Partials & Dentures
Complete dentures are an option for patients that are not candidates for implant-based alternatives. Featuring high-performance materials and a range of denture teeth options, complete dentures offer a functional alternative that is both esthetic and durable. Also referred to as a “removable” that replaces a group of natural teeth and may include the surrounding tissue.
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This is a specific type of removable partial made from a nylon material that is a metal free, very flexible, lightweight, and strong. With exceptional strength, the Valplast Flexible Partial is a comfortable option. This tissue colored flexible framework offers superior esthetics over visible metal clasps. This flexible partial has excellent esthetics, and patient satisfaction is high.
CAD/CAM Flexible Partials – Visiclear/Duraflex CAD
This is a specific type of removable partial contains advanced thermoplastic for making translucent, flexible partial dentures. VisiClear delivers improved esthetics, stain-resistance, and ease of use compared to conventionally processed competing nylon flexible materials.
DuraFlex’s advanced thermoplastic has a semi-crystalline polymer structure, making it both strong and hygienic. It is clinically unbreakable and more durable than acrylic.
Metal framework partials are produced on a precision-cast, metal frame with hard chrome/cobalt alloy, which allows the framework to be very thin, thus comfortable and extremely strong.
Screw-Retained Fixed Hybrid Dentures
The screw-retained fixed hybrid denture — used for endentulous patients as a replacement for removable prosteheses — provides maximum prostethic stability & function. It securely attaches to four or more dental implants via a titanium framework. It’s also CAD/CAM-milled for the most precise fit.
Sometimes referred to as an “overdenture” that is supported by and attached to implants. A regular denture rests on the gums and is not supported by implants. A locator denture provides a patient with a more stable denture that can be easily removed for cleaning and maintenance.