wondering if he's concerned about fooling around with your denture....
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Josie my dentist is very nice and the first time I had to go for an adjustment helped a little had to go back again for the same spot and then it was better now the last three adjustments have been for the upper right side of my mouth where the upper part of your Denture would dig into my gumhopefully he can figure out what the problem is and fix it without messing up the denture.
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That's awesome that your dentist is nice. Are you talking about your gum close to your cheek Elizabeth?
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Yes
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Tell him it's bothering you on your right buccal. Did he make the denture? If he didn't he may be concerned that if he removes too much it will make the denture too loose....
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Now is it around the center on the right or right in the back on the right side?
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He sends it to a lab to have it made after he took the impressions and I think they came out very nice. But to tell you the truth I can't imagine it being any looser then it already is.
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Yep that's where things are not always the best. No offence but he might not be very comfortable working on them too much. It happens here all the time. Do you have a denture clinic close to you?
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See...dentists are great but only work a certain amount of hours on dentures when they are getting there license. A lab or a Denturist whom I think is the best at that's all they do in school. Dentists are leary on adjusting them and if it comes from a lab he would have to send it there and not sure if you're able to go there. People can't go to Labs here. And please Elizabeth I'm not trying to offend/insult you or your dentist in any way but  I do have some advice for you...
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Yes AnnetteG you are right in some cases. The dentist sends to a lab and someone needs to pay that lab fee which is you. It happens here as well but we have Denturists that are legally allowed to see a patient no referral needed. It's at a lower cost here than the lab/dental fee. Not all dentists are crazy about it here either but alot of them are now realizing it's worth sending them to a denturist to have the denture made as a dentist isn't very comfortable adjusting and fooling around with the denture so much. Also, many dentists have been using their lab and loyal to them as denture clinics have only been getting more popular in that last recent yrs here. That's great that you had that experience. Yes we do same day repair as well. Adding a tooth etc.
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Josie I can't find where your comment is but I sawt it inn the original question and the answer is it's in the center right it's not all the way in the back it's in the center on the right side of my mouth the denture is shoving itself. up into my gum too far.
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Yes that's because your gums are shrinking so it's to big on that side. Does that make sense Elizabeth? :) Can you go to the Lab where they were made?
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It is on the right center. If you put your hand at the bottom of your nose and went to the right a bit that's exactly where it is.
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Yes and I mentioned above your gums are shrinking. That is the right buccal side that they need to trim. But it doesn't sound like your dentist may be comfortable doing that but you mentioned below that your dentist and assistant is only who you will see...
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Josie what is a right side buccal?
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That is the area you're speaking about. The pain is on the right side buccal. Buccal is inside closest to your cheek.
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If you mean the dentist and his assistant being a dental assistant I think you should consider your options if things don't work for you on your next adjustment. I can give you some suggestions if you like...
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If it's on the right side just a little off center then it's your right side labial area...
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I will let you know how my next adjustment goes, and thank you so much for everything you've been telling me I find it very helpful.
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No problem. Hope things go well on your next appt and don't worry if it doesn't I have some suggestions that might work. It will be our little secret on here. :)
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Josie thank you so much have a good night God bless you.
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Thank you. You as well. :)
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Where can I get CUSHION CORRECT EZ in the U.S.?  I would love to try it.

Thanks!

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Is there a website where U..S residents can order CUSHION CORRECT EZ please?

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You can't get it in the US. You have to order it from Japan.
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Japan only.
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http://global.rakuten.com/en

It a lot like a Japanese Ebay. Search for cushion comfort EZ.
A lot of the stores take pay pal.
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If you use google chrome as your browser it will translate for you.
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Amazon
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I personally do not need any help with my upper - it fits so well it has not needed any fixative or implants.
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Lucky Dog!
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Maybe not, when you consider how much out of pocket I had to spend on implants for the bottoms, not to mention the unbearable pain!
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Ok so today I took off the EZ. My own fault - I totally forgot and left them a couple of hours last night without soaking and I think that was enough to screw them up. I believe that is MY fault, not the EZ. When you take them out immediately put them in water! I am saving the rest for another time - until I can get my own tubes.
