Keep Dentures Stain-Free

It’s necessary to clean your denture to keep them stain-free. Remove your dentures and run water over them after eating to remove any food particles. Be careful to not drop and break them while cleaning them, and don’t bend them or damage the clasps. You may want to stand over a folded towel or hold your dentures over a full sink of water when handling them. It’s a good idea to clean your mouth at the same time you clean your dentures, using a soft toothbrush for your teeth, and some gauze for your palate and tongue.

Daily Cleaning

Scrub your dentures at least once a day. This is necessary to remove food and plaque. To do this, use mild soap, dishwashing liquid or a denture cleaner. Avoid bleach, because it can turn the pink portion of the denture white. Do not use a stiff-bristled tooth brushes and abrasive toothpaste. These can damage your dentures. Brush all the surfaces of your dentures gently. If you a buy a denture cleaner at a drugstore or supermarket, look for a product that has the American Dental Association (ADA) Seal of Acceptance, since these products have been approved for safety and effectiveness. Dentures should never be placed in hot water, as his can cause them to warp.

Getting Used to Dentures

Scrub your dentures at least once a day. This is necessary to remove food and plaque. To do this, use mild soap, dishwashing liquid or a denture cleaner. Avoid bleach, because it can turn the pink portion of the denture white. Do not use a stiff-bristled tooth brushes and abrasive toothpaste. These can damage your dentures. Brush all the surfaces of your dentures gently. If you a buy a denture cleaner at a drugstore or supermarket, look for a product that has the American Dental Association (ADA) Seal of Acceptance, since these products have been approved for safety and effectiveness. Dentures should never be placed in hot water, as his can cause them to warp.

Overnight Soaking

Scrub your dentures at least once a day. This is necessary to remove food and plaque. To do this, use mild soap, dishwashing liquid or a denture cleaner. Avoid bleach, because it can turn the pink portion of the denture white. Do not use a stiff-bristled tooth brushes and abrasive toothpaste. These can damage your dentures. Brush all the surfaces of your dentures gently. If you a buy a denture cleaner at a drugstore or supermarket, look for a product that has the American Dental Association (ADA) Seal of Acceptance, since these products have been approved for safety and effectiveness. Dentures should never be placed in hot water, as his can cause them to warp.

Professional Cleaning

Don’t forget that you should occasionally have your dentist professionally clean your dentures. At the same time this is being done, your dentist can examine your mouth to see if it’s healthy.

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