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How does it feel when you get all of your teeth pulled for an immediate denture?
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Dr. Luis Villaplana
Internal Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: PAINFUL
Swollen, mouth bleeding. A mess for a few days.

In brief: PAINFUL
Swollen, mouth bleeding. A mess for a few days.
Dr. Luis Villaplana
Dr. Luis Villaplana
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Dr. Robert Tupac
Dentistry - Prosthodontics
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Uncomfortable
Everybody's pain threshold is different, after extractions, but remember you are in the healing phase now and things will get better rapidly.
.. Your dentist will make adjustments to help the process.

In brief: Uncomfortable
Everybody's pain threshold is different, after extractions, but remember you are in the healing phase now and things will get better rapidly.
.. Your dentist will make adjustments to help the process.
Dr. Robert Tupac
Dr. Robert Tupac
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Dr. Mark Bornfeld
Dentistry
1 doctor agrees
In brief: It takes patience...
During the tooth extractions, it does not feel like much at all, because local anesthetic is used to block sensory perception.
It usually takes some time after that to become accustomed to the feel of dentures in the mouth. Discomfort from pressure between the denture base and the fresh extraction sockets can be controlled with topical anesthetics and adjustment of the denture base by your dentist.

In brief: It takes patience...
During the tooth extractions, it does not feel like much at all, because local anesthetic is used to block sensory perception.
It usually takes some time after that to become accustomed to the feel of dentures in the mouth. Discomfort from pressure between the denture base and the fresh extraction sockets can be controlled with topical anesthetics and adjustment of the denture base by your dentist.
Dr. Mark Bornfeld
Dr. Mark Bornfeld
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Dr. Phillip Frist
Dentistry
In brief: Sore, strange,
Pain from tooth extractions, pain varies on difficulty of extractions and expertise of doctor. Weird due to a foreign object present.
Loss of significant ammount of taste. Foreign object (denture) stimulates more saliva production, plan on alot of drooling. Remember dentures should be a last resort option, not a cheap easy fix. Also the best denture is 40% as efficient as your original.

In brief: Sore, strange,
Pain from tooth extractions, pain varies on difficulty of extractions and expertise of doctor. Weird due to a foreign object present.
Loss of significant ammount of taste. Foreign object (denture) stimulates more saliva production, plan on alot of drooling. Remember dentures should be a last resort option, not a cheap easy fix. Also the best denture is 40% as efficient as your original.
Dr. Phillip Frist
Dr. Phillip Frist
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