First, make sure you’re wearing a denture that has been fit and made properly. Some of the lower dentures I see are far too big for the lower jaw. When fitting and making lower dentures, I make sure the extensions of the tongue and cheek side are correct to help your denture be as stable as possible. Many of my patients do not use denture adhesive, even with a lot of bone loss on their lower jaw. Upgrading your traditional lower denture to a stabilizer denture or an implant-retained denture are your best options to eliminate movement and sores.