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When shouldn't you use denture adhesives?

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Denture adhesives are not recommended if:

1. It’s a fix for ill-fitting or poorly made dentures.

2. When your dentist hasn’t checked your dentures for a long time. You may need to adjust or replace your dentures.

3. You use more adhesive than before or need it more often.

4. You have an allergic reaction to the adhesive.

From: Dental Health and Dentures WebMD Medical Reference

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American Dental Association. 

Reviewed by Michael Friedman on April 23, 2019

SOURCE:

American Dental Association. 

Reviewed by Michael Friedman on April 23, 2019

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