Denturite Denture Adhesive Complaint - Denturite Dental Adhesive Is Discontinued

Review by D on 2010-01-02
Resolution Update on 12/30/2011:
no longer available

I have used Denturite dental adhesive for many years because it provided a perfect seal for my china choppers that would last up to a month without replacing.

I realized that I was down to my last package and discovered that this "excellent" product has been discontinued due to economic reasons!

All I can hope is that all the folks who relied on this product bond together and write, phone, telegraph or smoke-signal this company and beg, plead and implore the makers to re-instate the product.

The company is:

Combe Corporation
White Plains, N. Y 10604

P.S. I wouldn't even mind a reasonable price increase if it's necessary.
Help me out here folks....
Comments:13 Replies - Latest reply on 2010-12-06
Posted by madconsumer on 2010-01-02:
this is a well written and informative review.

i too recently discovered that max factor will no longer be sold in the usa, i feel your pain.

very helpful.
Posted by D on 2010-01-02:
Thanks Mad... I use that stuff in the tube now and my teeth keep floppin' around..
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-01-02:
I've got my own teeth so I cannot relate to having my teeth flop around in my mouth. I imagine it is rather unpleasant. Have you tried sea bond? It looks like it is not the goopy paste you are talking about so maybe you will have better luck.

Posted by D on 2010-01-02:
I use sea Bond wafers for the lower teeth but I can't use them for the uppers... I had too much shrinkage for the upper teeth..
Posted by D on 2010-01-02:
Sea bond Makes Denturite so I have torn product loyalties...
Posted by D on 2010-01-02:
It's HELL gettin' old...!
I advise against it!
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-01-02:
So OF, you don't have any of your own teeth anymmore?
Posted by D on 2010-01-02:
I haven't had since 1993 Wally...
There are advantages... when I want to clean them all I have to do is turn the garden hose on them...
I bet you can't do that!
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-01-02:
So you lost your teeth at 53 years old dang.
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-01-02:
My mom lost her upper teeth at age 24, when she was pregnant with me. I guess back then they didnt know what precautions to take. I guess that happened a lot back then. Wonder why the bottom ones were okay? hmmmmm?!
Posted by D on 2010-01-02:
Most likely calcium deficiency because you were growing fat and happy, drawing the calcium from her bones...You should pay for her dentures...it's the least you could do....LOL
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-01-02:
Believe me Old Fart, I have paid for that womans dentures 10 times over. LOL And I'd pay 10 times more. :)
Posted by DentureTemp on 2010-12-06:
A great denture liner alternative to Denturite can be found at: http://www.acryline2.com/

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