Dental prosthetics entails a number of negative consequences, including speech defects. In this case, you should not be immediately scared, as this can be eliminated. The teeth are functionally overloaded with clasps, that is, special devices with which the prosthesis is attached in the mouth, which causes this side effect.
Prostheses make life much easier and you shouldn't think that you will have to give them up because of the speech defects that have appeared. Quite often, various side effects occur when the product is incorrectly selected by a specialist or made with some degree of rejection. In this case, a medical professional who has selected an individual device for you will help to eliminate the speech defect.
If the dentures are installed and selected correctly, you can correct the phonetics yourself. At first, you will be unaccustomed to pronouncing individual words or just talking. To fix this, read aloud daily. Pick up an interesting book from the library, sit comfortably in an armchair or sofa, and read loudly, slowly saying word by word. Gradually, your usual speech will be restored. If your dentures click loudly during pronunciation, try to pronounce the words more slowly.
Removable full dentures are usually fixed on the edentulous jaws, so when laughing, coughing, and sometimes even smiling, they move. In this case, make a few swallowing movements with the jaw closed. Over time, you will mechanically hold your dentures in your mouth using the muscles in your cheeks, tongue, and lips.
Do not forget that in the first days after the prosthetics, dentists recommend not to remove the prostheses at all, even if there is pain, redness, swelling and it will be difficult for you to talk. Only after you get used to removable dentures can they be removed before going to bed and put on in the morning. During the night, the tissues and organs of the oral cavity will rest, their normal state will be restored.
If you don’t put it on for a long time after removing the prosthesis, the doctor in case of complaints of any inconvenience will not be able to help you, since all visible manifestations on the mucous membrane will pass, leaving no guidelines for correcting the prostheses. In such a situation, it will not be possible to identify a possible marriage.
Another negative phenomenon of a denture is a violation of self-cleaning of the mucous membrane, which affects the increase in microorganisms in the mouth. In the area of the prosthesis, liquid and food begin to linger, which is an ideal breeding ground for pathogenic bacteria. Therefore, it is necessary to constantly monitor oral hygiene.