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EllenM, Are you saying you screwed your denture up? Elizabeth
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Oh no no - just the product. I simply removed it and will start again. Think of it as like chewing gum - you stretch and press it onto your denture in the areas where you want the cushion. If you don't like it, you can peel it right off easily. Keep it wet when it's not in your mouth, though.
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Mind you - 1 10g tube would only do my bottom denture twice. So bare that in mind when you purchase. At 3.00 a tube I just ordered 5. Next time I'll likely order 10.
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Ellen, can you tell me what are you supposed to do with that tube that looks like a key? Thank you, Elizabeth
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Thank you Gary.
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I'm so sorry - I thought I had answered this - sometimes when I use my phone it doesn't actually post.
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Ellen, I do have a question for you , what do you mean when you say keep it wet when it's not in your mouth ? are you talking about the denture?
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Yes! I have a tendency to take my bottom denture out when I'm at home, quite often. That's fine - but set it in a cup covered in water.
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Dentures should not be worn over night either and sitting in water to keep them moist and maintains the life of the denture. Through time if not kept in water can dry out and even change their shape.This also allows your gums to rest and blood flow circulate to help keep your remaining gums healthy as well. :)
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Absolutely.
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Thank you for sharing this information
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I also think if you read the instructions which are poorly-translated from Japanese, there is a warning, but as you say - unless you put a glob in your mouth and swallow it, there is no choking hazard. It is often comical to see these attempts at literal translation that come with these things - you have to read through the lines, so to speak.
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Ellen M, I used a little bit of my tiny tube that I got as a sample the other day of the EZ cushion grip. I had it in for a little while and all of a sudden I'm feeling something in the back of the very back of the plate so I stuck my my finger back there and pulled out this big glob of what look like chewing gum. After that I kept feeling like there was something past the back pallet I don't know what they call it of the denture goes all the way up to where are you swallow I think Josie said it's called a PPS anyway that felt like there was stuff there so with my hand I'm trying to get the stuff out then I'm using a tweezer and hoping I don't accidentally pinch the inside of my mouth and really hurt myself, after that I found a few more pieces hanging and grabbed them and pulled them out And then my denture just fell right out. So this stuff is not gonna work for me at all.
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Was this an upper denture?
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Yes thank God I only have an upper denture that I'm having a really hard time getting used to after five weeks.
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I went for an adjustment just Monday and now it hurts worse.
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That doesn't sound good. Im sorry, you must be so frustrated. I only have an upper, on January 27th. Since i got the liner and fixodent powder i have adjusted really well and it is pretty comfortable for the most part. Alot of the time i forget its even in now. It sounds like you need to go back and get them to do it properly.
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Leslie, I wish I could forget I have it in. It is always on my mind that it is there always I wish it didn't hurt and I also wish I didn't have to use adhesive of any kind. I thought the Seabond would be better because no gook to deal with when you take it out but it only worked for me for one day and the next day I put it in and it fell out so looking forward to whenever I'm going to get a hard reline.
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I know exactly what your talking about. I've had an upper denture now for about 5 yrs. and I still hate it. It just feels so foreign to me. When I have to put it in to leave the house, I can't wait to get back home so I can take it out and feel normal again. Honestly, I think it's the pallet that bothers me the most. If I could afford it I would have it removed and just get 4 of the implant things or screws to hold the denture in place. I think it would make a huge difference for me. One of the biggest mistakes I ever made was pulling my upper teeth way to early because I couldn't afford the dental work that I needed and I thought my teeth were ugly. Boy what I would give to go back in time! I would settle for those ugly teeth in a heart beat today. But
hindsight is 20/20 right. ☹️
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It's been 2 yrs. now, so how are you doing with your denture now? Better?
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My uppers are great. Didn't need any implants to hold them in, nor any fixative. The lowers, I had two implants done and it's a constant thing to try and keep them fitting well, BUT I can eat, talk, and smile and they look nice. The pain I suffered from those two implants was a very rare case, wouldn't you know it would be me. I won't have any more done, but I'm glad I've got these.
