Dentures –

Denture Care

Do you still need to put your teeth in a glass?
We all have the image of a pair of false teeth in a glass on the bedside table, but modern advances in the materials used to create dentures and the fit and comfort of the apparel mean you don’t need to spend any more time cleaning your dentures than you would your natural teeth and there’s no need to soak your dentures overnight! By adopting a twice daily routine of brushing, soaking with a specialist denture cleaner, then rinsing, you can keep your dentures clean, fresh and free from bacteria.

For effective cleaning you can follow these quick and simple instructions:

  1. Remove your denture from your mouth
  2. Use a small-headed toothbrush to remove any food lodged in the awkward corners
  3. Soak the denture for just 10 minutes in a specialist cleaner such as Steradent Active Plus
  4. Alternatively, if you don’t have time to soak your dentures for 10 minutes, Steradent 3 Minutes can be used to remove daily build up of plaque and bacteria

Dentures containing metal parts can be cleaned with a specialist denture cleaner in the same way as regular dentures, but should not be left in the solution for longer than 10 minutes. We will give you specialist advice regarding a care routine if your denture has metal parts or a soft liner.

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Do you still need to put your teeth in a glass?
We all have the image of a pair of false teeth in a glass on the bedside table, but modern advances in the materials used to create dentures and the fit and comfort of the apparel mean you don’t need to spend any more time cleaning your dentures than you would your natural teeth and there’s no need to soak your dentures overnight! By adopting a twice daily routine of brushing, soaking with a specialist denture cleaner, then rinsing, you can keep your dentures clean, fresh and free from bacteria.

For effective cleaning you can follow these quick and simple instructions:

  1. Remove your denture from your mouth
  2. Use a small-headed toothbrush to remove any food lodged in the awkward corners
  3. Soak the denture for just 10 minutes in a specialist cleaner such as Steradent Active Plus
  4. Alternatively, if you don’t have time to soak your dentures for 10 minutes, Steradent 3 Minutes can be used to remove daily build up of plaque and bacteria

Dentures containing metal parts can be cleaned with a specialist denture cleaner in the same way as regular dentures, but should not be left in the solution for longer than 10 minutes. We will give you specialist advice regarding a care routine if your denture has metal parts or a soft liner.

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