Best SAFE over night denture cleaner for people with sensitivity to soaps and such.. .

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I need to know what if anyone out there has any info on over night denture cleaners?...
I'm super sensitive to meds. . Lotions... ect... I want the most natural germ fighting crap out there. .
Someone told me about polident... and it got good reviews... but I'm not sure if I should try it....

Lmk what you guys are using... and what you had bad and good experiences with...

Thank you to everyone btw on here for making me feel welcome..
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joan rosenblatt

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Efferdent or Polident I also have sensitivity issues.  I use SECURE paste they also sell cleaners.  Call them and they will send samples.  If u r using SECURE ask them what you should use if u decide not to go with their brand.  Please post what they say.
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It figures the ONE Fixodent Product that I actually have and use (in addition to Secure Tablets) is (a) Made in Germany and (b) No Longer appears on the Fixodent web site.

You can still buy it on Amazon and other places.....   AND
IT SAYS ANTI-BACTERIAL (not just oder-causing) so I assume it gets 'em all?
I've got two boxes left.  I may stock up?

About the product
  • Provides Advanced Whitening from the makers of Whitestrips
  • Cleans, removes stains, protects against future stains and help restore natural color of dentures
  • Antibacterial denture cleanser
  • Provides Advanced Whitening from the makers of Whitestrips
  • Cleans, removes stains, protects against future stains and help restore natural color of dentures
  • Antibacterial denture cleanser
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@AC forget that idea.  I just noticed the words "Contains Persulfate, a known allergen" on that box and you said you were sensitive to stuff.   Not sure how that would work out for you? 
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Hmm that's a good one... I'm not sure about that...
I'd have to do more research on that..
Thanks ted
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AC

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....and thanks for looking into that..
Hahahaaa about..... odor vs antibacterial ... good one...
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Not sure why would do anything overnight? Want them cleaned and waiting, ready to go immediately. Emergency? Whether I replace them or not.
My dentist told me to use the box. Sounds silly, but it keeps them continually protected.
Warned against baking soda as abrasive. Occasional use of diluted bleach for just a few minutes is ok.
Just place mine in the inside lid, moisten and gently brush with your soft toothbrush and regular bar soap as dove, or any you are comfortable with.
Then place in deep portion of box, keeping in box, rinse with some water until clear. Still gently brushing all sides.
Store in some water until use.
Works well? Not fiddle. Donot want a brilliant white that screams artificial .
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I'm with Ted - that ultrasonic cleaner is amazing.  I got the cheapest one I could find on Amazon (
Famili FM8000WW Ultrasonic Polishing Jewelry Cleaner with Digital Timer for Cleaning Eyeglasses Rings ) which was less than $30.  From now on, all I need is that and a drop of Dawn dishwashing detergent, which I buy anyway.  I've still got my temporary (or "immediate") partial but you should see the metal prongs that go around my remaining teeth - they shine like brand new!

I read an article about those little packets of denture cleaners and it talked about a little old lady waking up in the middle of the night with a tummy ache, and mistaking the denture cleaner packet for her alka seltzer.  She wakes up in the emergency room because the denture cleaner had percolate (or whatever it's called) in it and it did a lot of internal damage.

That's enough to scare me away!