Re: i need some advise fast
Picking the shade for dentures is an art form in itself, although to be honest it's one of the less important parts of making dentures look good, the position and setting of the teeth is more important.
As a rule of thumb, the shade should be matched to the person's skin tone, swarthier people need a slightly darker shade, fair skinned need a lighter one.
Your dentist should be helping you with this, it's part of the skill of making dentures that you're paying for.
Also you are not stuck with a shade until the denture is finished, the next stage after picking a shade should be with the teeth set in wax, which you should take a very close look at and only if you're happy with the way they look in your mouth, should you go on to finish them.
Maintaining dentures properly will prevent staining. They should be carefully cleaned with a soft nail brush and washing up liquid and warm water. Honestly! Avoid fancy lotions and potions and special denture care products...
At night they should be removed and soaked in a dilute solution of bleach in cold water. Remember to rinse them off before putting them back in!!!!
Despite appearances to the contrary, Gordon has been a qualified dentist for over thirty years.