4 Signs Your Dentures Need to Be Adjusted or Redone

Dentures are the top choice for individuals who have lost all their teeth, and these dental appliances can last a really long time with the proper care. However, there can be situations when dentures need to be adjusted or remade because they are no longer a good fit or have started to break down.

1. Your dentures shift when you speak.

Well-fitting dentures should not shift around in your mouth when you talk. Dentures that need to be adjusted or remade will often shift when you have to open your mouth wider to say certain words.

2. You have to use denture adhesive on your upper and lower denture and reapply often.

Using a dab of denture adhesive on your dentures for a firmer placement is perfectly normal, especially on your lower arch. Nevertheless, if you have to use a lot of adhesives and have to reapply it several times throughout the day, it may mean that your dentures do not fit as well as they should.

3. You have problems chewing crunchy foods.

Dentures provide you with more chewing power, but there can still be some foods that are a bit harder to chew. But there is a big difference between dentures that fit well and those that don’t. When dentures do not fit properly, you can have an issue chewing pretty much anything crunchy, even if it is just a potato chip or a crunchy veggie.

4. You often fear your dentures slipping out of your mouth.

Fear of your dentures slipping out of your mouth can hold you back from speaking or smiling when you really want to. Well-made dentures that conform to the shape of your mouth will not slip out of your mouth unexpectedly. The denture will conform to the gums and soft tissue and offer just enough suction to hold them in place.

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When you rely on dentures to help you speak clearly, chew your foods, and smile, you want them to fit you well without shifting and moving. If you have issues with your old dentures or you need new dentures, reach out to us at the office of Dr. Keneth Schweizer DDS PA to schedule an appointment.

 

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