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Tue, Dec 20, 2016 5:49 AM

Does anyone EVER get used to wearing dentures?

It's Day 4 post surgery: removing my remaining 12 teeth and inserting the temporary upper & lower dentures.
My question is: Does anyone EVER get used to this?
The feeling that my mouth is so full of plastic; I feel like I want to gag all the time.
I'm feeling really depressed when, prior to surgery, I thought I'd be so happy to be able to smile again.
I know it's very early days for me but it feels like I'll never feel 'normal' again.
I've just found this forum, and I'm hoping that someone whose been through this can reassure me that these foreign objects will eventually feel, if not a part of me, then at least a minimal hindrance.
Thanks to anyone in advance who takes the time to respond to this post.

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9 m ago

Hey everyone!

Just thought I’d comment on my own question roughly 4 years later…

I had a rough couple of years with my temporary dentures: only wearing them when I went out in public (I live alone and didn’t wear them at home, even for eating).

I waited approx 2 years before I got my permanent dentures because my specialist told me that the fit would be better and last longer if I waited until my jaw had shrunk the most during the initial phase (I had a fantastic private specialist in Melbourne (AU).

As soon as the specialist put my new permanent dentures in I could tell the difference was amazing!

He was keen for me to try wearing them all the time and to try eating all sorts of food at home, to encourage me to actually wear them!

I had immediate success and haven’t looked back since! I can eat almost everything and am extremely happy.

Two years on I wear my dentures 24/7 and only take them out to clean them. I have not had to go back to my specialist since - not even 1 adjustment  - and my dentures still fit as well as they did on the first day I got them (the permanent ones I mean).

I have not had to even consider using adhesives since I’ve had my permanents (and believe me I’m glad to see the back of them lol).

So, to answer my original question: YES!!!

I have absolutely gotten used to them and they are my new normal. My mouth doesn’t feel ‘full of plastic’ anymore and my dentures are no longer in the forefront of my mind; I would say they are better than the ‘minimal hindrance’ that I was hoping for/dreaming of  when I started this thread.

So, I would like to give other people who are at the start of this journey hope: I have had great success!

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@susie_5032d2 I am 3 1/2 months in wearing my dentures. I think I'm speaking specifically to my top Dentures. I'm trying to get used to them before I even think of the bottom ones. I have been in for about 7 adjustments, and finally my denture is did a soft reline. I am still bothered by these constantly and they are in the Forefront of my mind all of the time. If I had the money... I would definitely go for implants I think. I feel as if I will never get used to these, and they will always be what's on my mind. I have young children, and I just don't want to be remembered as a dad with no teeth. A dad with a past that continues to haunt. I pray for healing from Jesus always. I understand Heaven Works in a certain order, and it does not work on my time oh, but I do continue to pray. I just want to feel okay wearing these things. I do deserve this, and I know that oh, but I would just like some relief. They're always on my mind, and I just always noticed them being in my mouth and kind of bothering me really. I am reaching out everywhere trying to get better in this situation I guess. I am so happy that you found that happiness. That truly makes me feel good. You have a very very good day

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Lincland22 

You are very early in your journey, although I know it doesn’t feel like that!  Please be patient!

 I used to call my immediate dentures ‘internal wheel clamps’ because that’s what they felt like!

 I could not imagine that dentures could ever feel anything other than a mouth full of plastic. 

Fast forward to when I got my permanent dentures- I waited 2 years so that I had the best chance of getting a long lasting good fit (it takes at least 1 year, preferably longer, for the massive bone loss in your lower jaw to finish/slow right down).

As soon as my Prosthodontist put in my new permanents, they felt natural. The new palate was so much thinner, elegant, great suction but light as a feather. 
The function is amazing and they’re aesthetically appealing. 

That was 3 years ago now and I still don’t need adhesive. They Still feel as good as when I got them. 
I wear them 24/7 and honestly forget they’re there. They don’t feel exactly natural, but they do feel normal.
tbh I hardly notice them. 
If I didn’t have to take them out to clean them, I would never take them out. 

Hopefully this helps and gives you hope. When I first started this thread (day 2-3), I felt hopeless, depressed and that the promise of new teeth was a lie...

 I could never have imagined that I would be converted into a new believer lol. 
As I said, please be patient. Wait as long as you can!

Do your research before you get permanents, choose your Prosthodontist wisely and don’t be afraid of bottom dentures. Mine have worked out great!

Just remember that by the time your kids have grown a bit more you’ll have grown into your new dentures and they’ll remember you as a great dad who has good teeth!

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5 y ago

NOT ME.......and I have only an upper partial now for 7 years.....It had been uncomfortable since the day I got it.....It's awful, but I don't have an extra $75K laying around for implants. 