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Yes Elizabeth it stands for Post palatal seal. That is what really helps with your suction. Omg thank goodness you weren't choking. I've never heard of that brand here but if fixodent or polygrip is used we recommend at our clinic for the upper no more than 3 dabs the size of a pea on left righr and center and should spread once you put denture in. Wow that sounds horrible. Glad your better now. Adjustments can be weird. It's not impossible to feel worse after one. If you have a bad sore in the area you got adjusted that feels worse try gargling and maybe take a break and let the sore heal. See if that helps. If not I'd say after a cple days get back over there and get another adjustment.
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I guess I have been fortunate. My uppers fit so well and are very comfortable. Don't even need a fixative. I am so sorry you are going through this, Elizabeth. Don't give up!
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Omg and please don't use tweezers if that happens again. Hopefully it won't. I had a patient (lady) tell me she uses a spoon due to her lack of mobility in her hands.
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I will have to call my dentist again Monday morning and see if he can fit me in for another adjustment. Thank you ladies for your compassion and empathy and for understanding. I never ever wanted to need a denture ever, and by the way I think it was Ellen who said something about implants you should not need any type of adhesive with implants.
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No adhesive with implants as the denture snaps in. This cushion grip you all speak of, I don't think we sell that here but it sounds similar to the soft lining you get shortly after the immediate denture is placed. Am I right?
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Yes it was me, Elizabeth. I am just getting two implants on the bottom, in the front, and the dentist has said I can use some fixative on the back if I need to. No way I an afford four! I can't really afford two but I have so much bone loss on the bottom it's the only way I'm ever going to eat normally again. I really found the EZ to cushion beautifully. Josie, Cushion Grip is no longer made, and an awful lot of people loved it and miss it. EZ seems to be a decent replacement for some. I have never had a soft lining - my immediate denture was my permanent denture and was hard on the inside.
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That's great that you're getting implants EllenM. Yes 4 are crazy expensive. I've never heard of trying to use adhesive on the back of the lower with the 2 implants. Wow! Keep me posted on that please. We have a patient that never wore lowers and was edentulous for yrs. She had an upper made by us. We recommended going to see a dentist about 2 implants on the lower and she came back with 8!!! Tiny little lady too. I told her she's one tough cookie. Anyways.....she got 4 in the front top and bottom total of 8. Unfortunately she's having a problem with the lower. She didn't have enough alveolar bone to place implants in the back so when she bites the pressure on the lower from the implants causes it to come forward a bit and it drives her crazy. We've been trying so many things to make her happy after all she spent tons of money at the dentist. I'm going to suggest she tries that. Oh and because she got 4 on the top in front she doesn't have the roof of a denture. It's like a lower so now she can taste food much better. Unfortunately she has a few other dental issues that are taking place at the dentist now but I hope the adhesive will help her lower.  But they say....if you get implants on your lower you shouldn't have to use adhesive....hmmmm I'm going to have to think about this one or run it by my boss.
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Ohhh ok I think I remember cushion grip now. We had a few people freaking out that something was discontinued. :/
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We do soft lining in the immediate denture. We leave it temporarily to help as a cushion while your healing. Then we remove it when we do the hard reline. Then that immediate denture has now become your permanent one. That must have hurt EllenM while you were healing...
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To the best of my understanding, the cushion grip and cushion correct EZ (Japanese version) are (or were in the case of cushion grip) similar to a soft reline with no mixing of chemicals. Just warm the tube, put it in and bite down. I've never tried either, but since my denturist doesn't believe in soft relines, I've done my own a few times. With a soft reline and and adhesive (especially with secure adhesive) I can eat almost anything and they feel a lot more natural.
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Exactly
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Josie it DID hurt - I've seen comments for a while relating to soft lining and had no idea what it was.
