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For New Denture Wearers

Getting used to life with new dentures takes a little time. Relearning how to eat and speak with dentures may come with its challenges, but the good news is you don’t have to do it alone. We’re here to help you adjust to a fun, full life with more bite.

Fixodent doesn’t just hold your dentures securely in place, but is also here with tons of articles bursting with great advice to address all your questions and worries.

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Live a Carefree Life with Your New Dentures


Just because you’re replacing your natural teeth with dentures, doesn’t mean you have to give up your favorite food! As a new denture wearer, be careful with what you eat in the first few weeks until you get used to life with your new teeth, but once you’ve got dining with dentures down, it’s dinner as usual.


Give your dentures a little tender love and care, especially since they can stain if you’re not careful. So it’s important to have a daily cleaning routine so your dentures stay looking as good as new.


You will also need to look after your mouth. It’s perfectly normal to experience some discomfort as your gums get used to your new dentures. The good news is there are several solutions to help ease any pain that comes when you wear dentures.


You may have noticed that you’re speaking a little differently than usual and you struggle to pronounce certain words the same way. This is perfectly normal and with practice, you can master talking with dentures.


When you first get dentures, they’re in for the long haul. But just like anything made to last, your dentures need a little tender loving care and the occasional maintenance. Your dentures may require relining and perhaps even a few repairs to keep them fitting comfortably and working well. Learn more about the costs of denture repair and relining so you know what to expect.