As noted, you are not the first to raise this issue. Your husband is your closest supporter on this. It is very important that he share in all experiences about your dentures. The more he understands about your feelings both physical and emotional the better able he will be to help you normalize your new situation. I am sure he is curious about many aspects of your recovery and normalizing intimacy will help both of you. You both need to explore this new you! Being a denture wearer myself, I worried about this and my husband and I discussed how we might go about handling things. I had begun wearing a partial denture when I was in college and things went down hill from there. When we were first engaged, he was the only man outside of the dentist whom I allowed to see without my partial. It took a lot to let him into that world. As more teeth were added and finally all of the remaining ones removed to make way for my full dentures we took small steps into that world.
I routinely sleep without my teeth in and intimacy is a regular part of our life. He understands my need to remove my teeth and accepts it. He loves me- not my teeth if that makes sense. Do what is comfortable for both of you but do not shut him out of this part of your life. You might be surprised at what you may find. It is all good!