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At the end of the day it is good practice to remove your dental prosthesis (also known as dentures) to give your mouth and gums a rest and to clean the prosthesis thoroughly. Try to keep your prosthesis out for four to eight hours each day and clean it twice a day, like natural teeth, to keep it in the best possible condition.
How to Remove the Dental Prosthesis
Fill a container with water so your dentures don’t break if you accidentally drop them.
- Place your thumb or fingers between the upper denture and your cheek, and gently press where the denture meets your gums. Try to use even pressure to loosen the prosthesis.
- When removing your lower denture, place your thumb and fingers on each side of the denture and gently wiggle the denture out to loosen it.
- Practice makes perfect, so soon you’ll be able to remove your prosthesis easily and safely.
- You have to follow the advice your dentist gives you.
Once you’ve removed your dentures if you’re not going to wear it again that day, store it in water or a denture-cleaning tablet solution so it doesn’t dry out. Soaking your denture using a specialist denture-cleaning tablet, such as Corega Tabs, will ensure that 99.9% of odour-causing bacteria* are removed, achieving a thorough clean. You always have to follow the instructions indicated on the packaging.
With a little practice and patience, removing your prosthesis will become easier and will soon become part of your routine; If you have any questions, your dentist will be happy to help you.
What is the best way to care for removable dentures?
Response from Thomas J. Salinas, DDS
Full or partial removable dentures require proper care to keep them clean, stain-free and looking good. For good denture care:
- Remove and wash your dentures after eating: Rinse the dentures with water to remove food debris and other loose particles. It is recommended that you put a towel on the counter or in the sink, or put some water in the sink so that the dentures do not break if they fall.
- Handle dentures carefully: Do not bend or damage the plastic or the supports when cleaning.
- Clean your mouth after removing your dentures: Use a soft-bristled toothbrush for your natural teeth, and gauze or a soft toothbrush to clean your tongue, cheeks, and the upper part of your mouth (palate). If you use denture adhesive, remove any debris left on the gums.
- Brush your dentures at least once a day: Daily, carefully remove and clean your dentures. Soak and brush with a soft-bristled brush and nonabrasive denture cleanser to remove food, plaque, and other deposits. If you’re using denture adhesive, clean the grooves that fit against the gums to remove any remaining adhesive. Don’t use denture cleaners to clean the inside of your mouth.
- Put the dentures to soak overnight: Almost all types of dentures must remain moist to maintain their shape. Overnight, soak your dentures in water or a denture-soaking solution. Ask your dentist how to properly store your dentures overnight. Follow the manufacturer’s directions for cleaning and soaking solutions.
- Rinse your dentures well before putting them back in your mouth, especially if you use a denture-soaking solution: These solutions may contain harmful chemicals that cause vomiting, pain, or burns if swallowed.
- Schedule regular dental checkups: Your dentist will recommend how often you should visit to have your dentures checked and professionally cleaned. In addition, he can make sure that the dentures are well placed to avoid displacement or discomfort, and can also check the inside of the mouth to verify that it is healthy.
- Visit the dentist if your dentures are loose: See your dentist right away if your dentures become loose. Loose dentures can cause irritation, sores, and infection.
In general, you should avoid the following:
- Abrasive cleaning products: Avoid hard bristle brushes, harsh cleansers and harsh toothpaste; they are too abrasive and can damage dentures.
- Whitening tubes of toothpaste: Kinds of toothpaste advertised as whitening often contain peroxide, which is ineffective at changing the colour of denture teeth.
- Products that contain bleach: Don’t use whitening products because they can weaken dentures and change their colour. Do not soak dentures with metal attachments in solutions that contain chlorine, because this product can stain and corrode metal.
- The hot water: Avoid using hot or boiling water which could warp your dentures.