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455 Messages

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8.7K Points

Sun, Oct 14, 2018 7:46 PM

Hi I aj currently using SECURE anyone use OliviaFix from Europe?

IS IT GOOD?

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12 Messages

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250 Points

2 years ago

Actually I never heard of Olivia fix. Where do you get it? I am quite happy with secure and been using it it for about 2 years.

8 Messages

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150 Points

You can get Olivafix on its website https://www.olivafix.com/eu/

215 Messages

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4.3K Points

2 years ago

I don't like how Secure gets all gummy and thin and comes out of the bottom of the lower dentures when it gets wet.  So gross.  It's like you have a bugger in between your lip and the denture.  So gross.  

I haven't tried OliviaFix because of the price, it's outrageous.  However, it does seem to be made from natural ingredients that won't cause all the crap that zinc causes.  When I get rich, I'll try it.

455 Messages

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8.7K Points

2 years ago

I agree, but u can get a sample of OliviaFix u have to pay.  I hate secure for the same reasons.  I got an email about Cushion Lining did u ever try.  I thought it was a scam but seems ok.  Not sure if I am ready to try.

215 Messages

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4.3K Points

2 years ago

I bought the stuff on Amazon that is just like the cushion grip that got discontinued, much like Cushion Lining claims to be but is not.  

I bought this one, it's good to heat up and place in the bottom denture.  It helps to not have that hard plastic right on your gums and fills in any space from shrinking.  https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B01KCA7BKO/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I bought this one also, and I prefer it.  Same thing except I don't really need to heat it up.  It lasts longer than the one above and I really love it for the bottom denture.  https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B01KCA7BKO/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I bought the Densure Fit, it's a silicone, that I use for the uppers to fill in the spaces from shrinking, it really makes the suction possible and it, again, keeps the hard plastic the heck off of my skin!


215 Messages

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4.3K Points

2 years ago

Cushion Lining has a boat-load of complaints with the BBB and all over the internet.  They won't say what their ingredients are.  Hey, did you ever get that hardish, sticky goo that you squeezed out of a tube and placed it on the end of a tiny straw to make those super hard bubbles when you were a kid?  I'm 55 years old and I remember having that as a toy, although I don't remember what it's called.  Anyway,  Cushion lining and the two Japanese companies I mentioned above is about the same material.  If I can find out what the name of that toy was, I would be willing to try it in replacement of those two products, I'm sure it would work the same.  Just have to find out what the ingredients are. 

422 Messages

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12.7K Points

2 years ago

I've heard of oliviafix, never tried it, if I need I use secure. If u only use a small amount it usually doesn't get slimy or anything. I know in sum things more is better, but with secure less is best.

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662 Points

2 years ago

I have tried OlivaFix and I do not like it. I think it has too much oil in it so it is slimy. I have tried so many and just keep going back to Fixadent in the light blue box. I have tried the denture reline, its the only one I use. Wearing dentures can be very expensive when it comes to trying out different adhesives.

259 Messages

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6.1K Points

2 years ago

Yes!  I use Olivafix and I love it!  I get about 18 hours of hold on the bottom denture and longer on the top.  I don't get any movement while biting or chewing.  A little goes a long way! It's pricey but very worth it!!

215 Messages

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4.3K Points

2 years ago

The ingredients are mentioned online on Amazon for the Olivafix Gold.  Let's make our own!  I have to go to work now but I'm going to find out where I can get these ingredients and start a little lab mixing different amounts and see what happens.  Anyone live in my area want to experiment with me, go halfers? !!!

91 Messages

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2.4K Points

2 years ago

The closest thing I have found to Cushion Grip is DinaBase7.  I found it in Germany last year and bought a few tubes.  Not much is needed to hold dentures in and it lasts for days.  I still cannot fathom why the company that bought the producer of Cushion Grip stopped making it.