Eating and Speaking
Eating will feel different as you try out your new dentures. Begin with soft foods and work your way up to your usual diet, taking smaller bites. Likewise, speaking is often challenging, at first, and is perfected with practice.
Cleaning Your Dentures
For cleaning your dentures, use a denture brush with a non-abrasive cleanser for dentures instead of potentially damaging toothpaste. Don’t forget to brush the tissues of your mouth to keep bacteria at bay.
Protecting Your Dentures
You’d be surprised at how many people drop their dentures, cracking or breaking them. Avoid this pitfall by cleaning your dentures over a sink full of water. Also, storing your dentures in a warm-water bath will keep them from drying out and discolouring.
Want to Know More?
Consult with Taber Denture Clinic for other tips regarding caring for your dentures. We’re here to make your life easier!