Girlfriend denture dating
You don't have to talk about kissing to embarrass him. I'd probably do it in a joking or lighthearted manner, but that's just how I am.
However you do it, he'll probably be relieved to get it out in the open.
I think he feels a bit embarrassed by it and I DO NOT want to hurt his sense of confidence. From the first time we french-kissed I could tell he had them.
We are very close now and also were 40 years ago when we were young. Is it possible that he may need a better or new denture to make it more stable?
You can mention this issue to him from the point of his dental health or chewing food.Since you are obviously aware of the possible embarrassment he might feel, I am sure you will be sensitive and understanding to his feelings.You could mention how you like how clean and nice his breath is, how you love kissing him, and how much you love his smile, to start the conversation off (if those are all true)... I think there will come the day when he will do it or he won't be able to hide it any more. You don't need to tell him you know and that it doesn't make any difference to you. That is the best way for him to know that he is being accepted, for he may think that through your words you are just trying to sound pleasant.I would not let it go too long, so if he does have any protection up, he can get rid of that concern as soon as possible.Without knowing either of you, I cannot think of the exact words to use, but I am sure you have some that would work fine.
Wearing dentures can take a bit of practice, especially when it comes to inserting them and taking them out.