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Denture Care

Professional Denture Care Services at Interior Denture Center in Vernon

Dentures are an important investment. They can help you chew your food properly, make speaking easier, and improve your smile. To keep them in good condition, dentures need to be cleaned daily and kept moist. Interior Denture Center provides complete care and maintenance services to keep your dentures in good condition.


Getting professional denture care regularly at our clinic in Vernon can help reduce the shrinkage in your tissues as well as bad breath, which can be due to stained dentures. It will also enhance their appearance and prevent any soreness in your mouth due to accumulated buildup in your dentures.

Tips for Care and Maintenance of Your Dentures

Here are some easy ways to care for your dentures and keep them in good shape:    


  • Brush your dentures at least once a day with a soft-bristled toothbrush. Be sure to brush all surfaces of the denture, including the inside surfaces that fit against your tissues.

  • Use a mild dishwashing liquid or denture cleaner to avoid damaging the surface of your dentures. Avoid using harsh cleaners, such as household cleaners or bleach, which can damage or discolour your dentures.  

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  • Rinse your dentures after eating. Gently swish water in your mouth and around your dentures, then brush and rinse them under running water.  

  • Soak your dentures overnight. This helps to keep them from drying out and keeps them clean. Be sure to use a denture-soaking solution, not household bleach or other harsh cleaners.  

  • See our denturist regularly for professional cleanings and checkups. We can check to make sure your dentures fit well and look for any problems. 

Contact us to book a consultation with our denturist today!

Stained Dentures?

Our denturist will clean them professionally while suggesting to you how to maintain them better.

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