Ask a Question [si-contact-form form=’1′] Comments « Older Comments Karen January 6, 2012 Please I need help with denture wearing. I have spoken to everyone about this, and read everything I can still no luck. I am 36 years of age I have been wearing full dentures (top, bottom) for roughly 4 years do to Periodontal disease. From the beginning I have had so much saliva my teeth fall from the top, and float up from the bottom. Then I start gagging, and have no choice but to take them out. I have tried gluing them in, and it makes hurling from saliva so much easier. So I dont have to worry about spitting them out. I have had 3 different sets made all the same. I have been told I just have to get used to wearing them from 4 different dentist. I can not afford to have another set made. I need help. I was told about implants but they back that up with my gum ridge is so small and may not be able to get them. Please do you have any opinions to take to my dentist to try. I was also told soft liners maybe an option. I had soft liners when I started wearing dentures and it got way to expensive. Now I dont know where to turn for help. Varun January 6, 2012 Hi KAren, sorry to hear your plight from the past few years due to dentures. There are many reasons for Hyper salivation and having a denture is one of the min ones as the body feels the Denture to be foreign body and as a response leads to Hypersalivation. There are certain drugs which have been used in such cases to decrease saliva production – There is a certain class of drugs – Antimuscarinic agents which reduce saliva secretions such as – Amitriptyline, benzatropine, atropine, trihexyphenidyl hydrochloride, hyoscine hydrobromide (Note: These drugs should be taken under Doctor supervision only. Other medications such as Beta -Blockers can help in decreasing Saliva production. Botulinum Toxin A is also known to decrease saliva production on injecting the solution into the Salivary Glands. Other medications such as 1% atropine solution sublingually twice daily has also helped in decreasing sublingual glands hypersalivation. These drugs help in decreasing the amount of saliva being produced and can solve your problem. B K CHAKRAVARTHI January 6, 2012 Hi sir, This is kalyanchakravarthi, i have 35day old baby boy his have teeths sir, this is possible in this age and any problem with is …pls give ur suggestions sir Varun January 6, 2012 There are two types of Teeth at this age – Natal Teeth: teeth which are present from birth and the other one is Neonatal Teeth: Teeth which erupt within 30 days of birth. Most commonly these teeth tend to make it difficult for feeding the baby and might lead to ulcers. If that is the case it is better to get them removed. If there is no problem to the baby and the mother while feeding in some cases we can leave them as they are. « Older Comments Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Name (required) Email (required) Website Notify me of new posts by email.