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186 of 187 people found the following review helpful
on January 14, 2009
I tried Perma Soft, and I like it. The down side is that during the molding process, it tastes terrible, and the taste lingers, so get both the uppers and lowers done, one right after the other, and you only have to go through the bad taste once. But it's worth it. WOW! the teeth FIT. I don't have to glue them in with Fasteeth any more. If anything gets under the plates, I can just rinse them under a tap and pop 'em right back in my mouth. I can eat raw carrots, and that's good enough for me. Perma Soft is easy to use, and a very attractive alternative to hiring highly paid professionals. Saves money and the teeth are way more comfortable to wear now. I should have done it long ago, but only recently learned about this product. Tell everybody. I want them to stay in business.Perma Soft
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286 of 292 people found the following review helpful
I ordered this product after SeaBond discontinued Denturite. I love it. It is not much different than the Denturite other than the color is lighter & matches my plate. The other difference, to me, is that it is lighter in weight & more transparent. I took the time to remove all the Denturite liner & started from scratch (dip in & out of hot water as you carve off with a safety blade - be careful). I was a bit worried about the directions instructing me to put them into my mouth so soon, as it still looked a bit runny but I followed the directions times to the letter & to bite down "slowly & gently" yet firmly into place & I got a great fit. I have found that too much pressure while bitting down for the fit does not work for me. I have to bite down just until I get the bite I want then stop there & hold. I only have the top plate, so I decided to "try" & split the second application (the two ingredients) to see if I could make a 1/2 batch. I measured carefully & it seems to firm up just perfect. The only CON is that it came with ONE, TINY plastic "screw cap" to mix in & it was a mess trying to mix it. So I would suggest using a small plastic cup to mix in. I used a to-go restaurant (bleu cheese) cup to mix the 1/2 batch in & that worked great.
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149 of 150 people found the following review helpful
TOP 500 REVIEWERon November 12, 2011
This is a liquid plastic (you mix powder and liquid to make the plastic), that goes inside the denture, and then is slowly and gently bitten into place. The excess squeezes out, is trimmed with a sharp knife, and done properly, should help fill in "dead" spaces under dentures. This is the exact same formula that a dentist uses to "soft" reline a denture.

The key to using this product is to thoroughly remove any and all contaminants on the underside of the denture before beginning. This means peeling out any old flaky liners, getting out all traces of denture adhesive, and then disinfecting the denture in bleach #50% mixture for 5 minutes for dentures that have no metal; or full strength hydrogen peroxide mixture for partial dentures with clasps#. The point is to get the plastic bases CLEAN! Mix the liner exactly as directed, trying to incorporate as few air bubbles as possible. Evenly spread the mixture on the inside of the denture. Dry mouth out with a gauze #this works better in as dry a mouth as possible - too much saliva may cause bubbles in the plastic liner, or roughness#. Place denture in mouth and gently#!# bite into the normal comfortable occlusion. If the bite is wrong, the liner will have to be scraped out and redone. Allow to set. It will not taste so good, and it will really smell initially. Once it is set, remove the denture and then trim excess with a very sharp knife. To round sharp edges, a little piece of fine sandpaper works fairly well.

I recommend doing one denture at a time. Start with the one that fits the worst and reline that one first because this way, you are biting against a fairly stable opposing denture. The bite is absolutely critical to get right or the denture will not feel right or comfortable. After stabilizing the worst denture, then do the other one.

The liner will get old, begin to crack and harden over time. It will then need to be replaced. Be sure and get out ALL the old liner before relining.

If done correctly, this really helps an unstable and unretentive denture become functional again.

If you have questions please post them!

Good luck!

kone
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106 of 108 people found the following review helpful
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This product is the next best thing to getting new dentures. You can save quite a bit of money because of it. The instructions for use are clear and concise and it is probably the same stuff a dentist would use for a reline
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79 of 81 people found the following review helpful
on December 19, 2009
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Perma Soft (2 kits)

