Say Hello to Ideal Hygiene!
The first step in denture whitening is cleaning your dentures properly every night. You have to be careful and thorough. Before going to bed, take your dentures out and wash them in cold water. Use a soft-bristled toothbrush or a denture brush to remove food particles, plaque and bacteria. Be extra sure that you’ve cleaned under the pink base as well. By giving your dentures a daily clean, you can help ensure they have a long and pearly white life. Get Into a Routine
In addition to giving your dentures a good clean each day, your dentures will need a more thorough clean and whitening from time to time. This will help remove any visible signs that your coffee, tea and other yellowing habits might have imprinted on them. Handy methods of denture whitening include the use of hydrogen peroxide, white vinegar, baking soda, denture cleaning bleach and flossing. One of the simplest ways to whiten your dentures is to pour equal parts vinegar and cold water into a glass, and soak the dentures for 20-30 minutes. Then just rinse the dentures, it’s really that easy!