May 16, 2019
Dentures are the teeth replacement also known as fake teeth. They are plastic made and molded in a way that they fit your mouth perfectly. It takes some time to get used to dentures and this time ranges from a few days to months. You need to make sure you do not chew too hard in order to damage your dentures or your mouth.
You will need to unlearn the way you used to eat earlier and learn a new way of eating due to the dentures. It is not at all tough. It is completely natural as your facial muscle are used to your original teeth and takes a little time in learning about the new ones.
Tips for Eating with New Dentures
Start eating slowly and make sure you choose softer foods in the beginning as they are easy to easy. But even before that, start with a liquid diet that includes foods such as puddings, cooked cereals, chopped boiled eggs, and soup broth.
Make sure you stay alert and attentive while eating hot stuff. You do not want to burn your mouth. Dentures are insulating. You would not know what temperature is your food. Do not hold liquid for too long in your mouth. It will result in a loose bottom denture.
Chew very slowly and efficiently before you swallow the food. Gulping down large pieces of unchewed food would choke you.
Eating After Healing
As soon as you are adjusted to these new dentures, you will be able to ear everything. Well, almost everything as there is always some food that sticks to your mouth or is difficult to eat even with natural teeth.
Yet, you should make sure that you are always careful about what you eat. You should attentively eat hard crust bread, red meat, peanut, and almond butter.
A Word from Very well
By following these tips you’d be able to completely get back to normal eating. Although even after a few months, you feel that you have any sort of pain. Do not hesitate to call your dentist at Town Square Dental. The professional staff is always ready to help you in any way they can.
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