It doesn't have to be challenging to have white dentures—it just takes a little commitment each day. You probably already have the things around your house that you can use to whiten your dentures safely and it only takes a few minutes.
Brush Your Dentures
Make sure to brush your dentures thoroughly two to three times per day. This will help prevent stains. This is particularly important if you eat or drink staining foods such as coffee, tea and blueberries.
Brush your dentures thoroughly, then make a paste out of baking soda and brush them with it. Baking soda is excellent for removing stains and it's non-abrasive. Be sure to rinse your dentures thoroughly after this. You may also want to brush them with some toothpaste before wearing them again.
You can use white vinegar to remove stains on your dentures. Be sure to brush your dentures well before using white vinegar. Soak your dentures in the white vinegar. Rinse them thoroughly and brush them with some toothpaste to give them a nice fresh taste.
Use an Oral B denture brush to whiten your dentures. These are made especially to clean dentures and other partials.
You can purchase a Branson Ultrasonic Denture Cleaner. This product allows you to use different cleaning solutions for your dentures, providing you the type of cleaning or whitening that you desire. It also leaves dentures fresh and comfortable.
Buy a denture cleaner that will whiten your dentures. It's important to purchase something that is specifically for dentures. If you use a whitener that isn't meant for dentures, you could etch the surface of your dentures and cause damage to them.