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Precision Dentures

The simplest way to get back your livelihood and boost your confidence.

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  • Initial consultation is FREE
  • Aesthetic precision dentures custom-made to optimize comfort and confidence
  • Supported by a professional dental team founded since 2003
  • World class clinic located in the heart of downtown Montreal, at Scotiabank tower

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Denture Clinical Steps.

The precision dentures are custom made in reference to your mouth but also to the way your muscles move and to your face.  In the fabrication process, they are mounted using an articulator that mimic closely the natural movements of the mouth.  The end result is a dental prosthesis which fits precisely and comfortably almost by magic.

CONSULTATION: Initial consultation with a denturist. Elaboration of the treatment plan and estimate of all the costs.

FINANCES: Estimated treatment plan submitted to your insurance company. Credit application for finance if desired. FLEXIBLE payment plan UP TO 60 MONTHS with approved credit.

PRIMARY REGISTRATIONS: Impression taken of both jaws in order to manufacture an individualized and specific to your month molds for the precision impressions.

Based on primary records, custom molds are made and enable the recording of high precision impressions of your month.

Trial and adjustment of the primary prosthesis with all the artificial teeth mounted.

Adjustment in relation to the function, appearance and aesthetics of the overall face. The main goal is to achieve of aesthetics and comfort for both the mastication and the speech.

Submission of final prostheses

Adjustment in the mouth

Hygiene instructions

Adjustment and polishing

About Mdex.

Mdex is a world class clinic located in the heart of downtown Montreal at the Scotia Tower.

We take pride in giving our patients the smile they deserve since 2003.

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The bone and gums react to the constant pressure exerted by the prosthesis and decrease in height over time. Concretely, stability and retention of the denture decrease with age, not to mention tooth wear.

On average, a dental prosthesis average life of 4 to 5 years . After 3 years, a remolding of the prosthesis (relining) is advisable to fit the reversal of soft tissue. Rebasing allows a renewed comfort and a better life of the prosthesis. After 5 years, making a new prosthesis is justified by normal wear of the teeth and resorption of the supporting tissues.

With the natural resorption, a space is created between the prosthesis and the supporting bone. The prosthesis , less appropriate, move more during chewing , putting increased pressure (leverage) and unbalanced on the bone. Therefore, a ACCELERATION bone RESORPTION and an INCREASE of the instability of the prosthesis is observed. The discomfort , lack of retention and pain are avoided, not to mention irreversible bone loss.

Without the replacement of the prosthesis, the relining allows to fill the space left by the bone resorption and to stabilize the short-term prosthesis. Relining can be a solution for 1 or 2 years.

The advantage of the alloy prosthetics and acrylic is SLIMMING the room while allowing a better molding of soft tissue. More COMFORTABLE and especially more retentive , prostheses are more RESISTANT wear. Another advantage is precision prostheses being stronger, the palace can be covered in whole or in part to leave a FEELING BETTER in taste (unlike acrylic dentures).

The advantage of acrylic prostheses compared to alloy prostheses lies in the EASILITY of their repair and adjustment and mainly in their COST. Acrylic prostheses are less expensive than hybrid prostheses. In cases where stability requires it, dentures with alloy are necessary to improve comfort and retention. It is during the initial examination our denturists make a decision with you on the type of prosthesis for a situation adapted to your needs and priorities. In the end, whatever your choice, comfort and confidence should be to your satisfaction.

The mouth is the medium with the highest bacterial concentration in the body. Leaving a permanently stagnant moist environment encourages the growth of bacteria and fungi. Removing and cleaning your dentures at night keeps you away from infections and unnecessary complications.

After each meal, brush the denture with a gel, a no-abrasive paste, or just a mild soap. Please note, a stiff brush or abrasive pastes can cause loss of luster artificial teeth and premature wear of the acrylic. Rinse the prosthesis before handing in the mouth to remove any residue from cleaning products.

Polishing by a professional is possible in order to give your prosthesis back its lustre and shine. With polishing, stubborn stains disappear. Inexpensive ($55) and fast, polishing is recommended twice a year.

In addition to polishing, denturist checks for wear and fit of the prosthesis in the mouth. The prosthesis wears, but the gums and bones are also changing . Having a well-suited prosthesis ensures comfort and health. If necessary, a reline procedure is possible to readjust the prosthesis.

In advanced cases of bone resorption, prosthetic implants are the best and sometimes the only viable alternatives to restore chewing and comfort. The palace is left entirely free. Mastication, phonation , confidence and comfort are undeniable advantages of dentures on implants. It is the ideal solution to go back in time. Rediscover the pleasure of eating , it’s rejuvenating!

In general, the insurance pay out a percentage of the cost of dentures (50% to 90%) once in 5 years. To avoid surprises, an assessment will be submitted to your insurance after the initial consultation, which will give you a written confirmation before the start of proceedings.

Yes. On approved credit, flexible financing plans are available. The duration can be extended up to 60 months for precision prostheses and 120 months for dentures on implants (including the cost of implant surgery).

Yes. A non- refundable tax credit is applicable when making your precision dentures. The amount of credit will depend on several factors including your annual income and current tax laws.