What is the best way to clean a mouthguard?
Here’s how this technique is generally used:
- Rinse your mouthguard with cool water.
- Add a capful of mouthwash to a clean glass.
- Dilute with water until there’s enough liquid to cover your mouthguard.
- Soak your mouthguard for 30 minutes.
- Remove and rinse with cool water.
- Let the mouthguard dry.
How do you soak fresh guard?
Easy to use with only three steps
- Take a clean, empty container (e.g., plastic cup or a glass) and fill with enough warm water to fully submerge the device.
- Place your retainer, mouth guard, clear braces or even your plastic case, in the effervescing solution.
- Soak for 5 minutes.
Does Efferdent clean mouth guards?
A Complete Clean. Fresh Guard® by Efferdent® is specially formulated to clean retainers, mouthguards and removable braces. Fresh Guard kills 99.9% of odor-causing bacteria for a deep clean in just 5 minutes and reduces build-up of mouth film.
Can I use Polident to clean my night guard?
If you are looking for a suitable solution for cleaning nightguards, sportsguards, and retainers in a gentle but effective way, Polident Retainer Cleanser is the product for you. It kills 99.9% of odour-causing bacteria* without damaging mouthguard, nightguard, sportsguard and retainer materials.
How do I get plaque off my night guard?
You should rinse your night guard with warm water each morning immediately after removing it from your mouth. After rinsing, use a toothbrush to gently scrub away any lingering plaque or saliva. You may use a soft toothpaste as well, if you wish (abrasive toothpaste will scratch the plastic).
How do you deep clean a retainer?
For a deeper clean, mix lukewarm water with mild dish soap (toothpastes are abrasive and can scratch the retainer’s surface). Use a soft toothbrush or denture brush to gently scrub away plaque and other debris. If necessary, use a cotton swab to get into the deepest grooves and ridges on clear plastic retainers.
How do you get hardened plaque off retainers?
For a light buildup, soak your retainer in distilled water. Avoid tap water as it may contain harmful bacteria or minerals. Use a soft-bristled toothbrush to remove the plaque. For a heavier plaque buildup, soak your retainer in a mixture of baking soda and distilled water.
Does fresh guard expire?
Our product does not have an expiration date. As long as it is stored in a cool, dry plac…
Is fresh guard Safe?
Fresh Guard™ by Efferdent™ Soak recently received the American Dental Association (ADA) Council on Scientific Affairs’ Seal of Acceptance, designating the product as safe and effective for use in cleaning oral devices, including retainers, mouth guards, clear braces, and other removable braces.
How often should you clean a mouthguard?
You can keep the mouth guard case clean by washing it every few days with regular dish soap. Avoid putting it in the dishwasher though, as the high temperatures could warp the plastic. Allow the case to dry dry out after washing it to prevent bacteria growth, and replace it with a new one every 6 months to a year.
What should I clean my night guard with?
Soak the night guard in distilled white vinegar for at least 30 minutes. After soaking, rinse the night guard and the bowl with water. Then soak the night guard in hydrogen peroxide for at least 30 more minutes. Once finished, rinse with water and allow the night guard to dry completely.
What is Efferdent fresh Guard?
Fresh Guard® by Efferdent® is specially formulated to clean retainers, mouthguards and removable braces. Fresh Guard kills 99.9% of odor-causing bacteria for a deep clean in just 5 minutes and reduces build-up of mouth film.
How long does it take to clean fresh Guard?
Watch Fresh Guard work before your eyes as the foaming blue solution turns clear within 5 minutes, indicating your retainer, mouth guard or removable braces are clean. Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
How does freshfresh guard work?
Fresh Guard kills 99.9% of odor-causing bacteria for a deep clean in just 5 minutes and reduces build-up of mouth film.
How do you clean Efferdent fresh Guard?
After soaking it in Efferdent Fresh Guard soak solution, washing it, and letting it soak in fresh water, the nightguard retains a bleach smell and taste for a couple of nights of use. The product must adhere to the plastic nightguard despite cleaning with brush and water after applying it.