Originals By Weber New Invention Is Always Soft Weber Denture Liner Designed For Upper & Lower Denture Comfort

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Life with a new denture in the mouth is a radical, life changing experience because the wearer soon discovers the old normal ways of chewing and eating, since childhood, will never be the same again. There is an immediate awareness of several new experiences: chewing must be done very slowly and carefully; coughing and sneezing require an awareness that the denture could be easily dislodged accidentally; when talking and laughing care is required to keep the denture properly in place; daily cleaning of the denture becomes a necessary chore; a new way of kissing must be learned. In short, denture wearers are forced to change their lives. The always soft new Weber Denture Liners make adapting to these changes much easier.

Available as: Shapeable disks, Pre-shaped Uppers, Pre-Shaped Lowers

The 3 Weber Denture Liner shapes available are: 1. Circular, 2. pre-shaped lower, 3. pre-shaped upper

"Excellent in all respects"
"I love your product, rather like a silly putty and it works I have worn dentures for over 40 years and this is the best,"

Inventor of the new Weber Denture Liner (Pat. Pend.) says life with a new denture in the mouth is a radical, life changing experience because the wearer soon discovers the old normal ways of chewing and eating, since childhood, will never be the same again. There is an immediate awareness of several new experiences: chewing must be done very slowly and carefully; coughing and sneezing require an awareness that the denture could be easily dislodged accidentally; when talking and laughing care is required to keep the denture properly in place and noiseless; daily cleaning of the denture becomes a necessary chore; a new way of kissing must be learned. In short, denture wearers are forced to change their lives. The always soft new Weber Denture Liners make adapting to these changes much easier for all denture wearers.

Short History Of Dentistry.
Excavations of centuries-old graves reveal evidence that primitive false teeth (much later called dentures) were probably quite uncomfortable and it is believed they were only worn "for show" (not for eating) when the wearer was appearing in public. We are told those ancient wearers of artificial teeth always removed their teeth when eating. What's more, many false teeth wearers made it their practice to leave the dinner table when food was served and they would then go to a private room where they ate only soft food or soup in a place where no one could watch them.

History Of Toothache Treatments:
A few hundred years ago, there were many cruel and even brutal ways to relieve the pain of persistent toothache and tooth extraction. A local "Tooth Barber" would operate on the patient in the open town square. There were no pain-killers available (except liquor) so the Tooth Barber went to work on the tooth with a knife and pliers and proceeded to remove the aching tooth while shoppers watched and listened to the screams of the patient.

But, over the years since then, the methods of taking care of teeth have gradually improved. Today, the relatively painless treatment of teeth and mouth problems have become a respected profession.

Modern Tooth Extraction:
Now-a-days, a modern dentist, after almost painlessly extracting the teeth of his patients, usually has prepared a denture ahead of time and will immediately fit the patient with new almost perfectly shaped and fitted upper or lower acrylic plastic denture. The dentist's reason for putting these new artificial teeth in place so soon is simply to make it possible for the patient to walk out of the dental office and immediately resume life's normal activities including: eating, talking and smiling.

Results Of Extraction Of Natural Teeth:
As soon as natural teeth are removed, the gums and jawbones begin the slow but normal, and un-stop-able process of shrinking in size. Over-time, this shrinking causes all dentures to feel loose and thus become less secure as they slowly lose the original support and stability provided by the wearer's gums and bones. This unavoidable oral shrinking process continues for the rest of the denture wearer's life. Now, the new Weber Denture Liner Kit is made to over-come these problems because it is designed to "fill the gaps" between the new denture and the always shrinking gums.

When Weber was asked what kind of comments (feedback) he gets from his wearers of the new Weber Denture Liner, he replied with these examples of customer comments:

"I was looking for something new to line my dentures with so I went online.
I ended up at Amazon.com where I saw your kit, so I bought it.
After receiving it I found I could just order new liners from you and
they have worked very well for me."
"Excellent in all respects"
"I love your product, rather like a silly putty and it works I have worn dentures for over 40 years and this is the best,"
"FREE FAST SHIPPING GREAT PRODUCT THANK YOU TERRY !"
"WOW!!!! this works - thanks so much - unbelievable comfort - A+"
"Excellent product,as described, fast shipping"
" Fantastic! Extremely Fast Shipping! 5 STARS"
"WDL - perfect for me thanks AAAAA+++++"
"Wonderful Product, Thank you will add you as one of my favorites.."
" I believe these pre-formed liners are a real break through".
"Fast shipping, greatest product ever made!"

Weber Denture Liners are available for immediate shipping from Toms River, NJ, in kits as follows: (1) Kit # RK-4 with 4 circular liners that can be cut, trimmed and shaped to fit with scissors or fingers. 1 bottle of denture adhesive powder included. Price is $22.95 plus S/H $3.60. (2) Kit # PF-10 with ten pre-shaped liners in choice of Uppers and/or Lowers. Price is $39.95 plus S/H $3.60 Mailing address is: Originals By Weber, 338 Alabama Ave, Toms River, NJ 08753. Phone number is: 732-864-0353 or 877-309-8382. A Video is available with more details on the following website:http://www.originalsbyweber.com/page/page/4578911.htm

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