I am having a hard time explaining to my dentis that they are too wide for my mouth and my bite is not right, he gets very frustrated and says he has made hundreds of dentures and and knows wht he is doing, problem is my top teeth are set further in than an original partial i have and the bottem denture is in further than that, my top denture is too long and rubs on the bottm which is flattening the top of the bottom plate and i can chewat the side of the mouth in the front mostly, i have been back every week since an 4th and he een mae another pair whichis not as wide, and he also relined the bottom but tey still don't work correctly and they sure look bigger than before and show alot of pink, last visit he wanted to give my money back told me to go somewhere else, what is my next visit goig to be like.
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