Secure Smile is a line of cosmetic teeth which can be obtained at a fraction of the cost of veneers or dentures. Read our Secure Smile review.
About Secure Smile
Secure Smile teeth are upper/lower cosmetic teeth that are available without going through a dentist, or paying high costs of dentures or veneers. The official product website is securesmileteeth.com, which was registered in January 2009. The screen capture below shows how the official website looked in June 2016.
Claims and Features
- Custom fits using a glass of hot water
- No dentist needed
- Fitting takes about 30 minutes
- For adults only
- One size fits all
An Upper Secure Smile costs $39.99, and a lower is $49.76. An upper-lower combo costs $97.77.
Secure Smile Review
Secure Smile cosmetic teeth are inexpensive false teeth which are available at a fraction of the cost of professional dentures or veneers.
To use Secure Smile, you soak the apparatus in very hot (not boiling) water. This softens the device and allows it to be molded to your gums. You then press firmly and hold it to the gums until it hardens.
Denture adhesive can be used to attach Secure Smile, which should give you about a day of use. The product also comes with “dermal fitting beads” which are dropped into hot water and then molded as a single unit to the back of the device. Unlike the adhesive, which sticks to your gums, the beads create a permanent mold which fits over your gums, allowing you to remove and re-insert it as desired.
Pros and Cons
We have heard two primary concerns with those who are considering Secure Smile: How it looks, and if it is designed for use while eating or drinking.
Overall, a well-fit device will produce a realistic-looking smile for the average consumer. There are instances where they look too big and seem to protrude, but this can be remedied by filing the back of the device or the beads, if those are being used.
The makers of Secure Smile state that it is not designed for eating, although most users claim that it works when you eat soft foods. Rinsing afterwards is a must, however. The complaints you typically see are by those customers who have problems creating a proper fit, and who may have ordered a size that does not work optimally for them.
Be patient in the set-up process to ensure you get a proper fit, and file any uncomfortable or large areas down. This will give you the best chance of a successful experience with Secure Smile. Those who have a proper fit and proper size tend to give the product high marks.
Secure Smile doesn’t fix any underlying dental problems, but users can wear it to restore a smile in social settings. For some users this is more than enough of a reason to give it a try.
The closest alternative to Secure Smile is probably Imako, which offers similar solutions. You may be interested in perusing that product and its 3.1 rating on Amazon to compare to Secure Smile.
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