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Dentures in Fort Lauderdale, FL

Enhance Your Smile with Top-Notch Dentures

Step into a world of dentures reimagined, where modern technology meets ancient problem-solving, turning the dental dilemma into a triumph of innovation.

A Modern Solution to an Age-Old Problem

Dentures, the age-old solution to missing teeth, have come a long way since the days of George Washington’s wooden chomper.  No longer a one-size-fits-all solution, dentures of the 21st century are tailored to the individual, offering a comfortable fit and a natural look that rivals Mother Nature herself. This transformation is nothing short of a dental revolution, providing renewed confidence for millions worldwide. 

How to Care for Dentures

Caring for dentures is crucial for their longevity and your oral health. Here are key steps to follow for denture care from Paradise Dental Studio:

  1. Daily Cleaning: Just like natural teeth, dentures should be cleaned daily. Use a soft-bristled brush and non-abrasive denture cleaner. Avoid regular toothpaste as it can be too harsh for the denture material. Gently brush all surfaces, including the area that comes in contact with your gums.
  2. Rinse After Eating: Remove and rinse your dentures after meals to remove food particles and other debris. Handle them carefully to avoid bending or damaging the plastic or clasps.
  3. Handle with Care: Dentures are delicate and can break if dropped. When handling them, do so over a folded towel or a basin of water to reduce the risk of damage if dropped.
  4. Soak Overnight: Most dentures need to remain moist to keep their shape. Place them in a denture-soaking solution or in water overnight. Check with Paradise Dental Studio for the best soaking practices for your specific dentures.
  5. Avoid Hot Water: Never use hot water to rinse or soak dentures as it can warp them.
  6. Regular Dental Check-Ups: Visit Paradise Dental Studio regularly for check-ups. Your dentist can ensure a proper fit to prevent discomfort and check the dentures for any repairs or adjustments.
  7. Avoid Certain Cleaners: Steer clear of bleach-containing products as they can weaken dentures and change their color. Also, avoid abrasive cleaning materials like stiff brushes and harsh toothpaste.
  8. Take Care of Your Gums: When you remove your dentures, give your gums, tongue, and roof of your mouth a good brush with a soft-bristled brush to stimulate circulation in your tissues and help remove plaque.

Following these guidelines will help maintain your dentures and oral health. If you have any specific concerns or questions about your dentures, the team at Paradise Dental Studio is always available to assist you.

Let Paradise Make Your Smile Shine Brighter!

Ready to take the next step in your oral health journey? Paradise Dental Studio is eager to lend our expertise and guide you to a brighter, healthier smile. Don’t wait for the perfect moment—make it happen now! Contact us to schedule your appointment and let’s make your smile shine brighter.

Frequently Asked Questions -

Have Questions? Need Answers?

At Paradise Dental Studio, we’re always here to clarify and guide. Never hesitate to ask; your Dental Health is our top priority!

  • What should I do if my dentures are not fitting properly?

    If your dentures feel loose or uncomfortable, it’s important to have them adjusted. Ill-fitting dentures can cause irritation, sores, and even lead to more serious dental issues. Contact Paradise Dental Studio for an appointment. Our team can adjust or reline your dentures for a better fit.

  • How often should I replace my dentures?

    Generally, dentures should be replaced every 5 to 7 years. Over time, dentures can wear down and your mouth may change shape, affecting the fit. Regular check-ups at Paradise Dental Studio will help monitor your dentures’ condition and fit.

  • Can I sleep with my dentures in?

    It’s recommended to remove your dentures at night to allow your gums and jawbone to rest. This helps maintain oral health and prolongs the life of your dentures. If you have questions about this, our team can provide personalized advice.

  • How do I clean my dentures?

    Clean your dentures daily with a soft brush and a non-abrasive denture cleaner. Avoid using regular toothpaste, which can be too harsh. Soak your dentures in a cleaning solution or water overnight. Rinse them before putting them back in your mouth.

  • Are there foods I should avoid with dentures?

    While dentures restore most of your chewing function, it’s wise to avoid hard, sticky, or chewy foods, especially when you’re first getting used to them. These can dislodge or damage your dentures. Our team can give you more detailed dietary recommendations.