from plaque and tartar. This prevents permanent staining and bad breath. Use a denture brush and one of the many commercial cleaning products to thoroughly clean all of the surfaces of your dentures at least once a day.

well as your tongue, palate, and gums. This not only removes plaque and keeps your breath fresh, it also massages your gums and stimulates circulation, keeping your natural teeth and tissues healthy.

in white vinegar for several hours. After you've cleaned your

dentures, always remember to rinse them in water before placing them in your mouth.

diluted bleach solution to remove tough stains. Never soak your

dentures in a cleaning agent for more than 15 minutes if they have any metal parts. Be sure to rinse them thoroughly before placing them in your mouth.

* Always let us know right away if you notice any changes in your bite or fit.