How do you whiten false teeth?

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Most people want a bright, white smile. There are many products available for whitening teeth, but not as many for false teeth. Dentures can not be made any whiter than they were when you first got them. It is important to keep them clean daily, using only products designed for false teeth. Baking soda or dish soap can help, but never use harsh chemicals like bleach that can damage the surface. When they are soaking at night, using a vinegar and water mix can also help brighten the teeth.
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How to Whiten False Teeth
Tooth whitening toothpastes, gels and other products can help give you a bright and beautiful smile. Unfortunately, these products cannot be used on false teeth, as they can ruin the false teeth and even damage your gums. There are several other methods... More »
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It's fairly easy to whiten false teeth. Baking soda is an inexpensive and non-toxic way to get your dentures clean and bright once more. You can find more info at: www.ehow.com
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