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inertia40

Where are you??  What ever happenned to you

No Implants do not cost $75,000

You can find much less expensive implant systems

I have  all implants and really love them.  There is Nothing to get used to as they feel and work like your old real perfect teeth

Let us know how you are doing now that it is one year later

Your experience is very important to us and it is how we learn and help people here on this blog

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The cheapest implant I can find is 20 grand for upper and lower

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Hi  debra bemis
You can get over dentures secured by implants for much less then $20,000

Read the blogs  here on implants
Barbara

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HHi Debra

Thia

hi debra

 place in Mexico had a very low price for implant secured dentures

You might  want to check them ou

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i am almost a week to having my top teeth taken out and have a denture fitted.How long does it take for a denture to feel right ? It`s really strange having a foreign object in my mouth plus it feels like i have load of marbles  in there Does it get easier ?

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5 y ago

I'm on day 12 with a full upper and a partial lower. It's getting easier every day. The first week was hard. I had to force myself to keep them in. It's still not natural, but I can see the light at the end of the tunnel.

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706 Points

Thanks Mary. I'll persevere (no choice now but to!). I'm glad it's getting better for you.

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Everyone is different. I have a partial on top and full on bottom.  The bottom are difficult for me.  I wont say anything negative now it takes time.

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I`m also on day 4 with full upper and lower, the extraction of all 23 teeth was done with just Novocaine ( wouldn`t recommend that to anyone) my temporary set seems to work fine, had some minor adjustments on the follow up the next day, now i have about 6 weeks til the next visit. the only issue I have right now is really my speech..i just think I talk funny ...is that normal ?

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316 Points

Yes its normal, you have to relearn how to form words with your new smile

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I’m 8 months out from having my last 12 pulled and immediate dentures placed. I just got my new “permanent” set and it’s like day and night! I can’t believe the difference in my appearance and talking! Sooo much better! Hang in there everyone. If I can get through it anyone can!

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5 y ago

Sorry still having a very hard time after 8 months of upper only although it does get a little better with time. According to my dentist they are not real teeth and will never feel like real teeth but I do have to say that they look great. On a positive note, I am eating better than at the beginning. Good luck....


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Norwich Girl
Tell your dentist you are too uncomfortable and ask him to make an adjustment
Barbara

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706 Points

Where have you gone Barbara?

Your advice is SO good and I miss you!

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5 y ago

My dentist said people think dentures are like putting on a new pair of shoes but its more like a wooden leg! Well... at least he was honest. ..

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186 Points

Hahahaha! Good way to explain it! The more I wear them the less they bother me.

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MGD

Hi 
 I went into hock and went for all implants
They are perfect and just like regular teeth. Ir Feels the same as regular teeth.  I had had them for years and years and never had a problem with them.
I eat the same and brush the same as I did before.
It's the best money I ever spent
I just shut my eyes and pretended I was buying a Mercades Benz
Barbara

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Ken
Easy for your dentist to say but they are not his teeth
Barbara

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How much for implants?? Full mouth?? And where???

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Hi  dawn smith
Well do you want a full mouth because that is the top of the line

The over denture or the clip on denture is the least expensive approach

In between there is all on 4 and all on 6.

What is  your pleasure??

You   can also check out dental colleges
Let us know what you are thinking about
Barbara

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5 y ago

Well, I'm not sure that dentures will ever feel normal. BUT I think you're question really is " will they ever stop dominating my every waking moment?"


I am 14 months in. I have a full upper and a partial lower.. It is easy to forget about the partial lower. However, the full upper continues to consume every waking moment. It's bulky, it's plastic, it tastes bad and I'm allergic to it. There is not a single moment that I forget that I have a full denture.


The difference really is size. A full upper takes up so much space in your mouth. It's really difficult to forget it's there. But, you are also early in the process.


Also, if you feel like gagging, go back to your dentist and ask him/her to trim the back portion of your denture. This is a common issue where the palate portion of the denture hits the gag reflex zone of your mouth.


Consider also that losing your teeth is a devastating event. It has significant impacts on your emotional and mental well being. It's like an amputation and most people will grieve the loss without really understating why they feel the way they do.


You are only now 6 days in. Give it time. You have to find a new normal. It will happen. Just be patient.

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Thanks Heather.
I totally agree that it is a grieving process that I'm/we all go through. It's unexpected though. As I said, I was looking forward to smiling again. I underestimated how huge this is emotionally.
I'm also wondering about the future:
I'm single but had had hopes of one day meeting someone ... Now, I can't imagine anyone wanting to kiss a mouth full of plastic! I can't imagine letting anyone go there either!
So much for my 'new life'!

