Sea-Bond Adhesive Seals
What’s the Difference Between Regular and Fresh?
Both provide the same all-day hold. Sea-Bond Regular seals are unflavored. Sea-Bond Fresh has a fresh and long-lasting natural mint flavor.
Do You Make a Combo-Pack?
No. Sea-Bond uppers and lowers are sold separately.
Can Sea-Bond Seals Be Reused?
No. We recommend that each seal be replaced daily.
I Rinse My Dentures After Eating. Can I Re-apply the Same Seal?
No, it’s best to use a new seal.
Will Sea-Bond Seals Hold Securely While I’m Eating?
Yes. Many people tell us the extra holding power in Sea-Bond Seals lets them eat the foods they ate when they had real teeth.
What Is Dentsyn?
A specially-formulated breath freshener that is part of the seal.
Do Sea-Bond Seals Have an Expiration Date?
No. A box of Sea-Bond seals has no expiration date. Simply keep the box in a dry area and keep it away from wetness and moisture.
Do Sea-Bond Seals Come in More Than One Size?
All Sea-Bond seals come in one standard size, designed to be trimmed for a custom fit.
How many seals come in a box?
There are two sizes: 15 and 30 seals in a pack. Remember that adhesives for upper and lower dentures are sold separately.
Which Side of the Seal Has the Pink Color? Which Side Is Which?
Each seal has a side tinted in pink. The color is there to help you know which side to place against the denture. The side with the pink tint should be placed against the denture. Also, don’t worry if there is a slight variation in the pink color, as it does not impact hold.
How Often Should I Change the Seal?
Once per day.
How Do I Remove the Seal Once It Is In?
Simply lift the corner and peel away.
How Do I Apply Sea-Bond Seals?
1. Place dry Sea-Bond seal onto clean denture. If too large, trim overlap with scissors. If seal bunches in back, cut a second “V” like the precut “V” in front. Once size is right, trim all seals in package to the same size.
2. Place trimmed seal on denture white side up, pink side down. Spray or mist with water and lightly tap seal into place with fingertip.
3. Put denture into mouth and bite down evenly for five seconds.
Sea-Bond Denture Adhesive Cream
How should I remove my dentures?
As your denture adhesive absorbs excess water, the hold will loosen.
Here are some tips to help you break the seal between the adhesive and your gum tissue:
- Swish your mouth with warm water or a mouthwash.
- For the lower denture, pull gently while applying a rocking motion.
- For the upper denture, place your thumb against the front teeth and press upward and outward toward your nose.
- If you do not have success with these, you can seek medical assistance in a hospital emergency room or a 24-hour dental service.
CAUTION: To avoid injury, do not use any object except your fingers (not your fingernails) to loosen the denture.
The product is not holding, what can you suggest?
We suggest always following product directions. The mouth should be clean before application. Do not apply more cream than is recommended.
Is the cream safe if ingested?
The ingredients in the SeaBond Adhesive Cream have been reviewed for oral safety and approved. However, please note that the product should be kept out of the reach of children.
How is Sea Bond paste different than other pastes?
SeaBond Sensitive Denture Adhesive Cream is the only paste developed specifically for sensitive mouths. It has no added parabens and is flavor-free and zinc-free. The formula contains chamomile and will help protect gums from irritation.
How do you store the SeaBond Denture Adhesive Cream?
We recommend to store in a cool and dry place at room temperature.
What is the expirations date/shelf-life of SeaBond Denture Adhesive Cream?
The expiration date is 3 years from the date of manufacture and is located on the end of the tube.
Can I use Sea-Bond Denture Adhesive Cream with another denture adhesive?
We have not performed any testing with other denture adhesives and cannot recommend using SeaBond Denture Adhesive Cream with another denture adhesive.
Why do I sometimes experience oozing when using Sea-Bond Denture Adhesive Cream?
You are using too much, reduce the amount of denture adhesive cream.
Can Sea-Bond Denture Adhesive Cream be used for partial dentures?
SeaBond Denture Adhesive Cream can be used on partials.
The SeaBond Denture Adhesive Cream is getting dry in the tube nozzle. Why?
SeaBond Denture Adhesive Cream should not get dry, however, if the nozzle of the tube stays open for a longer period of time or if the tube is not closed tightly, it may get dried out. To avoid this problem, always close the tube tightly right after use.
Can I use on top of a reliner?
SeaBond Adhesive Cream has only been tested on dentures and as such, we cannot recommend using the product with a reliner.
How do I remove any residue from the mouth?
The cream is water soluble and should not have any residue. We suggest using a soft bristle toothbrush with comfortable, warm hot water.
How many applications can I get from one tube?
Approximately 20 applications for 2 denture plates (uppers and lowers) and 40 applications for 1 denture plate.
How do you use the cream (how much to use, where to apply etc.)?
Wash and dry the denture. Apply small strips of cream in denture and avoid applying near the edge of the denture. Place the denture in mouth and press in place for a few seconds. For best results, wait 5 minutes after each application before eating and drinking.
What are the ingredients?
The ingredients are listed in the side panel of the package.
Does it contain zinc?
SeaBond Denture Adhesive Cream is zinc-free.
How does SeaBond Denture Adhesive Cream work?
Saliva activates the denture cream for long lasting hold throughout the day. The formula protects gums and is ideal for sensitive gums.
What if I accidentally swallow the product?
There is no toxic danger; Sea-Bond is made of nontoxic ingredients. However, if you have a history of difficulty swallowing, or choking, you should not use this product.
Can I Use Sea-Bond If My Denture Has Been Professionally Re-lined?
Yes. As always, it is best to check with your dentist first.
Can I buy Sea-Bond online?
What else does Sea-Bond offer?
Sea-Bond has everything you need to take care of your dentures.
Sea-Bond Dental Bath
• Easy care for dental devices: dentures, retainers, and mouthguards
Sea-Bond Dental Brush
• Recommended as past of your daily cleaning routine for dentures, retainers, and mouthguards
All of these products are available at fine drug, food, and discount stores.
Does Sea-Bond Contain Zinc?
No. Sea-Bond is a zinc-free product.
Can Sea-Bond Be Used on Partial Plates?
In some instances. We recommend you first talk with your dentist.