How to kiss?

Since: Apr 12

East Tennessee

#1 Apr 13, 2012
I have recently had my upper teeth pulled and new dentures put on,( 4 days ago) and I am worried about kissing! Is it done the same way as you would without dentures or do I worry about them ending up in my fiancé mouth? It's sounds crazy but I'm actually worried about this, please help!!
steve

Madison, WI

#2 Nov 10, 2012
I would say kissing someone on the cheek or quickly on the lips is fine. I certainly would not recommend deep-kissing or wet-kissing. Denture wearers generally have bad breath. Regular removable dentures are made of a substance that has a tendency to absorb AND retain foul mouth odors. If you engage in french-kissing, your partner may be able to taste your denture, and become extremely turned off sexually. Denture breath is repulsive!!! Removable full dentures are not a natural part of the mouth. Besides absorbing foul mouth odor, odor continually gets trapped under and around the dentures so your breath is never like it would be if you had your own natural healthy teeth. If you use denture adhesive, odor clings to the denture adhesive, also.
Steve

Madison, WI

#3 Mar 22, 2014
Most single people don't realize how wearing false teeth will drastically affect their social lives - especially if they have to use denture adhesive. Denture wearers generally have bad breath. Stink and odor backs up under the upper palate as soon as the upper denture is put in the mouth, and if you eat anything - small food particles and juices from the food cling to the adhesive and get stuck on the adhesive.
Most denture wearers don't even attempt to remove the denture after most meals because the glue and food (juices & residue) stuck all over their mouths is very difficult to remove.
Jamesphllps4

Jackson, MS

#4 Jan 25, 2015
This guy has issues! Wonder what happened in his childhood? Maybe his mom kissed him with false teeth! Lol
Marilyna

Channelview, TX

#5 Jan 26, 2015
Steve is full of CRAP!
My breath is awesome now that my mouth isn't full of rotten teeth. And you kiss just the way you always have and it's just as good for your partner as ever.
Your teeth aren't going to fall out!
Tud

Greensburg, PA

#6 Jan 27, 2015
Marilyna wrote:
Steve is full of CRAP!
My breath is awesome now that my mouth isn't full of rotten teeth. And you kiss just the way you always have and it's just as good for your partner as ever.
Your teeth aren't going to fall out!
I agree on the Steve is full of crap!! That's funny
you hear that on about every thread he posts on!!

IT simply has to be true. I guess if your full of crap
your breath would stink lol..
Laydee

United States

#7 Jan 28, 2015
Tud wrote:
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I agree on the Steve is full of crap!! That's funny
you hear that on about every thread he posts on!!
IT simply has to be true. I guess if your full of crap
your breath would stink lol..
Lol! Yeah. Pretty much. I wash my mouth out with mouthwash after every meal and I soak my dentures everyday. I've never, ever had a complaint about my breath. And I have a very honest 6 year old who would tell me if I stunk. Haha.

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