The entire process of making dentures takes around three weeks to a month or even more, which means that the treatment requires a couple of visits to the dentist’s office. After the most suitable treatment plan is discussed and finalized by the dentist and the patient, these necessary steps are taken:
New dentures may appear loose or odd for a certain number of weeks unless the cheek muscles and tongue get used to keeping them in position and the wearer gets comfortable inserting as well as removing them. It’s also quite common for the wearer to experience irritation or soreness in the beginning of wearing dentures. These problems improve overtime as the mouth starts adjusting to the denture.