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So very true Heather it is nice to see that many people feel the same way. It is devastating. I'm about 8 months in and there is not a second I forget about the dentures. I have uppers only & cannot seem to get use to them. They do not hurt as much as they did in the beginning and I am having another pair made although very upset about this. My dentist said I had allot of bone loss and I trust him so I am going through with this expense once again. Also I am so afraid if the denture breaks, then what do I do? I am not a candidate for implants both for financial reasons and something with breaking the sinus bone which sounds too catastrophic and am not sure there are any other options. I cannot believe that my parents never complained about dentures at least not to me.

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I am going on 4 months from extraction and I'm also have a horrible time adjusting to the dentures (full on top and partial on bottom).  The bottom won't stay in to save my life.  I feel like I just eat Fixodent because I have to add it so often...about every 2 hours.  I don't want my husband to kiss me because I'm afraid of my teeth falling out of place.  My bottom gums hurt CONSTANTLY.  I go back tomorrow (12/5/17) to, hopefully, get some relief from the pain.  I've been in so often because of pain that I feel like the dental office dreads to see me.  If I could go back, I'd just wait for my very loose teeth to fall out and then do something.  I'm sick of this and right now I hate life.

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Donna, I'm so sorry you are having a rough time. I feel so sad when reading your post. It's been about a month since you posted this, has it gotten any better at all? I really hope so. I've read it can take a long time for some people to get used to them and it takes allot of patience. I'm just at the beginning of the process but I'm hoping I will have the patience needed and the ability to be kind to myself throughout it. I really don't have any choice but to do this and I am kinda excited at the moment because I want to smile again and I want to never feel a toothache again as long as I live but I also know I am trading those things for something different like denture sores and pain. I'm thinking of you and really really hoping you are okay. Kim

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Hi Kim, things are a little bit better.  I had crowns put on three of the four remaining teeth....one already had a crown.  The one that already had a crown will need to be pulled when I go back for the permanent crowns because it is very loose.....that's why I had to have all of the other teeth pulled, because they were so loose.  I've had some significant pain the past couple of days from the bottom dentures rubbing again.  I'm just PRAYING that when I get all of the permanents (crowns and dentures) put in place that things will feel so much better....I've been assured it would.  I have to say that the first thing I do when I get in my car after work is take the bottom dentures out.  I hate not being able to keep them in because I don't like for my husband to see me without them....although he's told me that he loves me, not my teeth.  :)  I won't let him kiss me either if I don't have my teeth in so that puts a damper on everything, if you get my drift.  :(  I'm also praying that by having this other tooth pulled, it doesn't put me behind in getting my permanent  teeth, which should be in March.  I guess I'll just have to wait and see.

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5 y ago

I have been wearing dentures bottom partial top and it has made me less social and I don't enjoy being around people.  I think I am really devasted?  I was social and now I hate the way my mouth feels its like the bottoms are always reminding me about how I feel not good.

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I understand because that’s how I was at first. Now with my permanent dentures I’m getting more social and my self confidence is coming back. Give it time.

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Joan

Consider implants
I have them and they are perfect
Barbara

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joan rosenblatt

Secure the denture with 2 implants and you will love them
Barbara

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5 y ago

Before I scare the newbies too much with that comment about the dentures being like a wooden leg, let me say that it does get better if you got a decent fit and you're not allergic to the material. I had 27 extractions and immediate dentures a little over a year ago December 17th 2015. They fit great for about a week then the swelling went down and they got real loose. I saw a video on youtube and ordered the dvds and watched a lot of youtube to learn how to make a set. I've been wearing them for 10 months now. They aren't much to look at... see profile pic... but they function! I can eat pretty much anything I want. I even ate corn on the cob the other night just to see if I could, but I can't bite into an apple. That polident commercial is a bunch of crap! Lol

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Great to hear Ken things are still going well. Hope you slobbered enough yummy butter on that corn. Merry Christmas! Hope you don't have to work on Christmas like Thanksgiving and get to enjoy the whole holiday and help the wife with Christmas dinner. :)

