Is Gargling With Salt Water Damaging to Dentures?

I recently had extractions and rinsed with salt water. Now I see white deposits on my new denture. Is salt damaging to my denture. How can I fix this?



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April 5, 20140 found this helpful

I don't know anything about dentures, but it seems to me that they should not be bothered by salt water. How would you eat salty foods if they were to be damaged by it? Perhaps a quick phone call to your denturist to discuss the proper cleaning options would be in order.

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July 15, 20180 found this helpful

What you are seeing might be plaque buildup just like you get on real teeth if you don't brush. I use denture tabs for my teeth, but then brush them and rinse them before before I put them in my mouth.

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