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Thats too bad Ellen. I have to make a correction on here. As some terms are different here. We put a "tissue conditioner" a mth after on an immediate. It's temporary but helps with fit and like a cushion. We don't do soft reline often. Those are usually purchased when a new denture is being made. Some people get one put in on for example there denture that's a cple yrs old and it is expensive and kind of a long procedure. My boss did one the other day and takes 1 1/2 days. Anyways if you had no tissue conditioner or something while you were healing I'm sorry to hear that. Do people forget we have feelings?? I hope you're feeling a lot better now. When my patients call us at the denture clinic I do everything g I can to help them.
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I hope you can help Elizabeth! I will be fine - I am getting the first step in my implants in less than a month, and will use the EZ to help as well. I am diabetic so it's another four months after that before I can get the final stage (the snap on part) and the final reline done.
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That's good. I hope I can help anyone on here that has questions. I can only offer my knowledge from working in a denture clinic. So hopefully with questions about steps, adjustments etc. What's the EZ stuff? When implants are done her if someone has a denture already it's modified until the healing of implants are done and then locators put on implants then new denture made.
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EZ is the cushion product. As for me, I believe they are modifying it in some way when I get the posts drilled in, as they made me an appointment there for that same morning. From what I understand, when the snap in part is added in four months (they will reopen the incision that they stitched up after inserting the post), they will just drill a hole into my existing denture to accommodate the snap in part.
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EllenM, you are so very sweet to think of me needing help. Just to let you know because some medicines that I am taking I believe my A1 C is up to 6.5 and my blood sugar is normally around 132. My primary care physician tells me not to worry about it to watch my carbs. I am on 6 meds and 2 of them side effect is it messes w/blood sugar level so she doesn't think I should also be taking another for diabetes even though my numbers indicate I hv diabetes. I lost 20 lbs. due to no top teeth for 3 months, I am trying to lose another 20 lbs . My weight would be fine if I was 5'7" or 5'8" but I'm not.. When I went to the dentist Monday I told him where my sore was and he said that's my tissue but it hurts and I showed him where it's digging into my gum. But it looks to me as though he trimmed where the sore is, so now my denture covers half of my sore spot and other half is exposed. And where was digging in remains the same it's still is digging in. He told me he doesn't know what else he can do to help me I guess because he doesn't want to trim too much and I'm afraid for him to trim another wrong spot. Since he can't put back on what he already trimmed away I am going to try the medicine that Annette suggested I hope it works better than Orajel or Orabase because those two do nothing for the pain, especially when I have the denture in my mouth. Do you mind me asking you what your numbers are regarding your diabetes? Thanks again for asking Josie to try to help me very kind of you. One other thing I wanted to mention is I don't think you should need any type of adhesive or EZ cushion w/implants. If I was in a financial position to afford implants that is definitely the way I would've gone..
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I take metformin. My numbers are usually 5.9 - 6.1 - a little higher now I think because I can't chew my food properly or eat nice, hard veggies etc. My daily levels run pretty much between 100-110 most of the time now. Honestly I am not really in a position to have the two implants, but we did what we could to find a way because these things are just flip flopping in my mouth now (bottom dentures are the worst for that) and I haven't chewed or eaten normally in months. I wanted to ask you, do you take your's out often to allow healing? I had to even with my uppers (which I am blessed to say fit like a glove and don't need fixative) - but definitely with my lowers. Those sores need a break from the dentures to heal, I think.
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Annette, I ordered a tiny little tube that actually is going to cost the same amount of money as the shipping is so I don't know how long it's gonna take to get it because I just ordered regular mail not priority.. EllenM, just to let you know on my lab Corps report regarding my blood sugar it said that if you were numbers are between 5.7 and 6.4 you are pre-diabetic. It said 6.5 which is what mine is now or higher is diabetes. That being said do you really think you need the Metformin? I heard that medicine has bad side effects.
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Well I was higher than that before the metformin and change in diet. I had gone from pre to actual diabetes.
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Hi Ellen M, just saw your comment now I had replied to you on another link cause I couldn't find our original post. After I replied regarding the medicine I was thinking the same thing as what you just said that perhaps the reason your numbers are lower is because you have been on the medicine. Hope it gets better for both of us.
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It will ;)
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And sometimes this cushion grip or the other adhesives may only need a little. Maybe you put too much?
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I am wondering if she did.
