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Dental Lab for Valplast® and TCS® Flexible Partial Dentures  July 13, 2015 – 01:51 pm
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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 both hard and soft tissues.

The tcs flexible partial allows restorations to adjust to the contours of the mouth. Stain resistant, durable and comfortable in the mouth, the tcs flexible partial contains no metal or wire clasps. This, along with the natural hue of the appliance, allows it to blend with surrounding gums and dentition.

DuraFlex is an advanced thermoplastic that is clinically unbreakable, easy to adjust and even easier to polish. Thin and transparent, DuraFlex flexible partials virtually disappear in the mouth. They are also unusually resistant to water absorption, making them less likely to absorb stains or odors.

Source: www.glidewelldental.com


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Partial dentures? Can't get used to them.

I got partials (both sides, upper and lower) four weeks ago. No pain, but I can't adjust to the huge amount plastic behind the top and bottom front teeth. I am conscious of this big wad of plastic in my mouth every minute. My tongue cannot find a place to rest. It's still hard to speak clearly. (After twelve years of teaching foreigners how to pronounce English, I know how to pronounce, and am embarrassed when people ask me to repeat myself.) Is this normal?

Another update re teeth

RECAP: Went to periodontist and he said cost would be about $10,000.
Letter sent to my dentist: "we discussed a practical approach to hopefully save enough teeth to act as anchors for a least transitional partial dentures. I have deemed teeth #6,7,8,9,10,13,14,18,19,23,24,2,26 and 30 hopeless mostly due to periodontal reasons but also obvious significant restorative needs. You will be extracting these teeth. I have told Susan...there are still some teeth that are fairly solid and, if treated periodontally, can be saved. However, saving some of the teeth may depend on the major restorative needs

Veneers versus dentures

If you have teeth that can be saved, then hold on to them and get veneers. For the teeth you are missing you can get partial dentures (cheaper) OR get permanent implants (more expensive).
If you don't have insurance this will be expensive no matter what. Get your yellow pages out, find dentists, and start calling (explain your situation and what you think you need). Many dentist (the legitimate kind) will actually give you a free consultation and their ideas on what can be done.
For a cleaning and some ideas as to where to go, try UCSF - I believe they take people like you for clinical care and assessment

Denture and tooth cleaner. Use baby shampoo!

I had an infection in my mouth and was told to wash my dentures in baby shampoo to clean then so the chemicals from Polident etc. didn't irritate the sore. The baby shampoo gor off old plaque that Polident etc. wern't touching and on the partial, the stainless comes bright and shiney as well. I then tried babyshampoo on the plaque on my real teeth and it disolved the plaque under the gum line in three tries and now my teeth don't bleed. It has been three months and no bad side effects.

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