Acryline 2 Temporary Denture Reliner
- Temporary relief for loose, troublesome denture
- Mixture provides a better alternative to cheap powders and pastes
- Great for creating dentures that fit properly in your mouth
- Comes with mixing cup for creating solution
- Reliner is easier to remove compared to other solutions
- Comes with enough reliner for both upper and lower plate
Acryline 2 Temporary Denture Reliner is a great way to reline your dentures when they stop fitting properly after prolonged use. When you go to the dentist, dentures are custom fitted for each specific mouth and are meant to last up to seven years. However, changes in the mouth (due to bone loss or change) can result in dentures that no longer fit properly in your mouth. When this happens, one should schedule an appointment with their dentist but until that time, Acryline 2 Temporary Denture Reliner is the best choice outside of your dentist’s office. This denture reliner offers a great way to temporarily repair ones denture so that they fit properly in your mouth.
- Clean and dry plate thoroughly-Thoroughly clean denture with a brush and any good cleaner. Rinse and dry. Make sure denture is completely dry before next step.
- Pour and Stir Acryline 2- Pour one vial of liquid and one vial of powder into mixing cup.
- Apply Acryline 2 to only one denture at a time
- Fit denture in mouth- Place the denture in your mouth. Make sure it is seated properly. Bite down slowly, firmly, gently on opposing teeth making sure your plate meets in correct position
- Remove and trim excess- Remove denture from mouth rinse with cold water. Trim away any excess material which may have squeezed over the edges; using a sharp knife.
Why is there so little liquid and powder?
Each portion is sufficient material to do a complete denture reline. A thin film applied is all that is required for suction and fit.
Will Acryline 2 work on rubber or metal plates?
Acryline 2 works on rubber plates. Acryline 2 will not work on metal plates. Because everybody’s taste buds vary, some users may notice a slight bitter taste after applying Acryline 2. This is only temporary and occurs only during setting time. If this is noticed, simply soak denture in a solution of baking soda and water for approximately fifteen minutes, then rinse thoroughly.
How to remove Acryline 2
To remove Acryline 2, soak for 10 minutes in hot water, peel or scrape out the liner with a sharp knife blade. Heating the blade aids removal!
Ingredients: Liquid: Ethyl Alcohol, 2-Ethylhexyl Diphenyl Phosphate. Powder: Benzoyl Peroxide, Cadmium Pigments, Ethyl Methacrylate, Titanium Dioxide
IMPORTANT: Use of these preparations or devices may temporarily decrease the discomfort; however, their use will not make the denture fit properly. Special training and tools are needed to repair a denture to fit properly. Dentures that do not fit properly cause irritation and injury to the gums and faster bone loss, which is permanent and may require a completely new denture. Changes in the gums caused by dentures that do not fit properly may require surgery for correction. Continuing irritation and injury may lead to cancer in the mouth. You must see your dentist as soon as possible.
Warning: For temporary use only. Wear relined plate(s) only until a dentist can be seen; see your dentist without delay. Your plate(s) may require permanent relining. Read insert for full directions and warning before use. Not for use on metal plates.