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Question:
Partial Pain: I have only had my partials for 2 days and they have given my gums so much pain.

I am unable to put them in. I can still feel the soreness from the partial.

I have not felt pain like this before. Please help. These are steelplate partials ... Visitor from CA

Answer:
If you have had recent extractions your gum tissues may be overly sensitive to stimulation. This type of discomfort will eventually disappear.

If you have not had any recent extractions then there may be a design flaw of the partial. If your dentist is unable to correct the fitting, get a consult with a Prosthodonist.

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