As your denture adhesive absorbs excess water, the hold will loosen. Here are some tips to help you break the seal between the adhesive and your gum tissue: Swish your mouth with warm water or a mouthwash. For the lower denture, pull gently while applying a rocking motion. For the upper denture, place your thumb against the front teeth and press upward and outward toward your nose. If you do not have success with these, you can seek medical assistance…
SeaBond Sensitive Denture Adhesive Cream is the only paste developed specifically for sensitive mouths. It has no added parabens and is flavor-free and zinc-free. The formula contains chamomile and will help protect gums from irritation.
We recommend to store in a cool and dry place at room temperature.
The expiration date is 3 years from the date of manufacture and is located on the end of the tube.
We have not performed any testing with other denture adhesives and cannot recommend using SeaBond Denture Adhesive Cream with another denture adhesive.
You are using too much, reduce the amount of denture adhesive cream.
SeaBond Denture Adhesive Cream can be used on partials.
SeaBond Denture Adhesive Cream should not get dry, however, if the nozzle of the tube stays open for a longer period of time or if the tube is not closed tightly, it may get dried out. To avoid this problem, always close the tube tightly right after use.