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Originals By Weber Invents New Way To Solve The Loose Denture Problem
Date:7/1/2012

Toms River, NJ (PRWEB) July 01, 2012

This new Weber Denture Liner kit is designed to answer questions often asked by denture wearers such as: "How can I make my loose denture fit better and give me more comfort and no more sores or pain?" The obvious answer to these questions is the use of this new Originals By Weber invention an always-soft Weber Denture Liner that requires no mixing.

This new Weber Denture Liner kit is designed to answer questions often asked by denture wearers such as: "How can I make my loose denture fit better and give me more comfort and no more sores or pain?" The obvious answer to these questions is the use of this new Originals By Weber invention the always-soft Weber Denture Liner that requires no mixing.

Originals By Weber, Toms River, NJ 08753, Terry L. Weber, owner, announces immediate availability of their new, Patent Pending, long lasting Weber Denture Liners in a handy do-it-yourself kit, The always soft Liner material in this kit is a flexible, translucent, odorless, putty-like compound designed to fill the gaps created by the slow but constant natural shrinkage of the gums and jawbones after natural teeth are removed. The Weber Liner provides a denture wearer with the three basic essentials needed for comfortable dentures: (1) support, (2) stability and (3) reliable retention.

Most new denture wearers are aware of the fact that, after a few months of use, their once comfortable dentures (false teeth) lose their original stability. This happens because there is slow shrinkage of both gums and jawbones after natural teeth are removed. This shrinkage gradually causes the rigid plastic denture to become loose. Then, when chewing food, the movement of the denture where it rubs against the gums can cause raw and very painful sores to develop on the gums. Using this new, unique and always soft Weber Denture Liner can eliminate this very common sore mouth problem of denture wea
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