BMDC offers various types of dentures to satisfy each patient's specific requirements. BMDC in close consultation with you will determine what those requirements are and how to meet them. Our state-of-the-art dentures are able to restore your smile as well as be compatible with the sensitive tissues of your mouth.
We consider many factors in order to fabricate a comfortable denture for you. Some of them are:
The condition of the tissues in the mouth
The condition of the bone structure in the mouth
The shape and size of hard and soft tissues of mouth
In constructing your dentures we use only the finest materials and latest techniques. We take the time necessary to achieve the best possible results.
The construction procedures are critical in creating functional dentures. These procedures are never compromised.
The minimum procedures we offer to create your dentures are:
Bite registration (inter-arch tracing or advanced face-bow registration)
For the above procedures it is common for our clients to visit the office between five to seven times.
Types of Dentures
Relining and Rebasing
The term halitosis means foul or bad breath.
Everybody has bad breath from time to time, especially first thing in the morning. You may have bad breath when you are hungry, when you are dieting, or after eating foods with a strong odor, such as garlic, onions, or pastrami.
Causes of Bad Breath:
Transient bad breath is a very common temporary condition caused by things as oral dryness, stress, hunger, eating certain foods such as garlic and onions, smoking, or poor oral hygiene. Morning breath is a common example of transient bad breath. Transient bad breath gradually disappears on its own, with the aid of chewing gum or brushing one's teeth.
Chronic bad breath is a more serious and persistent condition affecting up to 25% of the population in varying degrees. It can negatively impact the individual's personal and business relationships, leading to poor self-esteem and increased stress. This condition is usually caused by persistent overpopulation of certain types of oral bacteria, primarily streptococcus mutans, and requires specialized treatment.
Many things can cause bad breath. A major cause is decreased saliva. Saliva has a cleaning action that helps reduce or eliminate bad breath. When saliva decreases, bacteria can grow, causing bad breath.
Bad breath caused by a decrease in saliva may be especially noticeable:
When you are dehydrated. When you become dehydrated, you do not produce as much saliva. The reduced cleaning action of the saliva allows bacteria to grow, causing bad breath.
Diseases that affect the salivary glands.
When you are taking certain medicines.<