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... Just had surgery 5 days ago an had a flipper put in. How long does it generally take for your gums to toughen up an to be able to eat normally without discomfort? ... (0 replies)
Sore gums
Nov 24, 2011
... how do you toughen up gums two months after extractions of all teeth. I'm still at a point where I can only eat soups and soft foods and would like to speed up this process if possible... ... (0 replies)
... Massaging your gums will help relieve this but a slightly quicker way to get rid of the bone chips is to "chew" or gum soft bubble gum. ... (6 replies)

... I am going to tough this out for a week or two and see if my gums can toughen up so I can chew without discomfort. It is irritating, but not too bad. ... (13 replies)
... He also said that it would toughen the gums up so that when I do get my teeth they won't make my gums unomfortable. jackie you were right it is a spur but it broke loose and popped up last night. Man did it bleed though. ... (34 replies)
... Sorry that I don't check in more often. I am off home quarentine and I guess I am making up for the past couple of years of not being able to go when and where I wanted. Feels great. ... (289 replies)
... I had 6 implants placed in my upper gums. Give it a few more days. You could be feeling the stitches, which are sort of hard and move around some. Don't you check in with your doctor, within one to two weeks? The doctor would immediately be able to determine if the implant is loose or not. All these sensations will gradually subside, as your gum and bone "toughen up"... (6 replies)
... elieve, and he has to wait until I am released from the maxio surgeon, but still, the opportunity is there. He also lasered the couple of bone spurs that popped up while I was in SC. ... (492 replies)
... up during the first few weeks. Use plenty of dental wax or dental silicone to act as a buffer and ease the pain. In a couple of months, your gums won't be sore anymore because they "toughen up. ... (16 replies)
... Your gums and bones in your mouth will be changing forever basically. The changes in the beginning are far greater than later in life. ... (492 replies)
... hopefully my gums will feel better tomorrow. ... (61 replies)
... at you describe is normal, as a matter of fact, better than most new denture wearers if those are your only concerns so far. It sounds like the swelling in your gums is going down. That's why the dentures are starting to feel loose. ... (61 replies)
... your new dentures I am a little surprised that food is getting under them so easily. After going the traditional route to get dentures they should fit over the gums well enough to keep all but the smallest food particles out. If they aren't fitting well you should tell your dentist. ... (3 replies)
Receding gums
Jul 19, 2001
... Your gums do shrink some as you get older. But you can rebuild your gums up to a certain extent. Your gums can actually grow as long as they get good circulation. Peridontal disease can act and consume tissue to the point where you need surgery to rebuild your gums. ... (7 replies)
... I think that a Water Pick would do you some good. It applies pressure and helps to toughen up your gums. ... (4 replies)
... Besides that, what about that so called pill that makes you all relaxed and calm? That is BS I heard too. Just why can't you just have teeth that magically fix themselves with no needles or anything. Why isn't there that electric tooth brush or tooth paste that wull PREVENT tooth bad stuff to happen in the first place. (30 replies)
... Sorry but nope. Not doing it no matter what you say so there. I am NOT getting shot in the mouth even if it was ONCE and it made my whole face numb and I didn't feel NOTHING. I would NEVER do it period. I honestly don't see the point in this deep cleaning scaling crap. Whats the point? You get it done, your teeth are MAGICALLY clean for a short while, BEFORE getting all... (30 replies)
... my two cents since I have a great fear of dentists, and a low pain tolerance. There seems to be several kinds of "deep cleanings" now, but the one where they go up under your gums is also called "scaling. ... (30 replies)
... I have been told to, brush the socket to toughen it up, use toothpaste for sensitive teeth, and see if it goes away on its own. ... (36 replies)

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