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TOUGH GRIP THERMOPLASTIC DENTURE ADHESIVE


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This thermoplastic adhesive works to strengthen the bond between the dentures and your gums, creating a soft cushion layer between upper and lower dental plates.

waterproof and a zinc free dental formula which can be used on all types of dentures, including partial plates.

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Fun Facts About Dentures!

Did you know? That June 9th is National Denture Day. Yes, believe it or not, there’s an actual day that we celebrate dentures!

On June 9, 1822, Charles Graham received the first patent for false teeth. His were not the first false teeth in use, however. In the Colonial years, rotten teeth were considered the root of many illnesses. The primary treatment for decay was extraction and different ways of replacing them were devised. George Washington had at least four sets of false teeth, none of which, contrary to popular myth, were wooden. His first dentures consisted of human teeth inserted into carved ivory. Another set, made by George Washington's dentist, Dr. John Greenwood of New York in 1789, were made of gold, hippo teeth, and hippo and elephant ivory. A hole was left for Washington's remaining tooth, a molar....

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