SEMCD - Achieving suction with no implants, no adhesives & no surgery.

SEMCD is an acronym for Suction Effective Mandibular Complete Denture. In simpler terms, it is a lower denture with suction. It is the holy grail of complete dentures.

Denture wearers have long struggled with loose lower dentures that pops out easily, leading to embarrassing moments and painful sores in the mouth. Dr. Jiro Abe of Japan has developed a technique and to create a lower denture that has the suction of an upper denture without the use of implants, adhesives or surgery.

SEMCD will make the denture wearer feel like they are wearing their own teeth. It involves a new design philosophy and high definition technique of capturing a highly accurate impression of your mouth. This is a new revolution in dentures. It is the best fitting denture on the market today.

Under the direct tutelage of Dr. Jiro Abe, Henry Sen has brought the amazing SEMCD technique to Vancouver and is ready to offer it to the patients of King & Knight Denture Clinic.

See the difference between conventional and SEMCD design

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FAQ

Does it work for everyone?

SEMCD will work for 4 out of 5 patients. Patients that fail to achieve suction will still have a superior denture over a regular denture due to its more compact, superior design and use of top of the line materials.

What is SEMCD?

SEMCD is an acronym for Suction Effective Mandibular Complete Denture. It is a lower denture that provides suction, similar to an upper denture.

Is this better than a BPS denture?

SEMCD is the next evolution of the BPS denture. It uses all the material, techniques and equipment employed in the fabrication of a BPS denture, plus the new techniques and philosophies of Dr. Jiro Abe’s SEMCD denture.

How does it work?

SEMCD relies on capturing a highly accurate impression of the surrounding oral tissues of your lower ridge. This involves using the highest quality impression material in a closed-mouth technique to capture the impression with the participation of the patient with various oral movements.

Can I see SEMCD in action?

Is surgery required?

SEMCD does not require surgery, implants or adhesives.