After your Denturist have meticulously adjusted your full lower denture's fit and you are still unable to find comfort with your denture, you may want to consider a soft liner. Soft liners are a medical grade soft polymer material applied to the tissue-fitting surface of your hard denture base, which behave like a shock-absorbing cushion when you are chewing. Soft liners can be applied to new dentures, old dentures, relines and rebase situations.

Over 20 years of research, advances and developments have been invested in quality soft liners. Increased comfort are acquired during chewing and daily wear. Clinical evidence indicates a high acceptance by patients. Based on patient home care cleaning, soft liners have an average lifespan of two to four years depending on your physiology.

Soft liners are appropriate solutions for:  

  • Flat or nearly flat gum tissues  
  • Gums with thin tissues over bony areas  
  • Chronically sore gum tissues

Soft liners require home care and proper cleaners to maintain their vitality. As with all removable dentures, soft liners require a regular check up to ensure fit and oral health. Your Denturist will provide professional cleaning as well as education in the maintenance of your soft liner.