If you suspect that you are having an allergic reaction to your dentist's office, it is important to take action right away. Your dentist should be trained in emergency first aid and, by law, must have epinephrine in their emergency kit. To determine the cause of your reaction, your dentist will need to perform a thorough anamnesis and clinical examination. This may include a puncture test or scratching of the skin.
If you have metal dentures or a metal component in your dentures, this could be causing an allergic reaction. If you don't use adhesive and still experience irritation and a rash, it is likely that your dentures are the cause. You can ask your dentist to exchange them for another set or get tested for metal allergies. When speaking with your allergist, make sure to provide them with all the details and circumstances of your reaction.
They will be able to tell you how the test should be done. From latex allergy to local anesthetic allergy to allergic reactions to bridges and fillings, some people may experience more than they expected when visiting the dentist.