Colorado dentists develops DNA specific dentures: 4 highlights


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Patrick Ford, DDS, founder of DNA Dentures in Grand Junction, Colo., is offering patients DNA-specific dentures, according to NBC 11 News.

Here are four highlights:

1. Dr. Ford designed the dentures to eliminate the pain and unnatural look of traditional dentures.

2. Dr. Ford came up with the idea 10 years ago.

3. First dentists take a mold of the patient's mouth. The mold is sent over to a dental technician. From there, Dr. Ford uses a combination of measurements and molds to crack the DNA code and finalize the dentures.

4. Dr. Ford notes the dentures are typically free to his Medicaid patients.

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