I'm 57 years old and had 18 teeth extracted on October 27,2017 and had immediate dentures put in and I've had nothing but problems. I had problems with my bite not being right so they finally listened to me and fixed that although I still think it's off a little. They put my 2nd soft liner in this past Tuesday and they had to redo it twice because the girl messed it up the first time. Then they actually got a dentist in there and she agreed with me that my bite was off so she did some more adjusting and redid the soft liner . But I'm still having trouble eating as it still cuts into the chin area of my mouth when I try to chew so I guess I'll be making yet another trip to get them adjusted again. And it's also hurting/rubbing me on my upper left side, so the dentist told me that I am swelling inward and it's pushing a bone out that my dentures is rubbing on. She told me to ice it. I was just wondering if anyone else has had this problem. It's so depressing because it's Christmas time and I can't eat much of anything without chopping it up. The one girl at the dentist office told me that I would never be able to eat a burger or bite anything on the front teeth, that I would have to always chop my food up, is that true?