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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT BONDEZZ™

Below are a few of the most common questions about Bondezz™ that we receive from our customers. If you still have questions, please get in touch directly via our contact page.

 

What is Bondezz™ made out of?

Bondezz™ is made from a non-toxic material that activates on contact with water and bonds tightly for a comfortable, form-fitting, sanitary seal.

Where can I purchase Bondezz™?

Bondezz™ are available for sale online and will be coming soon to vitamin & health stores.

How is Bondezz™ different from other denture products on the market?

Many standard denture adhesives pose risks for frequent users. In some cases, excessive use of ingredients such as sodium carboxymethylcellulose (CMC), polymethyl vinyl ether-malevich anhydrade (PVM-MA), copolymer, and zinc can lead to harmful side effects, including allergic reactions, nerve damage in the hands and feet.

How do I use Bondezz™?

To apply your Bondezz™ pads, please access the video tutorial section on our website for detailed instructions.

What are the benefits of Bondezz™?

At Bondezz™, we believe dental care should be safe, comfortable, and stress-free. That’s why Bondezz™ is completely adhesive-free and powered simply by water and our all-natural pads. Opt for an adhesive-free product, like Bondezz™, and skip the health concerns associated with most denture adhesives.

What does the FDA say about denture adhesives?

Below is a detailed letter from the FDA explaining the risks and concerns with using standard denture adhesives.

Denture wearers may have difficulty determining the proper amount of denture adhesive to use if the instructions are not clear. If a denture wearer is uncertain about how much to use, he or she should contact a dental health professional to help determine the correct amount.

Denture wearers should know that a large amount of denture adhesive will not necessarily address problems with ill-fitting dentures, and prolonged use of ill-fitting dentures may lead to an increase in bone loss.

The FDA recommends that consumers of denture adhesive products:

 

  • Follow the instructions provided with the denture adhesive. If the product does not come with instructions or the instructions are unclear, consult with a dental professional.
  • Do not use more adhesive than recommended.
  • Understand that some denture adhesives contain zinc, and that although they are safe to use in moderation as directed, if overused, they could contribute to harmful effects if overused.
  • Know that manufacturers may not always list their product ingredients.
  • Know that there are zinc-free denture adhesives products.
  • Stop using the denture adhesive and consult your physician if you experience symptoms such as numbness or tingling sensations in the extremities.
  • Start with a small amount of adhesive – if the adhesive oozes off the denture into your mouth, you are likely using too much adhesive.
  • Know that a 2.4-ounce tube of denture adhesive used by a consumer with upper and lower dentures should last seven to eight weeks.
  • Track how much denture adhesive you use by marking on a calendar when you started a new tube, and when the tube is empty.
  • Consider speaking to your dentist to see that your dentures fit properly. Dentures can become ill-fitting as a person’s gums change over time.