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I tried using less of it today and my denture just fell out so I guess I'm going to have to stick with secure.
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Elizabeth you need your dentist to work with you on this. They shouldn't be that loose imo. I got instant suction with my top set, and have never even had them relined. Bottoms - different issue altogether so I kind of know what you are going through.
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I've heard from our patients- sorry not sure how to classify them on here..."our people" lol that they need to try different ones. Some like the paste and hate the powder some don't like them at all. I have a gentleman that had an immediate made...such a nice guy. Poor fella hates the "glue" and refuses to use anything. He can't wait for his 6 mth reline. He called me again asking when his appt is. I bumped him up a week. We've only had a cple people including him that just don't have the patience anymore. But things are different here in Canada and the Reline is a separate cost and we don't want people to have to pay more than once so we try our best to help them out and ask them to be patient and wait until the 6mth mark is up....He's going to be a happy camper once it's done and I can't wait. I'm very excited for him. :)
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Unfortunately ladies in the denture world FULL lowers will never be perfect and most require to use adhesive. There's no suction because like the upper it goes on the roof of your mouth. With lowers a partial is great as it has clasps to anchor around at least 2 teeth to keep them in place. I agree with EllenM and definitely work with the dentist. Just please remember that no one mouth is the same and everyone has their own experiences and similar ones. It all matters with how your extractions went, how many, your genes, how are your gums healing, how bad or good are your wounds, are you on medications, do you have any illnesses etc... Just try really hard to remain positive that things will get better.
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Josie, just to remind you I only have an upper I have natural teeth on the bottom. I had seven teeth removed on October 30, 2015. Got my denture on January 25 and had five adjustments so far the last adjustment made it feel worse so I praying that the next adjustment doesn't make it feel even worse than now.. For me it is a little over four months since I had my seven upper teeth removed I would think my gums should be pretty much healed by now. But maybe I'm wrong.
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Right, Annette - it's not an adhesive, it's a cushion. On me it cushioned so well I could eat even without a fixative. I wish it lasted more than a few days - but I'm going ahead with a couple of implants.
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Annette, I am Elizabeth and there should be only one of me.
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There is 2 of me. lol. One is my work one and then I got hooked to this and now I have a personal one. I probably won't go back on my work one so I can keep my job. lol
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Annette, I see the problem and I don't know why it's happening one picture is of me and the other one is of my sweet Shiloh whose spirit now lives in heaven with the Lord.
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Elizabeth you'd be amazed how much healing can take place around the 4 mth mark. We have a patient that got his denture made at a dentist and wasn't happy. He got his hard reline too soon. Well we fixed that situation for the time being...he's at 8mth mark and he's healing so much now. The denture for some reason had his gums compressed and they weren't healing properly and he says he feels so much better and they are getting much looser but he can't wait for his hard reline done the right way once he's actually fully healed. We don't see this often but unfortunately for him his hard reline being done too soon prevented his gums from healing properly.
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Hey Elizabeth do you have a strong bite?
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Josie, I think so. I am not quite sure what you mean?
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Ok so most people if they have a strong bite (whey you bite down) and you make contact with your natural teeth. Does your denture have a metal mesh in it? Also are you wearing your denture and are the sores visible when you go for an adjustment?
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Also Elizabeth do you have any TMJ issues?
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Josie, I posted a picture of my teeth in my mouth I don't know if you got to see it yet but I had commented that that was the one positive thing is that I do think it looks good. Definitely better than when I was walking around for three months with no top teeth.
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Yes I saw the pic and you look great. Not sure if you saw my questions above?
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If you are still grinding you should still wear a mouth guard to maintain your dentures. :)
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That's great. You could've had alot on your mind at that time. I went through a short time of grinding when I moved 2 hrs away from everything I knew. It went away shortly after. Glad you're not grinding anymore as that can cause bad migraines as well AnnetteG. :)
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Josie no I have no TMJ iproblems if that question was for me..
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Ok that's good Elizabeth. I sent you some more comments on the other post somewhere on here...lol
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Also Josie I have no metal in my denture.
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Also Josie I have no metal in my denture.