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Merry Christmas

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342 Points

You mean you made your own teeth??  I have to tell my dentures story.  I had 22 teeth pulled Sept. 8....3 days before my 52 birthday on Sept. 11.  On Saturday (Sept.10) I started running fever.  I thought it was normal after having all of those teeth pulled so I didn't think too much about it.  On Monday (Sept. 12) I was still running fever and, other than my mouth hurting, I thought I was doing ok.  At around 2:00 AM on Sept. 13 I woke up and felt like I was having trouble breathing.  I got up and went to the kitchen to get a drink of water and to settle down a bit....I was a little panicky  from not being able to get a good breath of air.  I went back and sat down on the side of the bed and was trying to decide if I wanted to lay back down in the bed or go recline in a recliner.  My husband woke up and saw me sitting there and asked if I was ok.  I told him I felt like I couldn't breath so I was going to go sit in a recliner.  I did so for a very short time and then I went back to the bedroom and told my husband that I thought I needed to go to the ER.....it has to be bad if I ask to be taken to the ER.  He took me in and, after running some test and doing a chest Xray, it was determined that I had double pneumonia.  I was taken by ambulance from the ER....it was one of those ER's not associated with a particular hospital...to a hospital.  My doctor told me later that I was just on the verge of being septic.  Thankfully, I'm all better now....except for still trying to get used to having dentures.

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Ken, how did you make your own dentures? with what material? 3D printer? Maybe I am misunderstanding your post.

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422 Points

Hello Ken, I hope you get my comment being that you wrote one year ago.  Did you really make your own set of dentures?  Or did I misunderstand your comment?  If you did, could you explain how?  You're a real soldier huh?   :)

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5 y ago

Hey Ken, I haven't been on this board at all lately. My Denture the only one I have top denture will be a year on January 25 my teeth removed my top teeth that I have left on October 30, 2015. After the hard reLine, I was very happy because I did not need adhesive then I had to start going for and more adjustments so now I'm back to That horrible adhesive which I hate so my answer is no they are fake. They definitely look better but as far as the feel and not being able to think about anything else while you have them in your mouth is very hard for me .

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Hi Elizabeth. Hope all is well. Sorry to hear about your upper. Maybe you and Joan below this comment need another Reline? When did you get it? Maybe it was too soon?

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I got the reline in May exactly 6 months after I had my seven top teeth extracted. Also, I think I'm allergic to all the adhesives and even Benzodent because when I have them in my mouth with that stuff which is the only way they'll stay I noticed I'm coughing a lot and I don't normally cough.

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Oh that's too bad that you are having a reaction. I wonder how well the Reline was? Having it done at 6 mths and if it was done properly you should have great suction on your upper. :(

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Josie I agree. If adhesive is needed try Secure! It’s 100% all natural and easy to get off your gums when you take your dentures out.

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Hi MGD, ok I can see now that Secure is a denture adhesive.  I may try it but I too hate adhesives of all kinds.  My last dentist even went out of his way to get me a sample of an adhesive that comes in strips, but I  hated even those and learned how to be relatively happy with them as they are.  In fact, after 7 years of wearing them I could stand some relining of some kind, but I won't do it unless my own dentist who did everything I have and he....has retired on me!!!  Hence I asked on this forum if anyone knows of a competent and sensible prosthodontist in NYC.   :)  

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5 y ago

Elizabeth same here

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5 y ago

I also feel like you.  Are you candidate for implants?  If you are look into it sometimes a clinic is cheaper.  If I was a candidate I would take out a loan or borrow money, but I am not so I use SECURE paste and they also have liners.  Look up their website they will send samples.  Fixodent awful.

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Joan
How do you know you are not a candidate  for implants??
Where do you live??
Barbara

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I am really liking this forum and I hope I can get some guidance from you folks.  I just had a temporary full upper put in yesterday, and while I know it is going to take time, I am seriously considering getting the snap on dentures with the implants in the future.  Can anyone give me an idea of what I am looking at price wise for an all on 4? Also, how was the process of having the implants places and what type of pain did you incur during and after surgery?  Thanks everyone!

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@joan_rosenblatt   Hi Joan, I don't know whether you addressed to me or not (it's been 4 years now lol!) but I'm not eligible for implants as my gums are extremely shrunk and thin.   If I were....I'd put into them ALL my savings and more.  I'd advice those who are eligible for implants to definitely do them; however the upper denture doesn't need them in my opinion, as the suction keeps it firm.  If you feel it a little loose, just swallow saliva and this will reaffirm the upper denture to your palate.

Regular dentures are much better than nothing but the lower dentures are a continuous sad problem as there's no suction and they don't keep down.  I was lucky that my great dentist (who retired) used the few not so healthy teeth I had in the lower front to make a partial via a bridge.  This is as good as an implant.... unless the partial is too old (as my case) and then there are problems.  I'm fighting to keep them even though I should make a new set, because I'm afraid the bridge may come out or break in the process, and then I'd have to have a full lower with the atrocious problems I mentioned above.   :(

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5 y ago

I don't  believe I will ever get used to all the plastic in my mouth.  I have my upper and lowers for about a month and am experimenting with adhesives.  I am trying to eat but am scared of choking.  I was given a sample of Polydent but just bought a tube of Fixodent (gum care) as my bottom shifts and lifts when I eat.  I am constantly biting down to secure the bottom.  I am going to receive a sample of Secure.  I am afraid to try strips and powder.  I think I need an adjustment on the bottoms for a better grip.

