Complete dentures are full-mouth teeth replacements designed for edentulous people. Complete dentures help people who have lost all their teeth due to trauma or poor oral hygiene, giving them better chewing abilities in addition to a more appealing appearance.
Many patients experience difficulty wearing conventional dentures because of poor stability and decreased chewing function. The use of dental implants to improve the stability and retention of dentures is becoming very popular.
One of the most complex joints in the body, the temporomandibular joints (TMJ), more commonly referred to as the “jaw joint”, anchor the lower jawbone to the skull and assist in the basic opening and closing movements of the jaw.
The disorder is used to describe a number of ailments associated with the TMJ’s. Although medical science has not yet isolated the cause of TMD, it has been associated with grinding and clenching of teeth, as a side effect of surgery, arthritis and psychological effects