All Dentures Information

  • Denture Whitening: Do's and Don'ts

    While some folks can keep their natural smiles as they age, some may need dentures and denture whitening for a beautiful, functional smile. Learn more.
  • How to Whiten Dentures: Stain Removal and Prevention

    You want your smile to shine, but dentures can become stained. Learn how to whiten dentures at home and with a dentist's help, here.
  • What Can a Denturist Do For You?

    In some states, a denturist can fit you for dentures in one appointment. Learn more about trained professionals who can provide affordable services.
  • 4 Common Denture Problems and How to Solve Them

    Here are some common denture problems and how to tackle them so you can speak, laugh and eat comfortably. Learn more.
  • What Are Flexible Dentures?

    Flexible dentures are an alternative to a traditional pair. Here's what you need to know and if you should ask your dentist about this option.
  • Is a Flipper Denture Right for You?

    If you've lost a front tooth, a flipper denture may be the right option for you to restore your smile. Learn more about flipper dentures, here.
  • Mini Dental Implants: The Best of Both Worlds

    Mini dental implants are a more comfortable and more affordable alternative to dentures and implants. Learn more if mini dental implants are right for you.
  • How to Clean Dentures to Avoid Bacteria Buildup

    Learning how to clean dentures is important to maintaining good daily hygiene, but occasionally you may find it necessary to take these additional steps.
  • Should You Use a Denture Brush to Clean Your Dentures?

    How long your dentures stay clean depends on the quality of your oral hygiene. For some adults, one of the best ways to do this is with a denture brush.
  • How to Tell If You Need Denture Adhesive

    Denture adhesive can improve the fit of full or partial dentures, but they aren't always necessary. Here are some things to discuss with your dentist.
  • What Types of Dentures Are Right for You?

    All types of dentures need regular care to avoid dental health problems and prolong the lives of the dentures themselves. Here are three to consider.
  • Living with Dentures When You're Young

    You can be confident about living with dentures by adapting and maintaining your lifestyle so they have only a small impact on your day-to-day.
  • Eating with Dentures

    Adjusting to eating with dentures takes a little practice, but over time you should be able to return to your normal diet – with one or two exceptions.
  • Repair Poorly Fitting, Damaged or Broken False Teeth

    Whether false teeth break or don't fit well, the best solution is to visit a dentist – not your toolbox. Here's how to address these various conditions.
  • What Are Dentures Made Of?

    Find out more about dentures, including partial dentures, permanent dentures, flexible dentures, and much more, for the Colgate Oral Care Center.
  • Oral Care Before and After Dentures

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  • Study discourages sleep with dentures

    Find out more about dentures, including partial dentures, permanent dentures, flexible dentures, and much more, for the Colgate Oral Care Center.
  • What Can You Do About Missing Teeth?

    If you don't quite have a full set of permanent teeth, you might be surprised to learn that you're in good company. In fact, the...
  • Implant-Supported Denture

  • Tuberosity Reduction

    A tuberosity is a rounded bony protrusion behind your last molar in the upper jaw. Read about a tuberosity reduction, including preparation and risks of the procedure at Colgate.com – your trusted source in dental care.
  • What are Dentures?

    If you have missing or damaged teeth, getting dentures can help you look and feel your best. Learn about the types of dentures available and find tips for caring for your dentures so you can get a beautiful, healthy smile.
  • Full Dentures, Partial Dentures, Denture Care – Learn More

    Find out more about dentures, including partial dentures, permanent dentures, flexible dentures, and much more, for the Colgate Oral Care Center.
  • Adjusting to New Dentures May Take Time

    Getting used to wearing dentures may require a period of adjustment. New dentures may feel awkward for a few weeks until you become accustomed to them. The dentures may feel loose while the muscles of your cheek and tongue learn to keep them in place. Read more about adjusting to new dentures at Colgate.com
  • Proper Use of Denture Cream Ensures Safety

    Case histories of patients who reportedly developed neurological problems, presumably from excessive ingestion of certain denture creams containing zinc in not substantiated by the American Dental Association. Read more at Colgate.com
  • Taking Care Of A Partial Denture

    Read tips about handling, brushing and caring for a partial dentures at Colgate.com
  • Dentures Can Restore a Missing Smile

    If you’ve lost all of your natural teeth, whether from periodontal disease, tooth decay or injury, complete dentures can replace your missing teeth and your smile. Read more about how dentures can restore a missing smile at Colgate.com.