Stay away from harder foods like corn on the cob, and opt for creamed corn instead.
Slow and Steady
Try slow cooking your turkey for the most tender, easy-to-eat meats.
There’s nothing wrong with salt-water-swishing after each meal to look your best!
Make sure to drink plenty of water after eating all those salty foods to avoid dry mouth.
Sink Your Teeth Into This
Avoid sticky candies. Instead, go for softer sweets like chocolate.
After a meal, especially a sugary one, swish and rinse with water.
Pumpkin Spice, Not So Nice
Pass on the pumpkin spice latte while wearing your dentures—coffee can cause staining over time.
Brush your dentures and gums with a soft toothbrush or special denture brush to gently clean and remove any food debris.
Remember to soak your dentures overnight to keep your smile bright.
Talk it Out
Practice speaking difficult words out loud to prevent getting tongue-tied.
Use a salt-water solution on your gums to reduce irritation and keep your smile comfortable.
Smile with Confidence
Let your inner confidence shine through your smile. When you feel good, you look good!
Drink water throughout the day to avoid dry mouth or irritation while cheering on your favorite team.
Secure your Smile
Make sure your dentures are secured with Sea•Bond, so you don’t miss out on your favorite tailgate eats.
Prepare for Pain
Keep over-the-counter painkillers close by to relieve soreness in your mouth after being out for a long day.
Cheer with Confidence
Bite down on your dentures before speaking or cheering to keep them in place.
Clean and dry your denture.
To measure, place the dry Sea•Bond seal on your clean denture.
Trim any overlap with scissors.
If the seal bunches in the back of the upper denture, cut a “v” to help it fit.
Place the trimmed seal on the denture, pink side down.
Spray or mist with water to lightly moisten, but not soak.
Gently tap the seal into place with your fingertips.
Place the denture in your mouth and bite down evenly for 5 seconds.
Olive oil can be used to treat gum pain and soreness. Just swish it around your mouth or apply it directly to your gums for relief.
Save Your Smile
Dropping dentures can break or damage them. When taking them out in the bathroom, lay down a towel to create a soft surface or fill up the sink with water so they splash and don’t crash.
Visit the dentist regularly to get your dentures adjusted and your gums and other soft tissues evaluated.
Practice eating a variety of foods at home so you feel comfortable eating in public and know which foods are easiest to eat.
Beware of Bad Bites
Everyone loves corn on the cob at summer BBQs, but biting tough food can dislodge dentures. Go for softer sides like potato salad instead!
Sun’s Out, Smile’s Out
Aloe vera can help not only sunburn, but smiles, too. Apply it to your dentures once or twice a day to help reduce gum pain.
Say No to Sugary Drinks
When it gets hot, it’s tempting to reach for a cold beverage. However, sugary drinks can form plaque on your dentures, which isn’t good. If you splurge, be sure to rinse away the sugar with a glass of water.
If your gums feel irritated, rinse your mouth with saltwater for relief.
Pre-cut your adhesive seals before vacation so they're ready to go.
Check Those Chompers
Go to the doctor to get your gums checked so you can enjoy your getaway without worry.
Select the Right Sweets
Sticky sweets like s'mores can be difficult to chew and get stuck in your dentures. Opt for ice cream instead!
Give Your Gums a Vacation, Too!
Remove your dentures while sleeping to relieve and relax your gums.
This Memorial Day, be sure to place food as far back on your teeth as possible for pleasant chewing.
Clean your dentures daily for a family photo ready-smile.
Drink water while eating at cookouts to soften your food.
Practice speaking to feel confident at springtime gatherings.
Use denture-cleaning tablets to freshen up your dentures and your smile.
If you’re going on a trip, don’t forget to pack your SEA•BOND bath & brush, a bottle of water, and at least one additional box of SEA•BOND seals.
Soak your dentures in a SEA•BOND bath each night to keep them clean.
Sneezing and coughing can dislodge dentures. To avoid this, place your hand over your mouth when you sneeze or cough.
Give your mouth a 6-8 hour break every night to allow sores or irritation to heal.
If you’re going out to eat, research restaurants in advance to make sure they have denture-friendly options.
Say No to Sticky
While on your date, avoid sticky or chewy eats. Soft foods and soups will keep your mind at ease and keep your dentures secure.
Kiss with Confidence
Drink water frequently to clear debris and get yourself kiss-ready.
Toast to Romance
Cheers with a glass of white wine instead of red to avoid staining your dentures.
Roses are Red, Violets are Blue
Practice poems and tongue twisters out loud to improve pronunciation and make sure conversation flows.
Your dentures look great, so you should feel great too. Hold your head high and own the new year!
Certain words may be difficult to pronounce, but practicing them out loud will help you from getting tongue-tied.
Clean your dentures at least twice a day, particularly after meals, to ensure your smile is bright and sparkling.
Comfort is Key
Put edible aloe vera on your gums or dentures to help reduce irritation, so your mouth feels comfortable.
Keep painkillers handy to relieve soreness, especially if you are new to dentures.
Cheers to White Wine
Mulled reds are a seasonal treat but can stain your dentures. Sip white wine so you can smile bright in family photos.
