Denture or Partial denture
Dentures fill the gaps created by lost teeth, and also help the facial and jaw muscles to work properly so that you can eat, speak and smile normally.
Dentures are made out of a plastic base that supports fabricated teeth. The base is shaded to match the natural color of your gum tissue, and the teeth are usually made of porcelain or plastic. Dentures are made to match the structure and form of your individual mouth, and will help maintain the look and structural integrity your face.
A partial denture covers only part of your mouth. It stays in place with clasps that secure to your adjacent natural teeth. Partials are usually recommended when one or more of your natural, healthy teeth are still in the mouth. Dental Associates dentists try to keep as many teeth as possible in your mouth, because the more natural teeth, the greater the integrity of your jawbone.
Valplast is a flexible, nylon thermoplastic that is thinner and more translucent than traditional partials. Doctors appreciate the minimal prep, easy insertion and long term strength. Patients love Valplast’s metal-free comfort and natural appearance.
Comfort: thin, lightweight and flexible
Esthetic and biocompatible
No tissue or tooth prep
More durable than acrylic
Will not stain or absorb odor
Any traditional partial application
Presence of tori
The TCS Unbreakable RPDs are thin, flexible, lightweight, and extremely comfortable. Doctors and patients enjoy the unparalleled simplicity, comfort and aesthetics. Acrylic denture bases are hard and they can break. In addition, partials that contain metal clasps can be unsightly, causing many patients to feel self-conscious about the way they look. Partials utilizing cast clasps are becoming increasingly undesirable to patients who want to limit the amount of metal in their mouth.