What Kind of Gum Can You Chew with Dentures?

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Only soft, pliable kinds of gum can be chewed with dentures. For example, you could chew Wringley's chewing gum. On the other hand, you should do your utmost to stay away from stiff gum such as bubblegum.
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Wrigley Sugarless Cinnamon Gum.
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1. Remove as much gum with your fingers as you can. Using the gum itself to tap flecks of gum of the dentures. 2. Soak dentures in hot water to soften any remaining residue. 3. Rub
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The other brand besides Freedent is called. Stick Free for denture / partial wearers or. persons with amalgam fillings.
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Sugarless chewing gum isn't a problem for denture wearers.Most use the
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