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INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETE DENTURE PATIENTS:

INITIAL SENSATIONS:

APPEARANCE:

EATING:

SPEAKING:

WHEN TO WEAR YOUR DENTURES:

CARING FOR YOUR MOUTH:

CARING FOR YOUR DENTURES:

DENTURE ADHESIVES:

We make every effort to ensure our patient’s satisfaction with the stability and retention of their new complete dentures.

Ideally, dentures require little or no adhesive, but in reality, the stability and retention of most dentures is enhanced with the use of a small quantity of adhesive.

In our experience, most upper dentures DO NOT require adhesive, while most lower dentures DO require adhesive.

GUIDELINES FOR USE OF DENTURE ADHESIVES:

PASTE:

POWDER:

LONG-TERM DENTURE SUCCESS

Although your dentures will keep their shape, your mouth continues to change. The bone and gums that support your dentures can recede or shrink, causing your dentures to feel loose and less stable.

Prolonged use of ill-fitting dentures can irritate the gums, tongue and cheeks and cause the ridges of the mouth to shrink. Constant irritation can also lead to open sores and serious infections.

To prevent or correct these problems, you should visit our office regularly to determine what changes have taken place in your mouth and what should be done to correct the fit of your dentures.

Your success in wearing dentures depends on you. With a positive attitude, persistence and regular professional care, you can become one of the millions of people who wear dentures successfully

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