Jan 23 update We are advised by Curaprox that theweekly bath will not be available for some time. This is due to changes within the UK Regulations since Brexit. This and the daily cleansing gel must now be reclassified. This process can be quite lengthy. Curaprox are working closely with the manufacturer to ensure all the documentation is in place ready to apply for the certification. We are sorry for any inconvenience. In the meantime you might like to try for daily cleaning HyGenie Dental care gel or liquid soap (just rinse the appliance well after use). We highly recommend the use of the Dr Mark HyGenie Clean & Care kit. For soaking try Retainer brite tablets or Erskines Oral Appliance cleaning tablets. Keeping your appliance clean and healthy is important not only for oral health but also for overall health and wellbeing. Listen to Dr Mark Wotherspoon who developed the HyGenie system talking to oral health coach LeighGS about the importance of dental appliance care here.
Dental appliance weekly bath cleaner from Curaprox for care and cleaning orthodontic retainers and aligners, sleep and sports mouthguards,dentures etc.
This weekly bath cleaner has become one of oral health coach LeighGS favourites caring for her orthodontic aligners (clear braces). If you haven’t been following her orthodontic adventure check it out on Facebook, YouTube and blog.
Use the Curaprox daily gel with a brush for daily cleaning then use this once a week.
This BDC105, 100ml concentrate is an intensive dental appliance weekly cleaner for dentures and dental appliances.
Contains citric acid, eucalyptus oil and sea salt
No abrasives, hydrochloric acid.
This weekly dental appliance bath cleaner is very gentle but very effective cleaning for all dental appliances including chrome dentures.
Ingredients:Water, Alkylethersulfate, Citric Acid, Eucalyptus Oil, Methyldibromo Glutaronitrile Phenoxyethanol, Limonene.
How to use: Cover the base of denture/storage box with solution.
Place appliance/denture in the box
Add warm/tepid water to cover
Leave for 6-8 hours if possible (Some aligners/retainers etc may not be left out of mouth for this length of time. LeighGS could only leave her aligners out for no longer than 4 hours a day – worked well).
Rinse well before replacing in mouth.
Always brush teeth, gums and other soft tissues in the mouth as advised by your dental team or Growing Smiles coach. Clean interdentally/between teeth first then clean every surface of all teeth with either an electric or manual toothbrush. Use the correct technique for the brush you choose. Check out our videos to help improve your technique here
More advice on appliance care can be found on our tips page here