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Yes no metal because it's a full upper. Are you able to go to the Lab where your dentures were made?
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I would seriously doubt that, I deal only with my dentist and his assistant.
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Josie whatever other comment you sent me I don't know where they are or where to look for them.
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Okay. So are you saying that is only who you will deal with?
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The comments were on this one and the other one that you and I seem to be going back and forth to which is confusing me. :)
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We need to stick to one area Elizabeth....
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Josie, for tmr no I do not have a dental clinic I can go to but I can tell you this my dentist said to call as many times as I needed and he will be happy to give an adjustment so I don't think he feels uncomfortable doing it I just feel like a big pain in the ass for needing to see him so much. As far as us talking about one thing at a time the only thing I was concerned about and still lamb is the pain I have in the right side of my mouth but you are saying is either A buccal or a labial. I was thinking it might be a bone or something like that but I'm not sure like I said I'll have to call him Monday and get back to you and see if you can fix it better for me
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Hi Annette, I wanted to let you know that I am not using two different devices. What happened was one day when I went to comment on something but I had to put my email address and it would not accept my regular email address saying it was not recognized and I do not know why. Since I have another email address that I don't use for emails but for signing onto other forums once in a blue moon when I used my other email address it did accept me and I once again don't understand why. When I saw that I sent a request to the denture site asking them to remove the one email address maybe I sent it to the wrong person but I asked if my one email address could please be used only. For whatever reason my request was ignored and I noticed it's only on the one question about the EZ cushion and adhesive information that it is coming up as the wrong email address which is the one with the picture of me as opposed to the one with the picture of my beautiful dog. So I do not mean to confuse anyone or Josie and I don't know how to get them to only send my comments to my one original email. Thank you for explaining to me why there was confusion. Elizabeth
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Hi Annette, the only problem I have with doing that deleting my profile is I only have one profile, but I guess they asked for an alternate email address when I signed up otherwise I have no idea how they got my second email address. I am concerned that if I delete the profile I will be totally deleted and have to re-sign up again. I am just going to try to use this site less.
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I didn't really pay attention Elizabeth if you have two profiles but we were both chatting on 2 different posts but on the same page on my end here and I was getting confused and a little dizzy...lol Although it may have been because it was past midnight haha
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Hi Josie, I have an appointment for 12:45 on Monday. Hopefully he can tell me why the roof of my mouth feels like it's burning and also why the right side of my denture is digging into my gum so much. I know you said you might have some suggestions for me if I need them maybe we could email each other or if you're on Facebook you could private message me. Would that be OK with you? Since I have two email addresses, not two accounts I don't want to confuse any newcomers with my comments. I joined in October 2015 but in February last month the site wouldn't let me comment so I had to use my other email address and that's why you see a picture of me on some of them and a picture of my dog on most of them.
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Thank you very much Annette, I hope so too , now I am also realizing I am experiencing a burning on the roof of my mouth I didn't notice that before I don't know if it's from the secure paste or what. I wouldn't be surprised because I get side effects from just about every medicine I've ever had to take. Also from latex I have a reaction. Thank you again for your concern.
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Hi Elizabeth, that's great that you are going to the dentist on Monday. You probably are having a reaction to that paste. The suggestions I have are not a "big" secret really. I just don't think your dentist may be very confident messing around with the denture and it was made at a lab. See how things go tomorrow but if he doesn't really do much to the denture I recommend going to a Denture Clinic. I'm not sure if Labs are able to see people there; they are not allowed here in Ontario and that's because they are RDT's (Registered Dental Technician). A Denturist is licensed to see people and most don't require a referral. If you don't want to offend or "hurt" your dentists feelings and feeling loyal to them don't tell them. In most cases we have had people come in at our Clinic with a denture we didn't make and provided an adjustment at no cost. But that's because my boss is a nice guy. lol. In some cases it should only be about $20. I think you should really consider that and then of course you may continue your regular appts with your dentist.
