The Best Toothpaste For Dentures Review 2021

Polident Dentu-Creme

Top Pick
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Polident Dentu-Creme Triple Mint helps to fight 99.9% of germs that cause odor and gum irritation. The toothpaste is safe for metals, so it can be used on dentures and partials.

This product is specially formulated to clean dentures and partials outside of the mouth. Clean over a sink half-filled with water to prevent damage if dropped.

Key Features

  • Suitable for use with partial dentures
  • Suitable for use with metal parts
  • Mint flavored


  • Brand: Polident
  • Quantity: 3 pack


  • Removes stains including tobacco
  • Does not deteriorate the lining of the dentures


  • After taste may not be pleasurable for some

Fresh ‘n Brite Denture Cleaning Paste

Honorable Mention
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Fresh ‘n Brite is one of the most affordable products in our review and a great option when you don’t have time to soak your dentures. This product is to be used outside the mouth, on dentures that are then well rinsed before being placed back inside the mouth. For optimal results, use twice daily, or as needed or after meals.

Key Features

  • Mint gel
  • Removes denture stains caused by coffee, tea, wine and tobacco
  • Two layers for freshness and brightness


  • Brand: Stim-U-Dent
  • Quantity: Pack of 2 tubes
  • Weight: 3.8-ounce tubes


  • Value, pack of 2
  • ADA accepted


  • Taste is off putting for some

Dr. B Dental Solutions Cleanadent Denture & Gum Paste

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Innovative formula rich in vitamins, aloe vera and coconut oil, the Dr. B Dental Solutions paste is specifically designed for implant dentures. We love that this product was created by a dentist and is ADA seal accepted.

Key Features

  • ADA seal accepted
  • Safely cleans dentures & gums
  • Paste formula contains vitamins, aloe vera, coconut oil
  • Reduces dry mouth & sore spots
  • Helps prevent infections


  • Brand: Dr. B Dental Solutions
  • Weight: 4 ounces


  • Developed by a dentist
  • Reduces dry mouth and irritation with vitamins, aloe vera, coconut oil and tea tree oil
  • Specifically designed for implant-dentures (All-on-4, Snap-On, Locators)


  • Pricier than some other options in this review

Most dentures are made from plastic, porcelain or a combination of both, and oral care for partial and full dentures is different from caring for natural teeth. Both partial and full dentures should be removed once a day for cleaning, usually before going to bed at night, or after eating. The ADA advises denture wearers to stand over a folded towel or a sink filled with water to avoid accidentally dropping and breaking the dentures.

Consider the following before purchasing denture toothpaste.

Talk To A Professional

Before making your purchase consider talking to a dental professional about the best options for your specific needs. Consider the type of dentures, what they are made of and any additional cleaning products that you may need. Talking to a professional can help ease your mind, knowing that the products you choose to clean your dentures with, is both safe and effective.


Consider how often you will be using denture toothpaste, as well as how much is in each tube. While a larger quantity may be beneficial, consider also the effectiveness of each product and how much of it you will need to use each time you clean your dentures.

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