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Try secure denture adhesive, I just got my free tube (if you call them they'll send you a free full size tube) you can google their number! I have tried dixosenr and this seems to work much better!

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5 y ago

Not easy maybe the secure will help.  I have tried the strips they hold very well.  I will never get use to my dentures.  I hate wearing them hence I decline a lot of invites.

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joan rosenblatt
You know if you went to NYU dental school they would evaluate you for implants
Now almost everyone is a cadidate
They are very good
Barbara

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Can they help you even after you had your extractions done by someone else? I'm midway in the process of extractions and scared to death by what I read about how hard they are to get used to. But I'm not sure if my clinic does implants and I'm on a very limited budget

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Cheryl Godfrey
Hi Cheryl
You have come to the right place for informtion
you ask:

"Can they help you even after you had your extractions done by someone else? "

Yes they can help you.  You can have your extractions done in one place and select a specialist in another pace and do anything you want

 "I'm midway in the process of extractions and scared to death by what I read about how hard they are to get used to."

Well if you are midway in the middle of extractions just stop right ow and find out if all your teeth have to be extracted right now
Because if you can save any  your teeth at all that might be good because you could get partial bridges or dentures and partials are always much better  then dentures
Speak to your dentist and clinic and see if any of your teeth can be saved for bridges or partials.
If they can not be saved you definitely should consider implants.  Implants are 200% better and like having your real teeth  Yes dentures are very   hard to get used to and mot people never get used to lower dentures  and most people  can never even wear them and just put them  in a drawer instead of using them So lowers become a complete waste of time and money.   So if you can not afford implants you must at least make the leap to have at least your lowers jaw arch  supported by implants


 "But I'm not sure if my clinic does implants and I'm on a very limited budget"

Even if your clinic "does"  implants you should not  use them because you should go to an implant specialist
If you are on a limited budget discuss your budget here and also compare it to the cost of your dentures and denture upkeep 
You might have to settle with doing only doing the bottom denture secured by 2 or 3 implants which would work

So where do you live???  Do you have a dental University near you??
Think of getting implants like buying and financing a car
Let us know where you and in what State?
What is the name of the dental clinic you are useing?
How old are you??? 
 What you want to do about your dentures.
How much are your dentures going to cost???
 What clinic are you going to and how much have you paid so far 
This is a learning and sharing blog.  We help each other and we can share and learn from  each other. 
You are going to be alright because you are asking for information before it is too late
So keep in touch ad let us know what you deceide to do

Barbara


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I live in New York City. I'm going to Harlem clinic right now. I have 12 extractions left. They were originally going to try to save three bottom teeth but now say they can't save anything. It's really the top plate I'm concerned with because it seems from everything I read that's the one that's the hardest to get used to. I don't even know who to go to to talk about implants. But does anyone have the idea of the difference in the price from Dentures to implants? Is it double or triple the cost? A lot of people seem to be younger women that have to live with this a lot longer. I'm 61, so don't know if that makes a difference in that I won't have to deal with it for as many decades. I'm not even concerned with the way they look or anything, it's just all the horrible stories I hear if people not being able to control their gag reflex that scares me. I really appreciate these forums and any advice will be gratefully received

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Cheryl Godfrey
Hi Cheryl
NewYork City
You are in the perfect place
Go to NYU Dental clinic

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5 y ago

Hi, I've been wearing mine (the temporary) for 4 months now and I HATE them.  I've been told by various ones in the dental office that the permanent will be much better but, right now, I have my doubts.  I can't keep my bottom plate secure and it drives me NUTS!  Yesterday, I applied a denture adhesive 6X.  My bottom gums are also constantly sore and I'm sick of that as well.  This morning I had my husband adjust the metal band (not sure what it's called) and as long as the dentures don't move, the pain isn't as bad.  I'm sorry, I'm sure that's probably not what you wanted to hear but, that's how it is for me so far.  Please post if you find a solution to getting used to them or to not having the denture move around so much.  Oh, and I have had soft re-lines done several times and it helps for a day or two and then it's back to being loose.

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Donna
Hi Donna
It  has been one year since  we heard from you
We need to know how your permanent dentures worked out and how you are doing
This is a Learninng Blog and we learn from each other
Please update us
Thanks
Barbara

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5 y ago

My bottoms denture makes me nuts no judgements here.