I have had my new dentures for 2 months now. I brush them with denture paste twice daily and I rinse with Scope my mouth not my dentures. I have had them relined twice now and am worried that food particals may have gotton under the reline causing this awful smell. What can I do?
chairside relining material tends to be porous and easily entraps bacteria, which produces malodor. New dentures rarely need relining, unless it's immediate or trantitional denture.if your dentures are not immediate dentures,and you still have problems with new dentures,seeing a prosthodontist is advised.
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