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2008/05/15 18:37:49 (permalink)

Denture Help

Hi guys just come back from the dentist having just had the front tooth out and replaced with a denture.

He gave me some polygrip to keep it in place but I forgot to ask him what about in the night, if I want to take it out overnight or during the day should I keep it in a particular place or environment? i.e. cup of water, dry or cold place?

Also when I take it out do I just clean it with toothpaste or is there a special paste I need to get and use?

Cheers
post edited by ftoruss - 2008/05/15 18:38:26
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    Rasputin
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    RE: Denture Help 2008/05/15 22:10:42 (permalink)
    Why dont you get a bridge fitted i had one of the dentures when i was a kid and it was ****e since then had a bridge and is muc much better, and doesnt come out even when i get smashed at the gym training. I think you can just take it out and leave it in the air just be syre to keep it clean


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    RE: Denture Help 2008/05/15 22:27:27 (permalink)
    Cheers for the info mate.

    Was going to for a bridge but I have a second job on the door in a hostel and every so often there may be a bit of bother so dont want the bridge coming out due to a bit of physical contact, as I have been told it can cost everytime I have to put it back in.

    On the plus side for the denture at the moment, at least I have a party trick for the girls

    Just hope I remember to put it back in before I go to work every morning, or could be a bit embarrassing
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