Denture Product Checklist

Posted on Sunday, May 5th, 2013 at 11:56 pm
  1. Frozen Peas- Makes the perfect ice pack post-surgery.
  2. Denture Brush- Comes equip with smaller brush for hard-to-reach areas. (toddler brushes work well, also)
  3. Denture Bath- Convenient place to soak your dentures. (Though, any old cup will do!)
  4. Dentek Easy Brush- Perfect for removing food particles that get lodged in the rim of your dentures. Great for on-the-go.
  5. Polident 3 Minute Denture Soaking Tablets- For soaking your dentures.
  6. Colgate Wisp- Brush your dentures to remove residue on-the-go.
  7. Listerine Total Care Zero- Zero Alcohol means, less intense. Tasty flavor that leaves breath fresh! Buy the travel size to keep your breath fresh when you are out and about.
  8. Stain Away- This is like the miracle denture soak. It really does remove difficult stains from coffee, wine, berries, etc. Not for daily use.
  9. Cushion Grip- Helps keep dentures snug and comfy. Not intended as a reline.
  10. Benzodent- Helps alleviate pain caused by sore spots and irritation!
  11. Fixodent Powder- Provides an all-day hold.
  12. Colgate MaxClean SmartFoam- Foaming toothpaste to keep your mouth extra clean.
I did not receive compensation for reviewing these products. These are my opinions based on my own experience. Poor fitting dentures should be evaluated and corrected by a professional. It is up to you to determine whether these products will work for you or not. 

4 thoughts on “Denture Product Checklist

  1. Kristi I'm so glad this worked out so well for you. I can't think of anyone more deserving after all the insight and advice you've offered to everyone. I know you've made my process much more tolerable. I just began the fitting process for perms yesterday. I have an amazing Prosthodontist, so I am looking forward to the process. As usual you look lovely. Best of Wishes… Jill

  2. I highly recommend ditching any gel or paste adhesive and switching to sea bond denture adhesive wafers. I used the gel at first and switched to wafers and you couldn't pay me to go back. I have to use three at a time to get a real snug fit, but it is very comfortable and I can eat steak beef jerky anything tough you name it, eaten with ease. I however only have top dentures so I don't know how it is with both. I once got in a bad spot and had to go almost 2 weeks without changing them and they never lost their strength.

  3. Unless something has happened recently, CushionGrip was taken off the market. This is the best product ever, so if you or your readers know that it is back on the market, or about any kind of alternative, I would sure love to know about it!

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