Dentures

Much like good oral hygiene protects your natural teeth, good denture hygiene is key to maintaining your oral health and long-term satisfaction with your dentures. Dr. Iadarola advises that, when cleaning your dentures, you should first rinse away loose food particles thoroughly. Then wet your toothbrush and apply denture cleanser. And like your mom always told you, remember to brush every surface, scrubbing gently to avoid damage.

Dr. Iadarola recommends that you clean your dentures two to three times every day, preferably after every meal. This keeps your dentures in good shape and helps freshen your breath. In addition, it’s important to brush the other areas of your mouth. Brush your gums, tongue, and palate every morning with a soft-bristled brush before inserting your dentures. This not only leads to a minty fresh feeling, but it’s important to stimulate your oral tissues, as well as remove plaque from all areas of your mouth.

For more information about how to care for your dentures or to make an appointment with Dr. Iadarola, call our Norfolk office today at (855) 842-6516.

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Norfolk County Dental Care Trusted since 1975
158 Main Street
Norfolk, MA 02056
General Info: (508) 528-6510
David M. Iadarola, DMD
28 Asylum Street
Milford, MA 01757
General Info: (508) 473-5737

 Call for an appointment:
(508) 528-6510

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