Poligrip Super Extra Care Denture Adhesive Cream
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Important: read directions first. Apply super Poligrip in short strips, as shown. Upper. Lower. Partial. Directions: for the first time, use a small amount. Use more if needed. Too much adhesive can cause oozing. It may take a few tries to find the right amount for your denture. Apply once a day for secure hold. Do not apply more than once a day. Visit your dentist regularly. III-fitting dentures may impair your health. To keep tip from clogging, keep cap and nozzle dry. Applying: 1. Clean and dry your dentures. 2. Apply super Poligrip in short strips, as shown, not too close to the denture edges. 3. Rinse mouth before inserting dentures. 4. Press firmly into place, hold firmly, and bite down for a few seconds to secure. Removing: 1. Swish mouth with water. 2. Slowly remove denture using a rocking motion. 3. Remove adhesive residue from denture and mouth with warm water and a soft brush. 4. Use Polident denture cleanser to thoroughly clean your denture. Store in a cool, dry place.
DescriptionPoligrip???? Super Extra Care Denture Adhesive Cream. Super Strong, All-Day Hold. Ooze-Control Tip????. Zinc Free Formula. Seals Out Food Particles. Helps Prevent Gum Irritation. Net wt 2.2 oz (62g).
Other DescriptionDoes not contain zinc. PoliCare??????. Go to mypolicare.com for valuable coupons and information. Questions or comments? Call 1-866-640-1017 (English/Spanish) weekdays. FSA eligible. PoliGrip????, Ooze-Control Tip????, PoliCare??????, associated slogans and trade dress are trademarks of the GlaxoSmithKline Group of Companies. ????2010 GlaxoSmithKline.
IngredientsPoly (Methylvinylether/Maleic Acid) Sodium-Calcium Mixed Partial Salt, Petrolatum, Cellulose Gum, Mineral Oil, dl-Alpha-Tocopheryl Acetate, Methylparaben, Ethylparaben.
WarningsDo not use if you have sensitivity to or reaction from any of the cream ingredients.
A few individuals may be sensitive to this formulation. If discomfort occurs discontinue use.
Swallowing small amounts of this product, when used as directed, may occur and is not harmful.