Need an excuse to avoid fruit cake? Munch on soft treats like pie or cheesecake and stay away from sticky, chewy desserts.
Bite from the side of your mouth rather than the front, and chew food in the back.
Sip water frequently to soften your food, clear debris, and keep your dentures moist.
Opt for olives instead of chestnuts roasting by an open fire. Nuts are hard to chew and leave pesky particles behind.
Cut food into small bites to make chewing easier. That way you can participate in dinner conversation and focus on family!
New to dentures? You may notice that different foods can be eaten more comfortably as your gums heal and you get used to having dentures. Softer foods that require less chewing are a great place to start.
HELLO, BACK TEETH!
Place food as far back on your teeth as possible. Chew with a small grinding motion.
SIP & SOFTEN
Drink water while you have food in your mouth. This will help to soften the food and make chewing easier.
FIND YOUR FAVES
Try different foods to see that work best with your dentures. Remember, Seabond blocks out small food particles better than pastes
Enjoy Softer Sweets and Stay Away from Anything Sticky
- Soft sweets like Dark chocolate are easier to chew and is less likely to get stuck between dentures after being chewed up into little pieces like hard candy can.
- Sticky candy can be difficult to chew an can even cause dentures to loosen while chewing.
Enjoy Your Candy During or After Your Meal
Eating candy or sweets while eating a meal helps because you produce more saliva when eating. More saliva helps to naturally “wash” away sugar that can sometimes remain on gums and/or dentures. Getting rid of the sugar will help keep Dentures clean and your gums healthy.
Clean Dentures after Meals, Especially with Candy!
Try our Sea-Bond Denture bath to keep dentures and your mouth clean
On the Go? Go Rinse!
When you’re out and can’t clean your dentures after sweets, rinse with bottled or tap water.
Give ‘em to the Grandkids
Enjoy a few Halloween treats, but save the rest for grandkids’ visits. They’ll love it, and your dentures will too.
Game Day Smart Play
Block food particles with SEA•BOND and enjoy snacks without pain.
To Have and to Hold
SEA•BOND hold means worry-free wedding events. Take photos. Make a toast. Laugh.
Find Your Voice
Bite down to properly position dentures before speaking or cheering.
Stay Clear of Stains
Choose clear or light-colored wine, juice or sodas to protect your dentures from staining
Savor the Moment
SEA•BOND’s hold lets you smile, savor great foods, and enjoy an event to the fullest.
See Your Doctor Beforehand
Have your gums checked before your trip for added confidence.
Better Safe Than Sorry
Take your dentist’s number and your insurance cards with you just in case.
Plan Dining Ahead
Research restaurants beforehand for denture-friendly menu items.
Pack Denture Items
Pack your SEA•BOND bath & brush, a bottle of water, and at least one additional box of your SEA•BOND seals!
Stop Denture Pain
If you recently got dentures, keep a box of painkillers handy to stop denture pain.
Read Out Loud
Read out loud in front of a mirror to hear and improve you pronunciation.
Bite Down to Re-align
Gently bite down and swallow before you talk to avoid denture shifting and re-align dentures in cases of shift.
Practice Tongue Twisters
Practice tongue twisters to improve S and F sounds.
“Ten tame tadpoles tucked tightly together in a thin tall tin.”
“Six sleek swans swam swiftly southwards.”
“Fran feeds fish fresh fish food.”
Practice Talking Beforehand
It's not odd. Even actors do it! Practice talking in front of the mirror before you leave for your date so that you make sure the conversation flows.
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Check the Menu in Advance
Focus on your date, not the food particles! If dining out, check the menu for denture-friendly options before arriving. If you are the one choosing the venue, make sure to choose one with denture-friendly dish options for the types of dishes you may want to consider.
Don’t hesitate! There is nothing more charming than self-confidence. Just be yourself and enjoy the moment. Nobody can tell you have dentures, anyways!
Smile Big & Clean
A big bright smile is the key to unlock a heart! Just make sure you clean your dentures before you leave for your date. And smile often, because you look great!
Avoid Hard Candy
Decorate your table with chopped fruit and cheese instead.
Choose Smart Snacks
Prefer freshly toasted bread over pretzel crackers.
Avoid Fizzy Drinks
To minimize gagging, try juice instead!
Chew & Chill
Chew food like you normally would. With SEA•BOND you don’t have to worry about small food particles.
Chew It in the Back
It helps to chew food at the back of your mouth, not the front.
Don't Forget to Drink!
Remember to drink during your meal in order to wash food particles away.
Give Your Gums a Good Night’s Sleep
Remove your dentures while sleeping so that your gums can relax.
Aloe Vera Is Very Soothing
Put edible aloe vera extract onto your gums or dentures to reduce irritation.
Salt Water Does the Trick
Rinse your mouth with salt-water mixture to alleviate inflammation.
2 times a day keeps the guck away
Clean your dentures at least twice a day, especially after meals.
Cleaning tablets are a fresh idea
Use denture-cleaning tablets to freshen up your dentures.
Take a SEA•BOND bath
Soak your dentures overnight in the convenient SEA•BOND bath.