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We will compensate you for all travel to and from the clinic at Bristol Dental Hospital if eligible up to £175, a professional scale and polish and access to trial oral hygiene products.
You need to clean a partial denture every day. It’s essential to remove plaque and prevent staining of the teeth. It’s best to use a brush created for this purpose; however, you can achieve good results by using a regular toothbrush. You can use several cleaning agents such as hand soap or mild dish soap to clean a partial denture. Please bear in mind that many kinds of toothpaste are too abrasive and can damage the appliance.
Rinse the partial denture thoroughly to loosen food particles. Brush the surfaces carefully, avoiding damage to the plate. Once you have also cleaned your natural teeth, you are ready to fit your partial denture again.
Take your partial out every night to relieve your teeth and tissues. Your gums need air and good blood circulation to be healthy. Caring for your partial denture requires more than just cleaning. A denture could lose its proper shape if it is not kept moist. Therefore, it should be placed in warm water or a specialist soaking solution overnight; this helps keep it clean.
Overall taking care of a partial denture requires a little time and effort to keep it in shape. It is well worth it if you want to avoid gum disease and mouth sores.
Panacea Patient Recruitment Limited “Privacy” and “Special Category” Policy
This notice applies to all visitors to our patient recruitment websites and anyone who takes part in our recruitment process to be a volunteer in a clinical trial. It explains how our organisation collects, processes, stores and passes your information to the 3rd party organisation running the clinical trial you are applying for.
If you go on to take part in a clinical trial then the data controller of your data in relation to that trial will be someone else, usually the organiser or sponsor of the trial. If this happens, we will let you know the identity of the new data controller either now if available or at the time when the identify does becomes available.
What type of information do we collect and process?