Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Snug Denture Cushion Reviewed

When a simple adhesive isn't enough

upper denture
Denture image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
The Snug denture cushion may be the answer to a fit that is no longer working for you. Let me review what I am now using to help you determine whether it might work for you or not.

Most people find that using a simple adhesive like Sea Bond will take care of dentures that slip. It was certainly the answer for me for several months. I really liked the simpleness of applying the wafer and it kept my denture in place all day. 

Over the course of time my gums changed enough that an adhesive just was not enough. It is a normal process for the swelling from teeth removal to go down and that will invariably change the fit of your denture. So, what does a person do?

The dentist who removed my teeth and made my denture was not willing to fix what I consider his mistake (which is a whole different story!). He would add a liner which was an additional expense that I honestly didn't feel that I should have to incur. Especially not when I have only had the denture for a little over a year. Needless to say, I won't be returning to his office for any kind of dental work. So, what is my solution?


I looked at my options and finally found a solution that is working for me. Snug denture cushion has been a wonderful product and finally my dentures fit like they should have from the beginning.

In each box there are two rectangle pieces of pliable material. You will have to trim them to fit your denture but that was not difficult to do at all. The instructions in the box are very good in explaining the process. Take your time and fit the cushion around the surface and then slip your dentures in. You will be amazed at how easy it really is!The fit, for me, is perfect!

The cushion is soft and it does not irritate my gums. There is no noticeable taste to get used to, either. Another bonus is that each night, I can remove my denture and place it in a effervescent solution to clean. I then rinse it off in the morning and I'm good to go. The cushion lasts for about two weeks which is really nice. Once the fit starts to deteriorate a little, you just peel off the used one and apply a new one.

So, if you have been struggling like I have and your dentist will not cooperate in helping you without doing a process that will cost you even more money; I recommend trying the Snug Denture Cushion.





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6 comments:

  1. Always good to have an alternative when things are not working right. Good Review!

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  2. My son-in-law recently got dentures. If he has any fitting problem down the road, I'll let him know about this product. Glad it is working for you.

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  3. How awful that you now have to purchase a separate product to keep your dentures snug! That is to be expected after a matter of years, but not with new dentures. I am sorry you that has happened to you, but I am certainly glad you have found an easy solution.

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  4. Bev, you've had quite a time on the dentures journey. I'm glad you've finally found denture cushions that sound like the perfect solution for you and, likely, others who are reading this now.

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  5. Nice to see this review. Many years ago I looked after three elderly sisters, one had dentures that just did not and would not fit properly. I wish I had known about this product then. We tried so many different solutions and never came up with a good one. Maybe this is it. Thanks Bev for this great review.

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  6. Someone I know has this problem - they lost quite a bit of weight and strangely enough their dentures didn't fit them the same (I didn't realize that was a thing?) - these sound like they'd solve her problem. Thanks for the heads-up and review on this one.

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