FAQ Comfort Lining
Thermoplastic Denture Adhesive





Q. How will Comfort Lining Work for me?
A. A thermoplastic denture adhesive helps by creating a soft denture cushion to eliminate sore areas on the denture for a more stabilized fit for the denture wearer without any sticky residue that other brands create and leave behind.

Q. Zinc?
A. There is absolutely no zinc used in our denture adhesive.

Q. What is EVA and is it toxic to me?
A. EVA is a nontoxic pliable material which is used in baby teething rings and food preparation materials.

Q. Why do I have to heat a thermoplastic denture adhesive for it to work?
A. Heat activates the thermoplastic molecules to become pliable and cold firms the thermoplastic.

Q. How will the thermoplastic denture adhesive secure my dentures?
A. It’s simple – thermoplastic denture adhesive and the saliva in your mouth will create the suction needed to secure your dentures. If you have a dry mouth, you may need to wet your mouth for the first hour after applying our product.

Q. Will the thermoplastic denture adhesive eliminate sore spots?
A. Yes, the thermoplastic denture adhesive will act as a shock absorbent between the dentures and your gums by creating a cushion layer to protect your gums from the hard rough denture. 

Q. My denture will not stay in after first application.
A. If your denture is not creating suction right after your application, this is caused by a lack of saliva in your mouth. Please try drinking some liquids and waiting a few moments for your mouth to secrete saliva.

Q. The product is starting to shift some in my denture after 6 days.

A. When you start to notice the product not performing as well as it was the beginning of your application, then it's time to re-due the application. We recommend changing your application every 6-7 days so Comfort Lining can preform properly. 

Q. How will this adhesive secure my lower denture?
A. Comfort Lining works very well for lower dentures by creating weight and suction with the cushion layer, with both of those qualities nothing works better to stabilize lower dental plates. 

Q.Will Comfort Lining work if i currently have a soft or hard reline on my dentures?

A. We cannot guarantee that Comfort Lining will bond to your current soft or hard liner. Comfort Lining works by bonding to a clean, dry surface and most soft liners are made from a porous material.