The pressure from your denture will help to reduce bleeding and swelling.
1 week after immediate dentures.
Leave it in place for 24 hours after your procedure.
Still have a little pain occasionally but nothing serious.
Had a follow up with the oral surgeon today.
Glad you are going back to the dentist sooner than 7 weeks!
I took them out after 24 hours.
Leaving the dentures out for an extended period may result in increased swelling and inability reinsert the dentures.
The first two weeks (day 2 through 14) while your mouth is adjusting to your dentures, you will notice an increase in the amount of saliva that is being produced.
I've had my immediate dentures (upper and lower!) since july 7th.
After the area has healed, your dentist will make an impression of your mouth and order an immediate denture from.
I needed little adjustments several times a week.
In the next few months, as your mouth heals, the denture may become loose.
Immediate dentures actually help the healing process after getting teeth extracted.
Your full dentures act much like a bandaid during your first day, which is why you’ll even need to wear your dentures to bed.
With a lot of help from you folks, i've survived the first week.
The first few weeks will be a period of adjustment, especially due to the drastic changes and bony remodeling of your jawbone after multiple extractions.
For the 1st week please only remove the dentures to clean them and then place them back in your mouth.
I took my pain meds and am icing my mouth.
We will want to see you about one week after extractions to check early healing.