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New dentures can take some getting used to. But don’t worry- after a little bit of time, the devices will be comfortable and you will feel confident wearing them. Follow these tips to quickly adjust to life with your new dentures.

Preparing For a New Device

It’s important to be realistic when getting new dentures. Even expertly-fitted devices might not feel very natural in your mouth at first. The new teeth might feel awkward, uncomfortable, and they might even affect the way you speak. Remember to be patient- the dentures will begin to feel more natural over time. You might also want to rest your mouth and/or stick to soft foods in the first few weeks of wearing dentures to make the transition more comfortable.

Practice Speaking

Not being able to speak properly can have a huge impact on your confidence. While your speech might not be perfect at first, it should improve over time. You can speed up this process by practicing at home. Read text out loud or talk to a loved one- you can also practice by singing! These tips might sound silly, but they can help you get used to talking naturally with dentures.

Try Out Different Supplies

Using the right denture adhesive can make a big difference when it comes to your overall comfort. Try out several adhesives to find the one that works best for you. Just remember that even the best adhesives won’t work correctly if your dentures don’t properly fit. Be sure to talk to your dentist if you suspect your dentures need to be adjusted.

Follow Your Dentist’s Advice

After your new dentures are fitted, your dentist will then give you detailed care instructions. Listen to their advice and call right away if you have any questions. You should also call your dentist if you have any discomfort from your dentures, or if you develop sore spots. Oftentimes, a simple adjustment can fix this in minutes.

Learn More About Dentures

Royalty Dental Associates can help you get your smile back. Whether you are considering new dentures or need an old pair adjusted, our team is here for you. Call us today to get started.

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