This clinical report describes the prosthetic rehabilitation of an edentulous patient,who was dissatisfied from her 8-year-old denture. To give her a better fit, we opted Biofunctional Prosthetic System (BPS) for the new prosthesis. BPS is the system designed to work with the body in a biologically harmonious way, maximizing function, and giving comfort and natural appearance to the patient. The functional impression technique and simulation of the jaw movements by the Stratos 200 articulator in BPS ensure that BPS denture meets most exacting requirements.[1]

BPS denture meets the esthetic demand of patients with its unique Ivoclear teeth, which replicate anatomy of the natural tooth Ivoclear teeth are made up of 3 layers of cross-linked acrylic resins that contribute to a life-like appearance and resistance to wearing. BPS system uses a controlled heat/pressure polymerization procedure during which time the exact amount of material flows into the flask to compensate for shrinkage, which ensures a perfect fit. This pressure also optimizes the physical properties of the denture. [2]

A 60-year-old edentulous woman with a chief complaint of compromised function and esthetics was treated in the clinic. Intraoral examination showed resorbed ridges and masticatory dysfunction [Figure 1]. An extraoral examination revealed flattened mandibular plane. She was wearing dentures with attrited teeth and worn out denture base. A significant loss of vertical dimension affected the temporomandibular joint. Hence, a BPS denture was planned to give her a better fitted prosthesis