Number 5: Visit us for professional cleaning
It is essential to clean your false teeth regularly and ensure complete dental health, but we know you are not a professional.
Visiting a dentist regularly is essential for oral hygiene and to keep you from any infections.
At Smiles and More, we provide cleaning services that tackle these issues and ensure your mouth is healthy and free from harmful bacteria.
We offer a denture cleaning service that takes only 20-30 minutes, extensively cleaning your dentures to a high standard.
At Smiles and More, we aim to provide a service that keeps your mouth as hygienic as possible at the small price of £20.00.
Number 4: Maintain your oral health
Whilst visiting professional oral cleaning services like Smiles and More is essential – it should not be relied on for your oral health.
It would help if you kept your mouth clean and away from any bacteria that may cause harm.
For example, after any food or drink, use water to rinse your mouth out to eliminate any small food that may be in your mouth.
Number 3: Use water or false teeth cleaning solution
When your dentures are not in, it would be best to place them in water or a cleaning solution. For example, putting dentures or false teeth in water overnight can help stop any damage to them when sleeping.
Contact us today for specialist advice on which dental soaking solution to use for your teeth.
Number 2: Use Lemon Juice or Baking Soda
One possible home remedy for you to use for your teeth is Lemon Juice or Baking Soda.
Squeeze Lemon Juice in some water and let it soak for around 15-20 minutes. Once finished, rinse with water.
Baking soda also helps remove odours from your false teeth. Add 2-3 drops of water into your baking soda to form a paste, then apply with a toothbrush to your teeth. Once finished, rinse with cold water.
Number 1: Rinse and Brush every day
Our most important tip is to rinse, clean and gently brush your false teeth every day to clean them.
Remember not to use toothpaste as it can scratch and damage your teeth.
A gentle brush is necessary to avoid any brushing damage.
For more information on our UK leading denture cleaning system, contact us on 01925 231 601.
Another option is to complete the ‘Ask Gary‘ form to send your questions directly to our principal clinical dental technician, and he will get back to you as soon as possible.