Suction Lower Dentures or SEMCD
Many people suffer from missing all of their lower teeth. Unfortunately, only 5% of those suffering can afford the costs associated with implant denture treatment which has been previously deemed the only solution for successfully replacing completely missing lower dentition.
Dr. Jiro Abe – a prosthodontist in Japan has developed a revolutionary new technique to achieve suction on lower dentures known as Suction Effective Mandibular Complete Dentures or SEMCD.
SEMCD – How does it work
- Revolutionary new impression technique
- New tooth positioning to work in harmony with your muscles
- High definition impression materials
- Special bio functional teeth
- Low distortion injected acrylic
- Special bite registration device
- Adjustable articulator to simulate your jaw movements
- Special contouring and shaping of the denture base to work in harmony with your chewing, speaking, and tongue muscles
Am I a Candidate for SEMCD?
80% of people missing all lower teeth are candidates. In those 20% of cases when we are not able to attain suction, patients will still benefit greatly from the new Biofunctional Prosthetic System (BPS) protocol to improve the fit of their dentures. BPS System allows patients to receive a very comfortable set of dentures in four quick appointments. The style and construction of the dentures works in harmony with your muscle and jaw movements. These dentures fit more precisely and look much more realistic than conventional dentures. Call us to set up a complimentary consultation to discuss what option is right for you.
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Suction Denture FAQs
Do lower suction dentures need adhesive to stay in place?
How long do lower suction dentures last?
Can food get under lower suction dentures?
Are lower suction dentures comfortable?
Who is a good candidate for lower suction dentures?
The only thing that would disqualify a patient for lower suction dentures is if they have recently had any teeth extracted from their lower jaw. These patients need to give their gums time to heal, and the force of the suction from the dentures can cause the recently formed wounds to open up, causing bleeding, increased risk of infection, and improper healing. Once their dentist or denturist determines that the patient’s gums have fully healed, they will become eligible for lower suction dentures again.
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Though we specialize in dentures and implants, we also address your overall oral health and well-being.
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