It’s no myth that Full Dentures are difficult to wear and adapt to and this is especially true for Full Lower Dentures. Patients often complain about ill-fitting, floating full lower dentures that move excessively and many have difficulties eating even the most common foods such as leafy greens.
When you think of dentures, you likely envisage someone older wearing them and though that’s commonly the case, there are plenty of young adults and teens that require them due to sporting accidents, health problems, trauma from assaults or accidents, tooth decay, smoking and recreational drugs.
Dentures are a life-changing solution for many people, restoring confidence and improving your ability to chew, smile, and enjoy life. While your new dentures will soon be part of your new routine, you need to ensure that you engage in regular denture care so that you can continue to enjoy the benefits of your dentures for years to come.
Whether it be full or partial dentures, some patients can find the process quite overwhelming. You may wonder what to expect with new dentures, and how quickly you will adapt to them. Will your daily routine be impacted? Will others notice? Will my speech be affected, and are they uncomfortable?