Denture induced Stomatitis

Denture induced Stomatitis is an infection of oral mucosa caused by fungus in the area covered by a denture. It usually occurs in the upper jaw.


• Wearing an unfit denture which traumatizes the oral tissue
• Wearing a denture that is not thoroughly cleaned
• Not taking the denture off at night before bed which creates a favourable environment that allows fungus to grow.


• Rashes will appear at the early stage
• Rashes will then enlarge,sometimes even desquamate
• Swelling of the affected area
• Feeling of pain


Immerse the denture in water overnight

• Consult a dentist and rinse with medicated mouthwash as instructed.
• Remove the denture every night before bed so that the mucosa gets rest.
• You must clean the denture thoroughly with toothbrush and detergent, rinse the denture and then soak it in a glass of water overnight.

If the denture doesn't fit well, you should go to a dentist for replacement.

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