Visiting Your Dentist
All denture wearers, just like anyone with a full mouth of teeth, should see a dentist twice a year. Regular checkups allow for timely adjustments to your dentures and evaluations of the hard and soft tissues of your oral cavity.
If you have consistent problems with the fit of your dentures, your dentist may recommend adding dental implants to secure them. You can even switch to a partial denture or full set of implants if your provider thinks it will improve the quality of your oral and overall health.
Don't rely on a mouthful of denture adhesive to make your dentures fit. It's wise to make an appointment with your dentist if you notice any changes in your mouth. Your dental professional will know if your dentures need relining or adjustment.