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What Should I Do To Keep My Dentures Clean?

To name a few things that will stain your dentures are coffee, tea, red wine, tomato sauces, curries, medications and even your own saliva, You can help prevent plaque and tartar build-up, food stains, bad breath, mouth infections and redness or irritation to your gums by daily cleaning of you dentures and mouth.

Here’s how – Remove your dentures and brush them right after meals, then rinse them with water. Always use a soft toothbrush and liquid dish or hand soap. NEVER use toothpaste as it is abrasive and will cause scratching of the denture materials. Be sure to use a separate toothbrush and regular toothpaste to clean any natural teeth, tongue and gum surfaces. Overnight, take your dentures out and immerse them in a denture bath filled with denture cleaner or simply mouthwash.

And NEVER use bleach to clean or soak your dentures! This can weaken the structure of the dentures and discolor the acrylic surface. Always read the instructions for the denture cleaner you’re using and be sure you have the right type for your dentures.

By following these instructions this will help you keep your dentures looking great and performing well.

What Should I Do To Keep My Dentures Clean?

To name a few things that will stain your dentures are coffee, tea, red wine, tomato sauces, curries, medications and even your own saliva, You can help prevent plaque and tartar build-up, food stains, bad breath, mouth infections and redness or irritation to your gums by daily cleaning of you dentures and mouth.

Here’s how – Remove your dentures and brush them right after meals, then rinse them with water. Always use a soft toothbrush and liquid dish or hand soap. NEVER use toothpaste as it is abrasive and will cause scratching of the denture materials. Be sure to use a separate toothbrush and regular toothpaste to clean any natural teeth, tongue and gum surfaces. Overnight, take your dentures out and immerse them in a denture bath filled with denture cleaner or simply mouthwash.

And NEVER use bleach to clean or soak your dentures! This can weaken the structure of the dentures and discolor the acrylic surface. Always read the instructions for the denture cleaner you’re using and be sure you have the right type for your dentures.

By following these instructions this will help you keep your dentures looking great and performing well.

What Should I Do To Keep My Dentures Clean?

To name a few things that will stain your dentures are coffee, tea, red wine, tomato sauces, curries, medications and even your own saliva, You can help prevent plaque and tartar build-up, food stains, bad breath, mouth infections and redness or irritation to your gums by daily cleaning of you dentures and mouth.

Here’s how – Remove your dentures and brush them right after meals, then rinse them with water. Always use a soft toothbrush and liquid dish or hand soap. NEVER use toothpaste as it is abrasive and will cause scratching of the denture materials. Be sure to use a separate toothbrush and regular toothpaste to clean any natural teeth, tongue and gum surfaces. Overnight, take your dentures out and immerse them in a denture bath filled with denture cleaner or simply mouthwash.

And NEVER use bleach to clean or soak your dentures! This can weaken the structure of the dentures and discolor the acrylic surface. Always read the instructions for the denture cleaner you’re using and be sure you have the right type for your dentures.

By following these instructions this will help you keep your dentures looking great and performing well.

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