First I must start off with telling you that my denture was 22 years old, and had worn thin, along with a couple of tiny holes in it where I had bitten thru it. They definately didn't fit right anymore, and I was constantly having to "glue them in" with Fixodent. I found Perma Soft thru Amazon, and decided to try it although costly, because it claimed to last 2 years. It was the BEST decision and money I have probably ever spent. The day before Thanksgiving, I was eating a peice of dried fruit, and I heard a "crack" sound. When I checked, I found that I had indeed cracked my denture in the front, and it appeared the Perma Soft "saved" the denture from coming apart. That night I got a package of denture fix, and "welded" them back so that I would be able to eat some dinner for Thanksgiving. Again I wasn't so lucky. I had tried to eat a peice of turkey, and the denture BROKE completely where I had welded it, and AGAIN, thanks to Perma Soft holding them together, I didn't have the peices of denture fall out of my mouth. The following monday I made an emergency visit to my dentist, and he rushed me through and made me a new denture, ( something that I stupidly had put off), and at the time the dentist himself told me that the reliner I had used ( Perma Soft) had "saved my cookies" and held them together, and continued to hold them together untill my new denture was ready 9 days later. I can't praise Perma Soft ENOUGH for making such a FANTASTIC product! I thank you from the bottom of my heart!
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77 of 79 people found the following review helpful
on November 20, 2008
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Does Perma Soft work? I just ate dinner with no problems biting or chewing and NO PAIN for the first time since I've had my dentures! Yes it works.

I've had dentures only about 3 months and have never been happy with the fit of the lower plate. Because of my poor health I have a very hard time getting in to the dentist for relining, so when I saw this product I decided to give it a try. I first removed the old liner from the lower plate, which is not really necessary as you can apply the Perma Soft liner over the old liner if you like. Following the Perma Soft application instructions I had no problems whatever relining the lower plate. The plate now fits perfectly with no slippage and, best of all, no pain. This is indeed a 5-star product.
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47 of 48 people found the following review helpful
on November 30, 2009
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I have used Perma Plate Reliner for several years. Normaly, it will last about two years before having to redo. It is very simple to apply, but once you have mixed the powder with the setting agent, have everything at hand to apply the material to the plate because it begins to set very fast. Tim Tyler.
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71 of 77 people found the following review helpful
on March 25, 2011
It even states on the instructions, if you are sensitive to chemicals, you might not want to use it. Well I'm not all that sensitive, but it made me slightly sick, while it was curing in my mouth. Better off to go to a dentist and pay the bucks to have it done right. I don't have any money, so I had to use this product.
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I have some knowledge as to how this stuff works and how quickly it sets, so the mixing part was easy for me. I poured the liquid into the powder and immediately mixed the two. I Kept Mixing until I was ready to put it into the denture. Constant mixing helps to ensure the powder dissolves into the curing agent. I mixed for about 2 minutes until the mix was thicker than "honey".
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I used a piece of kitchen plastic wrap to cover the denture after putting the mix in it. That isolates the mix from touching your mouth. The plastic (saran wrap) is thin enough to conform well to your mouth and you get a lot less bad taste from the mix. I did the 3 minutes in my mouth and then took out the denture and peeled off the plastic wrap, which did not stick to the mix. I rinsed the denture in cold water for a few seconds, flushed out my mouth and put the denture back in for 5 minutes. I rinsed it again and put it up for a half hour.
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I used an exacto knife to trim off the excess. I did not do that until the denture had set for 30 minutes. I just ran the exacto knife around the edge of the denture and then just peeled off the excess material. I took a small piece of 800 grit sandpaper and just lightly touched the edges to smooth them and the deed is done. It fits better in my mouth than before, but I don't notice it any softer. The pressure points are still raw, but they may get better with time.
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Overall I would say it works as advertised, but beware of the terrible taste and the fact that it may make a sensitive person sick.
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52 of 55 people found the following review helpful
on June 21, 2009
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Used this to reline my mother's dentures which no longer fit well enough to use. Couldn't have been easier to apply (you do have to read the instructions :), and worked great. She says they fit better now than when they were new. The material appears to be very solid, and well-attached to the dentures. Beats the heck out of a difficult trip to the dentist and paying $300 - $600.
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful
on February 1, 2010
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This product works really well. It last a lot longer than the other liner I tried. Make sure you put some petroleum jelly on the teeth and bottom/top side of your denture to prevent the liner from getting on that part, it will spill over. It doesn't tell you to apply the petroleum jelly in the directions. But trust me you will need to. It can be really hard to get off if you don't. Stuff taste really bad. I always soak mine in baking soda which really helps remove the bad taste from it.
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