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We have had patients come in for all kinds of adjustments. Elizabeth your issue with the gum on the right side is common. They should trim very little of the denture until you feel it's not digging anymore. The 1st year from having extractions is a challenge as your gums are shrinking and healing even if they look and feel like they have healed they may still be shrinking. Usually after 6 mths from the date of extractions is when one feels comfortable with their denture.
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Josie, today I used the see bond again. The only adhesive that leave no gook when removing. Took me almost a half an hour of holding it up there the denture that is to get it to stay. But I am still feeling a burning on the roof of my mouth after a couple hours it'll start to bother me about the digging on the right side the gum. Really tired of going back to the dentist so many times but looking forward to it feeling better tomorrow before I have to drop my car off for a day or two.
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Yes you wouldn't be having a reaction to the denture. It's made of acrylic. Maybe your denture needs a good soak. I really hope things get better for you tmro after your visit at the dentist.
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Josie my Dentur w gets a good soaking every night from about 11pm or 12 till about 10 or 11 am the next morning with either a Polident tablet or stain away. So I know my Denture has been soaked probably more than anyone's because I can't stand wearing it even though I do
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Ok that's good. I just thought maybe for some reason there may be a little of that paste in there and it's still bothering you...
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Josie, I went for my adjustment, my Dentist says he doesn't really know what else he can do because he's not seeing anything and I explained to him where it hurts and so I think what he did was trimmed a little away and then he shoves it back into my mouth and of course it would not stay cause I used the sea bond that he had a takeout and then I used some poly grip that I had in my purse to keep it in and now I'm trying to get used to it again. I do still feel pressure on the right I don't know if it's just my mouth thats screwed up.
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Hey Elizabeth, everybody has a "screwed up" mouth. tee hee. Honestly no mouth is the same and no mouth is perfect. Usually when a sore is bad my boss was able to see it and helped relieve it by trimming away some of the denture. I also know he has used some material and put it in there mouth and asked them to bite to help see where the pressure was. Yes when you go for an adjustment for your upper it's best not to wear any adhesive so it's easier to take the upper out. We have also recommended depending how bad the sore is to give your gums a rest for a day or so. Also try gargling with salt water. Not sure if that's something you would like to try? See how that goes. We had a patient come in the other day with such a bad sore. I didn't see it as my boss is the licensed Denturist and not I but I heard my boss say " WOW THAT'S A BAD SORE". He relieved it for him and told him not to wear it for maybe the day or so and to make sure he calls us sooner if he needs an adjustment. The poor guy thought he was inconveniencing us which I always give them heck and tell them they are not and we don't want them to be in pain.
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Elizabeth Thompson, if you are still experiencing difficulty because of two profiles please let me know. Thx.  
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Rosie, I don't know how I have two profiles I have two email addresses and my normal one one day it said it was not recognize so I used the other then all of a sudden the normal original one was being recognized so I don't understand how that happened. But I don't need any bullshit from somebody complaining about it I'm not bothering anybody. If it's a problem for somebody I will just not go on this board anymore and I will join that other one.
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None of us feel that way, Elizabeth. We hope to be able to help you.
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Hi Annette, I'm not angry with you when you questioned me about it I checked your profile and I was shocked to see you only were on the site for one day I actually thought you were somebody like Rosie who is trying to help me out but I did try to delete it and it wouldn't let me delete it so what the hell can I do and I'm not doing better with my denture problem in fact I think he trimmed the wrong spot and he told me he doesn't know what else he can do to help me. So now it hurts worse and it has me in a very bad mood.
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How long have you had the denture, Elizabeth?
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I had seven upper teeth extracted on October 30 I went three months with no top teeth I got my denture on January 25 I have had six adjustments in six weeks and instead of her getting better it's getting worse.
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Oh gosh. Hoping Josie will chime in and have some advice for you. I'm so sorry.
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EllenM, I actually thought it was getting a little better with the first three adjustments but the last two have only made my pain worse.
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Annette, I have never heard of that stuff.
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Thanks Annette, I will check it out.
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suregripdentaladheasive

New stuff it's good
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Rosie, I actually tried to delete one of them and it said I could not because it was my only email address attached so I don't know what I'm supposed to do but I'm getting tired of hearing about it.
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