- Full dentures are replacement teeth that are fitted into an acrylic base that is crafted to look like your gums. An upper denture features a plate, which covers the roof of your mouth, while the lower denture is horseshoe-shaped and rests securely on the gum and bone tissues.
- You may be surprised by just how natural your dentures can look. Denture technology has advanced considerably.
- Do you have concerns about making the switch to full dentures? That’s okay. We encourage you to talk openly about your concerns and questions with your dentist. When you’re a patient of Best Dental Care, you have the support of the entire team.
Flexible Partial Dentures
Valplast Flexible Partial Dentures
A cast thermo plastic denture that is thin, lightweight, and flexible with invisible clasps that surround the natural teeth. Flexible partials are a quality premium product that offer the benefits of superior esthetics, comfort, function and bio-compatibility.
ESTHETIC - the translucent material blends naturally with the tissue tone and replaces clasps
COMFORTABLE - thin, lightweight and resilient with precision fit and retention
BIO-COMPATIBLE - non-allergenic, monomer and formaldehyde free
FUNCTIONAL - flexible to create a stress-breaker effect, with no minor or major connectors to collect food or affect speech
Common denture repairs include:
A resurfacing of the side of your denture that’s in contact with soft tissues in your mouth to make it fit more securely.
When the pink acrylic of your denture, which holds your teeth in place, is completely remade. Your replacement teeth are placed in a new base.
If you get a sore spot (due to your denture rubbing against your gums or mouth tissues), our team can make denture adjustments to relieve your discomfort.
Simplifying the denture process.Take the next steps along your denture journey.
To start the process, your Doctor makes a model of your mouth. This may involve pre-sized trays, or for replacement full dentures, the doctor may choose your existing dentures as a custom fitted tray.
The Doctor will ask you to bite into wax blocks and take measurements so that your new teeth are placed correctly in the denture. This makes certain your jaw will function as it always has with your new teeth.
This is a preview of your new teeth set in wax, before final processing of your denture. Your Doctor will ensure the proper function of the denture, and together you will check that the size, shape, and position of the teeth look natural to you.
If extractions are needed, a complete or partial denture will be placed in your mouth the same day your natural teeth are removed.