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What is the best partial Dentures?
[July 23, 2015 – 04:03 pm]
What is the best partial Dentures?

Missing Teeth Thursday September 6, 2007 Dear Dr. Mady: I am missing all of my back teeth on the top and have had a consultation with my dentist about my options for replacement. The implants sounded great but probably unaffordable for me. The removable partial denture seems to be the best option, but I can not stand the thought of the wires showing when I smile. My dentist said these are usually required to help hold the plate in. Is there any other option that may work for me and not completely drain my bank account? Janice in Tecumseh Dear Janice: Missing teeth can be a real…


Free partial Dentures
[July 22, 2015 – 03:47 pm]
Free partial Dentures

Nobody has to know that you re missing teeth! Valplast flexible partial dentures are a comfortable, beautiful and affordable choice. It was long thought that removable partial dentures had to be rigid to be effective. The innovation of the Valplast Flexible Partial allows the restoration to adapt to the constant movement and flexibility in your mouth. This is the underlying thinking behind Valplast s innovative and removable flexible partial denture. The flexibility, combined with strength and light weight, provides total comfort and great looks! Valplast partials are custom-fabricated…

Cleaning partial dentures
[July 16, 2015 – 02:29 pm]
Cleaning partial dentures

When these cleaning methods are not sufficient to remove deposits, a professional cleaning of your dentures by a dental professional is recommended. Most dental professionals recommend you rinse your dentures after every meal, and some may even advise brushing them after each meal. Rinsing helps keep plaque buildup to a minimum and makes it easier to clean them brushing them in the evening. Remember that periodic oral check-ups are recommended even if you no longer have any natural teeth. Consult your dental professional whenever you experience oral discomfort, notice the appearance…

Immediate partial dentures
[July 15, 2015 – 02:21 pm]
Immediate partial dentures

A full denture is a removable appliance replacing all of the natural teeth and the associated tissues and is supported by the gums. As the name implies, a full denture can replace either an upper or lower arch or both arches. A full denture comprises of an acrylic base and acrylic or composite denture teeth. For patients with a history of breaking full dentures a metal palate or plate can be inserted into the denture for extra strength. Full dentures can also be retained by implants for better stability and function. Your dental prosthetist will recommend the option that best…

Photos of partial dentures
[July 13, 2015 – 01:51 pm]
Photos of partial dentures

You and your patients will love DuraFlex™ Valplast® and tcs® flexible partials. Each thermoplastic appliance is indicated for use as a removable full or partial denture in place of traditional acrylic or saddles on cast-metal partials. Biocompatible Valplast removable partial dentures offer unique physical and esthetic properties. Available to dental professionals worldwide since 1953, the Valplast appliance provides lifelike esthetics, flawlessly blending with the patient s natural tissue and surrounding dentition. The Valplast injection process provides ideal adaptation to…

Make your own partial dentures
[July 8, 2015 – 01:06 pm]
Make your own partial dentures

Dentists who make dentures are not all the same. It’s important to choose the right dentist for your dentures, whether you need full dentures for the first time, a replacement of existing dentures, precision partial dentures, implant retained dentures, or immediate dentures. Technological advances in dentures allow dentists who make dentures to create precision partial dentures and full dentures that are so secure and natural-looking that only you and your trusted denture dentist will know that they’re not your own teeth. Full Dentures, Duplicates, and Precision Partial Dentures…

Acrylic partial dentures design
[July 5, 2015 – 12:35 pm]
Acrylic partial dentures design

I need a denture what are my options?Conventional removeable partial dentures Precision and semi-precision partial dentures Conventional over-denture Implant over-denture Immediate dentures - what to expect Wearing a new denture what to expect Why consider a metal base denture? ] back to top [ Conventional Removable Partial Dentures A partial denture is useful for a person missing some teeth, but still having a number of natural teeth. This device is also called a removable prosthesis, and is a means by which artificial replacement teeth are held in the mouth. The…

Getting used to partial dentures
[July 1, 2015 – 11:41 am]
Getting used to partial dentures

Home » Full & Partial Dentures » Getting Used to Your New Dentures Some patients find the experience of wearing a denture for the first time to be challenging. A denture is a foreign object, and unfortunately, it cannot duplicate the exact feel and function of your natural teeth. It will be a new sensation that will take you a period of time to adjust. We ll make every effort to help you meet the challenge and satisfy your expectations. Each affiliated practice has fabricated thousands of dentures for patients over the years, so they are very experienced in recognizing…

Partial Dentures Photos
[June 27, 2015 – 10:33 am]
Partial Dentures Photos

This person needs a partial denture to replace some missing teeth, but can retain the natural teeth that are still there. These partial dentures, which have a clasp attachment, will replace the missing teeth. Partial dentures with a clasp attachment in the patient s mouth. The metal of the clasps is visible, but will not show during everyday activities. A partial denture with a precision attachment in a patient s mouth. The attachment is not visible. A precision attachment on a crown covers the tooth next to the missing teeth. A precision attachment on a crown covering the tooth…

Denture Fixative Reviews
[June 26, 2015 – 10:12 am]
Denture Fixative Reviews

You would think it would be easy having dentures. Well, I have had them for almost 40 years. The first set only lasted 2 years, because my gums shrunk so much. Then it was 5 years. Next time it was 10 years, and a further 10 years. Well, it is coming up for the time when I am starting to think about new ones. These are now 9 years old, and are starting to get loose on me. Over the years I have tried many different forms, and brands, of adhesive. The most recent one I have been using is Fixodent. The reason being, it was on sale at Wal-Mart, and with my coupon, it was a similar…