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Dentemp Reline-It 2s

SKU : OTCDENT3|PIP-Code : 3925450|EAN : 010705400968
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Dentemp Reline-It makes looses dentures fit like new, offering stability that is not offered by thick layers of denture adhesive.
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Dentemp Reline-It

Dentemp Reline-It makes looses dentures fit like new, offering stability that is not offered by thick layers of denture adhesive. It contains two reliners and can be used for both upper and lower dentures.

Dentemp Reline-It is for the temporary refitting of dentures, until a dentist can be seen. Improper or long term use of denture cushions, pads or reliners may lead to faster gum erosion, irritation and sores.

For best results, use up to one week per application. 
  1. Clean and dry denture thoroughly.
  2. Place one packet of powder and one packet of liquid into a freezer for 3 minutes.
  3. Mix Reline-It liquid and powder in one of the enclosed mixing cups as follows:
    • Hold a Reline-It Liquid packet in one hand and gently tear off the notched end so as not to spill any of the liquid. Put all of the liquid into one of the enclosed mixing cups. Be careful not to get any Reline-It Liquid onto your skin. This liquid is flammable. Do not use near sparks or an open flame. Use in a well-ventilated area.
    • Hold the end of a Reline-It Powder packet and shake it so that the powder goes to the other end. Rip off the end that you are holding and add all of the powder to the liquid in
    • the mixing cup.
    • Using the spatula, mix just until the mixture becomes smooth Allow the mixture to set for 30 seconds in the mixing tray. Mix thoroughly once again and then spread all the material onto the denture.
  4. Allow the mixture to set for 30 seconds in the mixing tray. Mix thoroughly once again and then spread all the material onto the denture.
  5. Allow the mixture to set for 3 minutes. Make sure that your gums and palate are moist and then place the denture into your mouth.
  6. Bite down and hold the denture in the correct biting position for 6 minutes. A slight tingling sensation of the gums or palate may be experienced. A small number of people may have a sensitivity to this product. If the tingling makes you feel uncomfortable, remove the denture immediately and remove the reline material from the denture. See your dentist for relining.
  7. Take out of mouth and rinse with cold water.
  8. Using the enclosed spatula trim off any excess material that overlapped denture.
  9. Place denture in hot tap water and let set for 20 minutes. Then add 1 teaspoon of Baking Soda to 1 cup of warm water and soak the denture for a further ten minutes to remove any taste.
  10. Wash (rinse) denture again in cold water and trim any excess material from denture that was left behind the first time.
  11. Place denture back into mouth.
  12. Rinse off spatula and save to be used with second repair.
After relining has been completed, if for any reason the denture is uncomfortable or does not fit, do not use it. Remove the liner material and see your dentist immediately.

Removing Dentemp Reline-It

Do not use any sharp or metal objects. Using your thumb, keep lifting from the underside edge of the reline until enough is lifted where you can grab it with 2 fingers and peel it off gently.
  • Denture reliner liquid is fl ammable. Keep away from heat, open flames or sparks.
  • Avoid getting denture reliner liquid on skin. If you do, wash area with water immediately.
  • Contains methacrylates. Do not use if you are allergic or sensitive to methacrylates.
  • Do not use on Valplast Dentures (flexible dentures).
  • Do not inhale vapors from denture reliner liquid. Use in a well-ventilated area.
  • Do not use over an existing reline. Remove old reline first.
Always read the product information. Click on the link below to view the Patient Information Leaflet. Requires Adobe Reader – if you cannot open the file, please click here to download.

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