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Mandibular Suction-effective Complete Dentures Combined with BPS

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Dr.Jiro Abe

Jan 29, 2024

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    Summary

    Dr. Jiro Abe is giving his lecture about Mandibular Suction-Effective Complete Denture (SEMCD) combined with BPS Biofunctional Prosthetic System (BPS) by Ivoclar Vivadent Inc.


    Part 1
    Dr. Abe explains “The Suction Mechanism of Mandibular Complete Denture” covering key points of both Maxillary and Mandibular Complete Denture seals and closures.


    Part 2
    Dr. Abe explains about “Overcoming difficulties in achieving mandibular denture suction through intraoral examination” Dr explains about why he selected BPS from among many other approaches, and he explains SEMCD intraoral examination sheets, and how to determine suction success rate forecast during examination, and lastly he covers advanced techniques for overcoming difficulties in achieving mandibular suction.

    By watching this lecture, you will learn the key concepts of Dr. Abe's SEMCD suction dentures and how to practically use them in your practice starting tomorrow.

    Course Curriculum

    Part 1.1: The Suction Mechanism of Mandibular Complete Denture
    ・What are the complaints that the patient have for Complete Denture
    ・What is suction denture and success rate of SEMCD
    ・Why are conventional dentures unable to achieve suction?
    ・What is the absolute requirement of a complete denture suction?
    ・What's the Principle of Suction 
    ・Why is it difficult to create the suction denture in mandible 


    Part 1.2: Maxillary Complete Denture
    ・The Interior Exterior Doubled Closure
    ・The Close Contact Closure


    Part 1.3: Mandibular Complete Denture
    ・The Seal of the Labial and Buccal region
    ・The Seal at the sublingual fold 
    ・The Seal at the retromylohyoid fossa:
    -How to perform Compensatory Closure at the retromylohyoid fossa
    ・The Posterior end seal around retromolar pad
    -Close Contact closure with the interior side of the denture and the retromolar pad tissue
    -Exterior closure over the denture base by close contact
    with the tongue side wall and the buccal mucosa on the Retromolar pad.


    Part 2: Overcoming difficulties in achieving mandibular denture suction through intraoral examination
    Part 2.1 Why did I select BPS from among many ways?
    Part 2.2 Intraoral examination for SEMCDs
    Part 2.3 Advanced techniques overcoming difficulties in achieving mandibular suction

    ・Advanced impression technique for suction
    ・Therapeutic denture
    ・Two-implant-supported overdenture




    00:07〜
    Part 1.2 Maxillary Complete Denture, Part 1.3 Mandibular Complete Denture
    In this module, Dr. Jiro Abe explains:
    ・Maxillary complete denture: The Interior/Exterior Doubled Closure
    ・Maxillary complete denture: The Close Contact Closure
    ・Mandibular complete denture: The Seal of the Labial & Buccal Region
    ・Mandibular complete denture: The Sealing of the Lingual Area
    ・Seal at the sublingual fold (Sublingual sponge tissue)
    ・Seal at the retromylohyoid fossa
    ・Closed-mouth impression technique
    ・Classification of the retracted tongue position
    ・Achievement of the complete sublingual border seal
    ・How to do Compensatory Closure at the retromylohyoid fossa and more

    12:17〜
    Part 1.3 Mandibular Complete Denture, The Posterior End Seal Around the Retromolar Pad Section 1: Close contact closure with the interior side of the denture and the retromolar pad tissue.
    In this module, Dr. Jiro Abe explains:
    ・Frame Cut Back Tray (Take an impression with the retromolar pad resting position)
    ・Closed-mouth impression using Frame Cut Back Tray
    ・Comparison of two preliminary impression techniques (Pressure-loaded method & Least pressure-loaded method)

    24:25〜
    Part 1.3 Mandibular Complete Denture, The Posterior End Seal Around the Retromolar Pad Section 2: Exterior closure over the denture base
    In this module, Dr. Jiro Abe explains:
    ・BTC point (Buccal mucosa - Tongue-side wall - Contact Point)
    ・How is the BTC point created an essential feature?
    ・Observation of the BTC point with MRI
    ・Measuring experiment to pull the suction denture base.
    ・Difference between conventional dentures and suction dentures?
    ・Definition of SEMCD and Suction effectiveness


