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New Weber Denture Liner Keeps Loose Dentures in Place
Date:2/2/2013

Freehold, NJ (PRWEB) February 02, 2013

Weber Denture Liner kit is the answer to questions asked by many 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 answer is the use of this new Weber invention - an always-soft Weber Denture Liner that requires no mixing.

These always-soft new Weber Denture Liners are ready to use, odorless and tasteless.

This new Weber Denture Liner is available now as an easy to use do-it-yourself at home kit. This always-soft Denture Liner is a flexible, translucent, odorless, tasteless, putty-like compound made to fill the gaps created by the slow but constant natural shrinkage of the gums and jawbones after natural teeth are removed. The Weber Denture Liner provides a wearer with the three basic essentials needed for comfortable dentures: (1) support, (2) stability and (3) reliable retention.

New denture wearers are aware that, after a few months of use, their new and once comfortable dentures lose their stability while chewing. This happens because there is slow shrinkage of both gums and jawbones after natural teeth are removed.

When Weber was asked what kind of feedback he gets from users of the new Weber Denture Liner kit he said:

"Let me quote a few of the comments I've had such as:

(1) “We love this product! This is the answer we've been looking for! Thank you!"
(2) “I am very pleased, can spit further than ever and eat chicken bones again!”
(3) “Fantastic product, so easy to use!”
(4) "My husband can now have hard to eat foods that he's been missing. I would recommend this product to others."

Weber Denture Liners (Made in USA) are available as disks and also in pre-formed shapes with choice of uppers or lowers.

The liners can be ordered in a variety of kit sizes:

The Regular Kit
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