Removable dentures are designed and made by the denturologist: the artist of your image.
The experiment of several perssones porteusée of the dentures rélevève that it is normal to expect a period of adaptation of approximately 3 weeks.
The experience of several perssones suggests that it is normal to expect an adaptation period of about 3 weeks.
The first meals you eat may seem painful to you.
Be fearless: you will gradually adapt to your new prosthesis.
However, we advise you to chew slowly and for a long time.
The ups and downs of your lower prosthesis!
You will notice that your lower prosthesis causes you more discomfort than your upper prosthesis. Once again, Cola is perfectly normal. This discomfort is mainly due to two major disadvantages:
The lack of stability due to the condition of your lower gum
The constant movement of your tongue, which is particularly sensitive to any change in your mouth. Do not flirt, you will soon adapt to it.
Unfortunately, wearing a new prosthesis may cause nausea. In principle, this discomfort should disappear a few hours after the installation of your prosthesis, or at most in a few days. If your nausea persists, you must, without fail, consult your denturologist.
In principle you should remove your dental prosthesis to sleep to allow your gums to relax and oxygenate.
Store your prosthesis in a closed container filled with warm water or a soaking solution. Your deturist should explain to you during a meeting.
If you do not want to remove your prosthesis when you go to bed, it is important to give yourself a break at least once a day.