Biting your cup or glass while drinking???? does it work???

  • Added:  2 months ago
  • I just figured this out for those of us that like to drink real fast and not waste any time...If you just bite the cup or glass gently and don't go over board with it, it will keep the dentures in place while you guzzle something down and the bottom denture will not float at all either. This is an amazing trick for everyone.
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  • June Amato
    June Amato 7 days ago

    you have such s cool life. I love my kitty to I raised him from a bottle. someone gave him to me, I wasn't sure if he was going to make it. I was up all hours feeding and cleaning up his number 2 because he was so small, taken away from his mother to young or something. but now he's grown up to a young man kitty and he just loves me to death, he thinks I'm his mommy. he sleeps next to me and has to be in the same room as me every minute.

    • Bill Westlund
      Bill Westlund  7 days ago

      yes they really do bond with us and we have to remember that we are considered their partner when they bond and we have to love them as much as they love us. I love both my kitties and all the ones I take care of at the sanctuary as well, but my cat Annie has bonded to me to the point she has to find me no matter where I am inside or out she always want's to be near me.


  • PaulaT.
    PaulaT. Month ago

    Hi Bill, Just wanted to say how much I really appreciate you doing these videos. They have been a tremendous help in knowing what to expect. I am a brand new denture wearer (2 days since full extractions) and this biting the cup technique has helped me a LOT. Keeps the floating lower dentures in place while drinking. Thank you sooooo much!

    • Bill Westlund
      Bill Westlund  Month ago

      I am glad it's working for you. Now over time you will get used to keeping that thing down without having to bite the cup, but for now it's good to know that you can get a drink...


  • Brian Wood
    Brian Wood 2 months ago

    I mean I had my top denture worked on again today and the doc told me to use adhesives for like another 4 weeks or so then gonna put in another soft liner after that might give the densurefit another swing

    • Bill Westlund
      Bill Westlund  2 months ago

      oh right on yea that will probably be best to do what the dentist tells you for now...lol


  • Brian Wood
    Brian Wood 2 months ago

    When will they make densurefit available in stores

    • Bill Westlund
      Bill Westlund  2 months ago

      I really have no idea...There is a lot of government reg's to get thru and red tape to navigate to do anything in this country any more. But I know they are working on it as well as being able to ship out of country.


  • Ann DeVane
    Ann DeVane 2 months ago

    Hi Bill. Just wanted to say I finally got my lower denture replaced. I've had it about a week tomorrow. I've already ate foods I haven't had in months. Fried chicken bit off the bone, salad but can't do grape tomatoes. I love salads and will definitely have more! I struggle with some foods but I'll get there. I don't glue cuz I wanted to learn to eat without glue. Thanks to your tips on eating with dentures I've adjusted well. Thank you!

    • Bill Westlund
      Bill Westlund  2 months ago

      right on that is awesome I love getting good news like this. I think you just made my day....


  • Annette Myers
    Annette Myers 2 months ago

    I think I made the mistake of applying it in early morning when my gums were still a little swollen... bottoms feel great in the morning and loose in the afternoon.. I will try again.. but I want to make sure I have enough primer for top and bottom!!

    • Bill Westlund
      Bill Westlund  2 months ago

      honestly I have not heard anyone talking about what time of day they apply the DenSureFit to the denture. However if you still have half the primer that should be enough to do both dentures I would think, the bottom really won't require much primer at all.


  • Brian Wood
    Brian Wood 2 months ago

    What is the best way to remove adhesive, I fight getting poligrip out of my mouth every night, is there an easier way, I go back tomorrow for them to work on my top denture, I get some extra money I might give den sure fit another whirl, messed it up the first time.

    • Bill Westlund
      Bill Westlund  2 months ago

      best thing I found is to rinse with mouth wash and then brush the roof of the mouth using hot water and soft brush..


  • Demond Dickerson
    Demond Dickerson 2 months ago +1

    that's a good tip bill but I never have that problem but in case I do is good to know I have a solution for it thanks again for all your tips

    • Bill Westlund
      Bill Westlund  2 months ago

      I am always coming up with something....lol


  • Brenda Cooper
    Brenda Cooper 2 months ago

    I have always done this, even with natural teeth. Sorry didn't think of it. Yay for you and sharing.

