The Glasgow Denture Studio have a team of highly skilled and dedicated professionals that have a wealth of experience in producing high end cosmetic dentures as well as a great denture aftercare service by our denture aftercare team, who will only act with sensitivity and professionalism.
We pride ourselves on the high quality aftercare we provide for your dentures. The aftercare information below can be used as a basic guide to looking after your dentures. If your dentures become damaged in any way, they should be professionally repaired immediately. By trying to repair them yourself you could damage them further, especially if you use superglue, scissors or knifes etc. Damaged dentures will cause pain in your mouth and can be extremely detrimental to your oral health. Come to Glasgow Denture Studio for the best dentures and denture aftercare service
Some basic guidance for looking after your denture is:
Brush and soak to clean
Clean your dentures over a bowl of water or a towel in case you drop them.
Brush your dentures before soaking, to help remove any remaining food.
Use an effervescent denture cleaner to help remove stubborn stains.
Clean all the surfaces of your denture, including the surface which comes into contact with your gums.
If stains or scales start to build up on your dentures then contact The Glasgow Denture Studio and we’ll be happy to return your denture to its best.
Caring for Your New Dentures
It is normal for new dentures to require one or two visits of adjustment or even more. If you need adjustments it does not mean that there is a fault with your denture. It is a normal part of treatment. Please call to make an appointment for adjustments.
Once you have put your new dentures in the upper will gradually become tighter as suction is created.
We recommend you clean your dentures thoroughly twice a day and after eating if necessary. Cleaning your dentures every day is one of the most important things you can do to help your smile keep its attractive appearance. If you don’t, plaque can form on dentures, making them less bright. Plus, failure to clean your dentures regularly can result in staining and denture odour.
Dentures can fracture so always clean your dentures over a bowl of water or a folded towel in case you drop them.
Rinse your dentures with cool or warm water to remove any food debris, apply a denture cleaning paste (ordinary toothpaste may be to abrasive) to a moistened denture brush or soft bristled toothbrush and brush all surfaces thoroughly. After brushing rinse the denture.
You should give your mouth a break from your denture for 4 to 8 hours a day. The best way is to remove your denture at night and leave them in water to prevent cracking or warping. It is ok to put a cleaning product in the water every now and then but not on a daily basis.
It is important to visit your dentist regularly even if you don’t have any of your natural teeth. Dentists do not only check teeth, but also the soft parts of the mouth, including the tongue and cheeks. These examinations are just as important, so the dentist can spot any infections, mouth conditions or even mouth cancer at the earliest stages.
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“Thank you for being attentive, helpful and very competent. I received a high standard of compassion, care and consideration. Thank you for my smile”
“This is the second time I have used Glasgow Denture Studio and I am equally pleased and delighted with my new dentures and also the excellent service. Gillian is very friendly and welcoming and makes it a very relaxing experience. A big thank you.”
S DewarGlasgow, 05/06/16
“I have had great pleasure dealing with the company, most of all how happy I am with my dentures and the aftercare service of Gillian”