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Hi, thanks for asking your question. I'm curious about whether you were allowed to see and try the new dentures both times in their pre-finished state which is called a "wax try in"? Dr Magida
Without seeing you and the dentures it would be hard to comment about why things might not fit correctly. If you did not like the initial fit of the other 2 dentures, you should have asked for your money back and moved on. Quite honestly it sounds like the best thing to do would be to have a reline to the ones you like. Aside from getting a reline which should fix the looseness, are the teeth themselves in ok condition?
If you are afraid it will get ruined in the process, than leave it alone. You should try to see a denture specialist, called a prosthodontist to get a new set. Explain your past and make sure he/she lets you try things in and you like things before they are finished.
If you won't get the teeth relined and you can't afford new ones, than you might have to use some adhesive to help hold them in place and do the best you can with them.
I hope they can help you. That type of dentist is usually the one who can help when all else fails. Good luck. If you have no more questions would you please rate my answer so I can get credit? Thanks
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