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Q: I am an 86-year-old lady and I have a question not of importance, but curiosity.
When I was 21 years old, I had all my teeth pulled. New ones were not put in immediately. I still have the same dentures. That makes them 65 years old. This was done in Rhode Island. I’ve never used any kind of stuff to hold them in. They are thin in the roof part and bottom teeth are worn down some. I eat anything. My question is: Have you ever met anyone else who has had dentures that long, still in “fine” working condition?
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