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You had a contract with the dentist to provide dentures that work and fit. If they are refusing to make them fit or work, then you have a claim against them for not only breach of contract but also potentially dental malpractice (you need to go to another dentist to inspect the work done to determine what is specifically wrong with the dentures they made and determine why they are not fitting properly). However, if the dentist refuses to correct the problems with the dentures they provided, then your next step I am afraid is filing suit in court for breach of contract (and malpractice if you get another dentist to agree his work was improper) and you can do so in small claims court without an attorney to seek to recover the money you spent for improperly fitting and non-working dentures.