Denture wearers can talk and eat normally after 15 to 30 days of wearing their new dentures. To reduce any displacement of the false teeth, patients should try to bite their teeth and swallow before speaking. If the teeth move when talking, it is essential to put them back in the correct position. Denture adhesive can also help to reduce displacement, as many types keep the teeth in place all day long.
The next step in terms of denture support, jaw health preservation and cost is to place up to 8 implants in each arch, which can then support a fixed denture or a removable denture. With the dentures attached to the implant, it offers an experience much like having real teeth and you never have to worry about them moving when you talk, eat or kiss. All-On-Four eliminates dirty dental adhesive, white plaster on the lips and the discomfort of removable dentures. If you have been wearing traditional dentures for a while or are faced with the possibility of switching to a dental prosthesis for the first time, now is a good time to consider the many upgrade options.
With All-On-Four dentures, you can still speak normally and enjoy all the benefits of having a secure set of teeth.