What To Do If Your Dentures Don't Fit Properly
How to Know If Your Dentures Fit Properly
Are your dentures not fitting correctly? It’s important to pay attention to any problems you may be experiencing with your dentures. If they do not fit correctly, it can cause discomfort, sores and difficulty speaking or chewing. Fortunately, there are a few steps you can take if your dentures don’t fit properly.
Check for Loose Fitting Dentures
If your dentures are too loose, it can be difficult to speak or chew without them slipping out of place. This is one of the most common issues people experience with their dentures. To fix this problem, you should visit College Hill Dental Group in Easton PA. We have a team of experienced professionals that can help adjust your dentures so they fit more snugly.
Inspect for Damage or Wear and Tear
Are your dentures feeling uncomfortable? Inspect them for any signs of damage or wear and tear. Check for chips, cracks and other signs of damage. If you find any, bring them in right away so we can assess the situation and determine whether they need to be repaired or replaced. Replacing the denture will ensure a comfortable fit and make sure you’re able to chew and speak without pain or irritation.
Visit Your Easton Dentist Regularly
It is important that you visit College Hill Dental Group regularly even if everything seems okay at first glance. Over time, your mouth changes as well as the shape of your gums due to aging and other factors such as weight loss/gain and health conditions like diabetes or cancer treatment side effects (chemotherapy). During these visits we will check the fit of your denture(s) and make any necessary adjustments accordingly so that they always fit comfortably in your mouth.
Contact us Today!
The team at College Hill Dental Group in Easton PA will work with you every step of the way when it comes to adjusting or replacing ill-fitting dentures so that you feel comfortable wearing them again! We understand how important it is to have properly fitted dentures so that you can confidently chew and speak without pain or irritation – call us today if you need help readjusting yours!