Hi, I need some information in regards to the materials that are safest to use for dentures. I have talked to the dentist and told them about methylmethacrylate and polyurethane. They told me they normally make their dentures from composite resin, which as I read in Dr. Clark's book is composed of at least 10 materials, of which at least one is harmful. Is there any other materials that are safe than can be used to make the dentures. I need some detailed info. please. This is all very foreign to me and I need to make sure they do the right thing.

Also, my father has COPD…

  • Coronary Heart Disease
  • Osteosporosis
  • Oclusion and Stenosis 
  • Carotid Artery w/out Cerebral Infraction
  • Pulmonary Coin Lession
  • Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm
  • Osteoarthro NOS-OTH Site
  • Polymyalgia

Is there something else I can do for him to help him at least with the COPD?

He is doing much better now because of the 21 Day Program.

He is coughing much less and his lungs sound much clearer, but he hasn't gained any weight and I know it's because of the Emphysema.

Thank you for your help.

"JM"

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