    • Bill Westlund
      Bill Westlund  2 months ago

      right on. I could never do this with real teeth because I would have broken one...lol


  • Maria *Mia*
    Maria *Mia* 2 months ago +1

    I never thought of that Bill! That's great advice Thank you so much for sharing thisπŸ˜ŠπŸ’•πŸ€—πŸ’–

    • Bill Westlund
      Bill Westlund  2 months ago

      I just hope people find that it works and they won't have so much trouble drinking any more...


  • JoBug Dillon
    JoBug Dillon 2 months ago

    Bill, how long did it take your bottom gums to be "tough enough". I think I am a baby. Haha. Hey we have biting flys here in Iowa.

    • Bill Westlund
      Bill Westlund  2 months ago

      We have biting fly's here as well in fact I have seen them all over the country. It took about five weeks for my gums to get tough enough to eat any thing I wanted, however I pushed myself much harder and faster than most people. In most cases from what I am hearing it can take as long as six months depending on how fast your body heals itself.


  • Annette Myers
    Annette Myers 2 months ago

    I did the same thing and kept my tongue on the bottom of my teeth and I find my glue works much longer.. doesn't have time to get under the denture.. I don't think I applied DenSure Fit correctly on the bottom.... I wish I had more primer I would be more willing to try!! I still love it on the upper denture!! And that's all they promised!!

    • Bill Westlund
      Bill Westlund  2 months ago

      well you do have to remember that it's actually made for the upper. some people have had real good luck using it on the bottom but not every one has had the same result. So it may just not work for you on the bottom at all.


  • Ame3thyst3
    Ame3thyst3 2 months ago

    That works like a charm Bill! Your mind wanders to some of the most helpful places ever! You do like helping people!!
    I think you should patent your brain...lol

    • Ame3thyst3
      Ame3thyst3 2 months ago

      lmao!! Those scientists don't realize the opportunity they are missing!!! You make me laugh Bill.
      Thank you so much for that!! :) Have a great week!


    • Bill Westlund
      Bill Westlund  2 months ago

      I wish I could patent my brain hell I would never have to work again....I offered to leave to Science but they said they already had enough bull shit laying around.....lol


  • Lillian Darling
    Lillian Darling 2 months ago

    That's awesome! I have the same problem when I drink too much water. I drink from a water bottle though but I bit down on the little spout & I'll be darned...it worked! Thanks Bill!!! Yay!!!

    • Bill Westlund
      Bill Westlund  2 months ago

      I always discover these things by accident when I am getting up set or something...lol


  • Susanne Anderson
    Susanne Anderson 2 months ago +1

    Great advice as always, Mr. Bill! :) You are so right about that bottom slipping around. Just a quick share for y'all from my experiences this week(yesterday was 14 weeks since the beginning of my denture journey).

    I just had another soft reline on Tuesday and it made my whole mouth wonky. Bite was wrong, sore spots worse, you name it. I had to go back yesterday to try and get them to undo the screw ups. Of course, this was all due to my lower immediate denture as my top has just been moving right on along with no problems. I had a long talk with my doc about everything and she assured me that my lower issues are pretty typical since so many of us have the same problems. I even mentioned "my denture guru" to her and told her about all of the great advice you've given us all through your journey. She wanted to pass on a compliment to you and to thank you for her other patients as well! Have a great rest of the weekend, Bill. :)

    • Susanne Anderson
      Susanne Anderson 2 months ago

      Will do:)Thanks!


    • Bill Westlund
      Bill Westlund  2 months ago

      That is real nice of you dentist, and yes we all deal with lot's of issues with the bottom until the gum get's tough enough not to get sore any more...Good luck and please keep us informed of how things are going.


  • Shelley Lemmond
    Shelley Lemmond 2 months ago

    I bet that fly ain't got the guts to do that again, hahaha

  • eric moline
    eric moline 2 months ago

    Flys suck!!!! Lol when it gets hot down here in destin fl I call it fly and gnat season

    • Bill Westlund
      Bill Westlund  2 months ago

      yup we have fly season here as well, I think they like being in the house because I never see one outside...lol


  • eric moline
    eric moline 2 months ago

    I do the straw thing with my immediate dentures

    • Bill Westlund
      Bill Westlund  2 months ago

      I never used a straw even with my immediate dentures. always had to drink with a straw when I had bad teeth, if I never use one again it will be too soon...lol


  • Larenzo Luciano
    Larenzo Luciano 2 months ago

    great tip bill

    • Bill Westlund
      Bill Westlund  2 months ago

      just hope it helps others out. it definitely works for me so that is how I will drink from now on for sure...


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