Suboxone Film Absortion And False Teeth????

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Nikki05 Says:
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I am taking suboxone films 8mg. I am wondering if the bottom bridge i have on my teeth effect the absortion? Will it have a reaction to the metal behind my front teeth? Idk wat to do. It doesnt seem to work same when i leave them in. Anyone know the real deal with this???? Please help!! Thanks so much in advance.

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maxx Says:

Absorbtion rates can vary forva number of reasons. Time, meaning how loug bupe is held in the mouth. Amount of saliva build up, and most importantly how much area is covered in the mouth area. In your case, if the dose or part of it is laying on the medal of bridge, it cant be Absorbed in this spot.
What needs to be done here and anyone else dosing, is when you start to dose, use the driest mouth possible to start, but more importantly is to take the end of end or tip of the touge and use it to spread the melting sub dose over the intire inside of your mouth. Not just under the touge. The whole mouth . Thisxway more surface is covered, and much more sub will be used.
This is the best way for more bioability when dosing. As far as the bridge, id take it out when ever i could, if you can. Otherwise paint the inside of your mouth with sub and keep painting for as all as you can. This sure helped me getvall i can out of my dose..good luck....max

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Kevin Says:

Hello Nikki05,

Yes it has been stated previously by other members that if the strips are not making contact with as much surface area of your mouth as possible you will lose some of the dosage. Maxx has pretty much summed up what most other users will tell you is the best way to get every bit of the active ingredient absorbed as possible.

If you make adjustments to the way that you administer the drug and still you feel like you are having issues then I would suggest you bring this up with your doctor and perhaps they have some options available to help you.

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