I went through the procedure of getting full uppers and partials on the bottom in January. I have been feeling sick, and have been to the doctors twice for antibiotics. Now I feel more toxic, like a bad taste in my mouth, my eyes burn and my nose burns after blowing it. Even my stomach is starting to hurt after eating. I thought maybe it could be my dentures. So, I took them out and stopped wearing them for a few days, and the bad taste started to go away along with the headaches. Can anyone tell me what I can do about this? I paid alot of money for these teeth. My email is chammer @ kaycee.net
In my 20+ years of practice, I have not seen one like your presentation. However, I almost never use chair-side relining material.Lab processed denture is highly unlikely to release monomer which is probably associated with your problem. I assume your denture is chair side relined. If the denture is not chair side relined, I would speculate the problem comes from occlusion.
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