What does it take to make a denture bright and clear?
1. The denture should fit the tooth. It should be snug and comfortable. 2. It should be bright. If your denture has any bright areas, the dentist should consider them a warning sign that you are getting old and need new teeth. 3. It should have some resistance, like metal teeth or teeth with a hollow crown. Your denture should have some sort of resistance to pull the tooth down and up. 4. If the tooth is not pulled down, your dentist should use a small amount of a dental adhesive to make the denture more permanent. Some people get tooth enamel implants to prevent decay and get them to stay in place after a few months. There are several products available that can work as a dental adhesive. It could be something like Denture Clean or Denture Fix. Denture Fix, is the best option for me, because it is cheap and can be applied to almost any tooth, while Denture Clean is an expensive product, but works great. Denture Fix is a mixture of wax and starch that is sold in toothpaste tubes. You can use your dental insurance card to purchase it.