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Dentures are full-mouth false teeth,
which are used in old age (or after an accident in which
the users' real teeth have all been knocked out) and also,
when your teeth go bad because of certain ailments, to
allow for a normal appearance and aid in chewing.
Problems with dentures include the fact
that they often don't 'feel right' in the wearer's mouth
and that they have a tendency to move around, thus requiring
denture adhesive to hold them in place.