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Who doesn’t want a dazzling, white smile? Everyone wants to have a perfect smile. That is why it is a $3.78 billion industry. Making the teeth white and keeping it like that at all times is extremely challenging. That is because for most people, even for those who have dentures, maintaining good oral hygiene is not a priority. The good news is you can easily remove the blemishes and the stains that are keeping your teeth from becoming white. There are many things you can do, even if your teeth start to stain.

Cause of Staining

Staining occurs because of so many different factors. These include excessive consumption of coffee, tea, wine, tomatoes, tobacco, and substances that you’re not meant to abuse. If you also don’t practice proper oral hygiene, such as two times teeth brushing and regular flossing, you’re going to have stains on your teeth. If you’ve also recently been in an accident where you had head physical injury, your teeth might also have stains. At the same time, if you’re under medication for serious illnesses, you will have teeth stains.

Dentures and staining

Don’t even begin to think that just because you have dentures, you will be saved from tooth stains. You’re not. The staining can rapidly spread depending on the materials used to create the dentures. If it’s a less expensive denture, it’s more susceptible to staining. If it’s a high-quality kind, it will not be prone to staining. The acrylic in the denture will absorb more from the food, the saliva, and the bacteria in your mouth.

What to avoid to prevent denture staining

One of the most effective ways to prevent denture staining is to avoid excessive consumption of tobacco, wine, tea, coffee, tomatoes, and other stain-inducing food and beverages. Substance abuse is also not ideal not only to have a healthier life but also for better dental health. Abstain from the things that cause you harm. If you don’t, it will dull your smile.

What to do to keep dentures white

Use a non-abrasive toothbrush to remove the debris that will cause stain and will threaten the brightness of your smile. If you clean your denture immediately after drinking and eating, the stain won’t possibly stick. You may also use mouthwash or dental floss. Remove your denture and run it in cold water so that you can adequately remove particles that are not supposed to stick. Soaking your dentures overnight can also cause wonders. The process will soften hard-to-remove debris, so it’s easier to brush away the next day.

If all hope seems lost, who to call

The prosthetist can remove stubborn stains for you. That’s basically one of his or her job descriptions. This means that you don’t have to stress about your dull smile caused by your stained teeth. All you need to do is to find a time that works well for you, book an appointment, then set yourself for a dental activity that will finally help you gain your smile back in no time.

Conclusion

Dental staining is standard if you eat and drink excessively. This also applies to people with dentures. If you have a less expensive denture, staining will be more pronounced. If you have the expensive version, your teeth will not be as prone to it.

If you’re having trouble with your dentures in Ypsilanti, get in touch with us today to see how we can help.

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