Wrigley makes a chewing gum called Freedent that is specifically designed not to stick to most dentures or other dental work. Wrigley developed the non-stick gum base in 1975 after having received many requests for such a product.Know More
As the first non-stick gum alternative, Freedent is marketed with the slogan "Won't stick to most dental work." As of 2014, it comes in peppermint, spearmint and wintergreen flavors and is sold around the world. A sugar-free variety is available in many markets, including the United States.
In the mid-1980s, Wrigley's competitor, Warner-Lambert Co., sought to create a comparable product to Freedent. However, the company opted out of a direct confrontation with Wrigley and developed a sugar-free, stick-free gum called Cristal to test in the Candadian market. However, as of 2014, Freedent remains the preferred gum for denture-wearers in the United States.Learn more about Dental
If someone breaks their dentures, the dentures should be brought into a denture center or denture clinic for repair, according to WebMD. Broken dentures can occur when teeth come loose from the dentures, when pink acrylic breaks apart from the rest of the denture or when the dentures break into multiple pieces.Full Answer >
Dentures are dental appliances made to replace a person's teeth. Dentures can replace a single tooth, called a partial denture, or every tooth in the mouth, called complete dentures, states WebMD.Full Answer >
Dentures help wearers eat and chew food normally, help wearers maintain normal speech patterns and help fill out the face and muscles that normally sag without natural teeth to rest and work against, as noted by the American Dental Association. It is important to get properly fitting dentures and have them maintained with regular dental check ups.Full Answer >
The best denture is one that fits your mouth comfortably and maintains your ability to eat, talk and smile with confidence after tooth extraction. A partial denture is worn when some teeth remain, whereas complete dentures are necessary if you have no remaining teeth.Full Answer >