Soft Liners

A soft liner is a layer of soft, pliable material that is fitted between the surface of a denture and your oral tissues. It absorbs shock between the hard base of your denture and your gums. Soft liners can be used when creating new dentures or retrofitted into existing dentures.

examine the fit of your dentures and general oral health. provide comfort and relief for individuals with receded and flattened gum tissues that don’t respond well to the stress of dentures. They may also be a suitable solution for patients with chronically sore gum tissues or gums with sharp bony areas.

Advantages

  • More comfortable to use
  • Virtually all patients respond well to soft liner materials
  • Easier chewing
  • A proven technology with over 20 years of innovation

Disadvantages

Soft liners may need replacement every one to two years in order for them to retain proper function.

Soft liners require regular follow-up visits with Steven M. Levy, DMD or Kinjel Gatha, DDS. They will examine the fit of your dentures and general oral health.