    39:19〜
    Part 2 Overcoming difficulties in achieving mandibular denture suction through intraoral examination
    Part 2.1 Why did I select BPS from among many ways?
    In this module, Dr. Jiro Abe explains:
    Question: What is the most important factor in obtaining patient satisfaction? Accurate reproduction of jaw relationship? To obtain Lower denture stability and retention?
    BPS in 4 steps:
    Step 1: Preliminary impression Centric tray
    Step 2: Precision Impression Gnathometer M (UTF)
    Step 3: Tooth set-up Wax denture Try-in
    Step 4: IvoBase system Ivocap Polymerization


    54:14〜
    Part 2 Overcoming difficulties in achieving mandibular denture suction through intraoral examination
    Part 2.2 Intraoral Examination for SEMCDs
    In this module, Dr. Jiro Abe explains:
    Anatomical Risk Factors:
    ・Severe alveolar bone resorption
    ・Poor quality of sublingual spongy tissue
    ・Inadequate space in the retromylohyoid fossa
    ・Poor shape of the retromolar pad
    ・Strong tongue retraction during mouth opening
    Intermaxillary Risk Factors:
    ・Jaw relationship (Type 1, 2, 3)
    ・Large discrepancy between the habitual jaw position and the true one
    ・TMJ Dysfunction
    Intraoral examination for SEMCDs details, how to determine suction success rate forecast during examination
    1.Extent of alveolar ridge resorption
    2.Sublingual Spongy Tissue
    3.Space in the retromylohyoid fossa
    4.Shape of the Retromolar Pad


    1:07:56〜
    Part 2 Overcoming difficulties in achieving mandibular denture suction through intraoral examination
    Part 2.2: Intraoral Examination for SEMCDs details
    Part 2.3:Advanced impression procedure for difficult cases:
    In this module, Dr. Jiro Abe explains
    How to determine suction success rate forecast during examination and advanced impression procedure for difficult cases
    5.Tongue Retraction

    Part 2.3 Advanced impression procedure for difficult cases:

    ・Severely resorbed ridge with genial tubercle
    ・Strong tongue retraction
    ・Irregular shape of the retromolar pad on mouth opening
    ・Two special border-molding techniques and a special sublingual seal.
    ・Monophase material for border molding.
    ・How is sufficient lip support created?
    ・How to achieve accurate reproduction of the impression through digital technology?
    ・Precision milling of industrial resin.


    1:24:56〜
    Part 2:Overcoming difficulties in achieving mandibular denture suction through intraoral examination
    Part 2.3 Advanced impression procedure for difficult cases, Therapeutic denture and Two-implant-supported overdenture

    In this module, Dr. Jiro Abe explains
    Intermaxillary Risk Factors:
    ・Jaw relationship
    ・Large discrepancy between the habitual jaw position and the true position.
    ・TMJ (Temporomandibular joint) Dysfunction
    ・Therapeutic denture
    ・Two-implant-supported overdenture
    ・Conclusion and Reward

    Dr. Jiro Abe's books are available online on their respective websites. You can find his books at the following URL
    Note: Doctorbook Global Academy is not responsible for any sales related to following books and purchase shall be made on their respective websites.


    1.Mandibular Suction-Effective Denture “The Professional,,
    https://www.quintessence-publishing.com/usa/en/author/807916/abe-jiro
    https://www.quint-j.co.jp/shigakusyocom/html/products/detail.php?product_id=3752

    2. E-book:
    https://www.amazon.co.jp/-/en/Jiro-Abe-ebook/dp/B09B6SLD4V 

    $150.00

    Mandibular Suction-effective Complete Dentures Combined with BPS

    Mandibular Suction-effective Complete Dentures Combined with BPS

    Watch Full Course Pay-per-view (2 hours)

    Dr.Jiro Abe

    Jan 29, 2024