|ABOUT DENTURES AND LOOSE DENTURES
| Dentures! What an invention! Dentures are artificial appliances that you can wear in your mouth to take the place of your natural teeth. Great-fitting dentures mainly depend on your gum structure and how your dentures were made.
First, we will discuss Loose Dentures. There is nothing worse than having loose dentures in your mouth. Loose dentures will cause sore spots by moving around all the time and cause your teeth to clack, thus causing embarrassment to yourself. If you're like most people you will put your dentures up for a day or so to allow your gums to heal. This is a bad idea. Leaving your dentures out of your mouth for any certain amount of time will cause you to leave them where they're at and you'll most likely quit wearing them. This is especially true for the lower dentures. People just don't like wearing lower dentures because they don't fit as tight as the upper dentures. Upper dentures have a roof in your mouth for suction. Lower dentures just sit on the ridge of the lower gum.
Loose dentures can be relined by your Dentist or by you at home with Perma Soft Professional Denture Reline Kit. By clicking on the links above you can professionally reline your dentures at home for only $19 until you can see your dentist. Check out the above links for more information on our home reline kits that provide comfort and satisfaction for your mouth until you can get an appointment with your dentist. . If you want a comfortable cushiony denture reline with long-time wear, then the above links have just what you're looking for. Perma Soft is specially formulated for loose dentures and problem denture wearers.
If you have loose dentures and are having a problem wearing them you should have it taken care of as soon as possible so you can get back into the routine of wearing your dentures. The longer you leave your dentures out, especially the lower one, the harder it is to get back to wearing dentures. So, whatever problem you're having with your dentures, get them fixed as soon as possible.
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|WEARING DENTURES FOR THE FIRST TIME|
|Wearing dentures for the first time can be a horrible experience. There is no room in your mouth for food, you can't chew properly, and you can't talk without slurring your words. Don't worry! All people wearing dentures for the first time go through this and I will give you some helpful hints on wearing your new dentures later on. Dentures are nothing more than hard plastic objects molded to fit your gum structure. That's all they are, hard plastic dentures nothing more nothing less. So getting adjusted to two pieces of hard plastic dentures is not an easy chore.
First, you have to make your mind up whether or not you're going to wear dentures before you get them. Second, the biggest and most important thing about getting adjusted to wearing dentures is TIME. Time is your most important factor in wearing dentures for the first time.
Wearing dentures, talking with dentures, eating with dentures and just plain getting use to having dentures in your mouth ALL TAKE TIME. The longer you have your denture or dentures in your mouth, the better your dentures will feel. The better your dentures feel, then you are getting use to your dentures. But all this take time. Each day that goes by will make you feel better about your dentures.
I have made dentures for 30 years and I still have no idea why someone hasn't come up with a soft pliable denture that would feel more comfortable in your mouth. I do know pliable dentures are being tested but there having a problem keeping the teeth on the dentures from falling out. I am positive in the next few years there will be flexible dentures on the market with a high price tag.
| HELPFUL HINTS FOR DENTURES
1. take small bites with your dentures 2. take your TIME starting out with new dentures. 3. just play around with your dentures for the first couple days and don't try to get a meal in a restaurant. 4. to speak more clearly with your dentures - READ out loud and when you hear yourself mispronounce a word go back and say it over and over until you get it right and go back to reading. 5. before cleaning your dentures fill sink with a little water first that way if your drop your dentures they will hit the water and won't break. 6. sleep with your new dentures the first few nights. This will help you adjust to them faster.
|Dentures cause your speech to be slurred---read out loud or upper dentures could be to thick in roof of mouth.
Dentures make clacking-clicking noise---dentures are to loose, your bite is not correct, or your not use to dentures yet.
Dentures become loose & irritating---dentures need to be relined and could be caused by loss of weight.
Dentures & sore spots---loose dentures cause sore spots and dentures that are to long in certain areas.
Dentures gag you---dentures are too long usually the upper denture is to long in the back (roof) of denture by your throat.
Dentures & gum shrinkage---as dentures wear out so do your gums, dentures are harder than your gums so in time they wear.
|What are loose dentures and how do they become loose in the first place?, Loose Dentures can be cause by losing weight, getting your dentures made to soon, and wear and tear of your hard plastic dentures on your gums year after year. Loose mean just plain loose, loose is loose and tight is tight, but loose is worst and loose is bad for creating sore spots, loose can cause you not to wear your dentures, loose will cause you to wear adhesives, loose is bad, loose is no good, loose means trouble, loose also means ill fitting dentures , loose causes embarrassment, loose could mean not wearing dentures anymore, loose, loose sore spots, loose is more than just loose, loose makes misery. Remember loose is loose and loose is misery. If loose reline loose so loose will become tight again because loose is bad, loose is no good, loose means adhesives, loose means ill fitting, loose is trouble, loose is sore spots, loose is embarrassment and loose is just plain loose.|