Most likely, yes, it will. Although, it depends on what you love to eat. Changing your diet should not be difficult. You should be eating healthy, or at least eating less healthy foods, in moderation. If you love sticky candy and eat it every day, you probably will need to stop doing that, not only for the health of your mouth, but for your overall health. It is common sense to know that dentures are affixed to your gums by way of a dental adhesive. This adhesive is a good bonding agent that will keep your dentures from falling out or coming loose when eating, but chewing foods that will make them stick together, or even chewing gum, can become quite troublesome. 
 
Dental Adhesives
 
The bonding agents that people use for their dentures are actually quite strong. In the last decade, they have become even stronger, without it being harder to remove. There are a few brands that flood the market with new and innovative denture adhesives that really lead the industry. There are brands that advertise an all-day hold, through meals, snacks, drinks, and everything else. There are some that are more generic, that will hold just fine, but may need to be reapplied during the day, and these products are usually cheaper. finding a good adhesive that works well for you will be easy enough, if you read the labeling and packaging, to determine if it is right for what you want it to do for you. 
 
Foods and Drinks
 
Dentures are fake teeth. But, they act like real teeth, in the same way that they can be damaged from what you eat and drink. The usual foods and drinks that hurt teeth are items like soda, coffee, candy, especially sticky candy, and other recreational items like chewing and smoking tobacco. Your dentures can stain just like real teeth. It is important to clean them every night so they stay clean and white. 
 
Maintaining a healthy oral lifestyle with dentures is basically the same as having real teeth. You must clean your dentures, and brush your mouth out, and rinse with mouthwash. Your diet will come to you naturally as you find that you may have problems with some foods and drinks. 
 
If you have any additional questions for your Oakland general dentist, please call (510) 893-4041.