Imagine it with me, just the sensation of more teeth.
First, if you have a tongue and teeth in your own mouth, run your tongue across your teeth.
Smooth, firm, bone-like structures that form a wall between your lips and the inside of your mouth. Perhaps they are jagged, or have caps or fillings, or bits of food stuck between them.
Perhaps they are misaligned, or you're missing a few, or you've got braces, plates, false teeth. It matters not.
What matters is that you are getting a new one. Find a place, a place on the floor of your mouth, maybe a place where a tooth is missing, maybe a place where teeth never were.
Do you remember the feel of your other teeth? The feel of the ones you probably lost as a child? Imagine that feeling, the feeling of a loose tooth resting at your place on the floor of your mouth.
Imagine that tooth right-way-up, imagine it connecting to you. Imagine that nerves are forming there, that your soft, fleshy gum has accepted it.
Run your tongue over this new toot