In response to the ADA recommendations regarding COVID-19 virus, our office will be temporarily closed until further notice. Our team will continue to respond to calls and emails during this time. Patients with a true dental emergency will still be provided care by appointment. New and existing patients are also welcome to schedule future appointments. Thank you for your understanding.
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“The staff at Evolve Dental Care are very friendly and welcoming the moment you walk in the door. At my last appointment I arrived 15 minutes early and they got me right in. They have been on schedule since my first appointment there and don't keep you waiting. During my appointment, the staff made friendly conversation.” - Jamie M
How do I clean my denture?
Remove your denture after each meal and rinse it with water. Make sure to remove food particles and debris from the denture.
It is important to keep your denture moist. Remove your denture at night, Brush it with a denture brush and soak it in water overnight. Toothpaste should be avoided because of having high abrasiveness. We recommend denture cleansing products.
Brush your denture gently with a denture brush. If you are using adhesive, make sure all of it is removed before soaking it in water overnight.
Clean your mouth. Use a soft toothbrush to clean your natural teeth, tongue, cheeks and your palate.
Please note that loose and ill-fitting dentures might cause irritation and sore spots. Please give us a call if have any questions or concerns.