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Dentures and Partials

Whether from disease, malnutrition or genetic disorders, sometimes it is necessary for us to extract all of a patient's lower or upper teeth. While this can be devastating, dentures can provide a second chance at a beautiful smile.

Having complete dentures help with chewing as well as support one's facial structure and improve speech.

With immediate dentures, you can have a full set of teeth while you are waiting for your gums to heal and your bone to realign after having teeth removed. This can take up to six months, so immediate dentures are a great alternative during that time.

Sometimes, complete dentures are not necessary. Partial dentures can replace a string of missing teeth, and are secured to your remaining teeth with clasps.

No matter which kind of dentures you choose, you can be assured to receive natural-looking dentures that match your facial structure and desired tooth color.

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Why Have a Valplast Flexible Dentures

Even with the advances of modern dentistry teeth may not last for ever.

Fortunately, dental professionals have many options for replacing lost or extracted teeth - among them, implants, fixed bridges, removal partial dentures and combination appliances.

The Valplast Flexible Partial is an unbreakable, removable partial that many people find very comfortable. These lightweight partials are practically invisible, and completely eliminate the unsightly metal clasps.

In fact, most Valplast Flexible Partials are fabricated without the use of a metal frame - made instead from a strong, durable plastic that snaps securely and comfortably into place around existing natural teeth and gums.

The plastic used is so strong that the partial made from it can be very thin, eliminating that heavy, bulky feeling that make wearing partials so unpleasant. Plus, the colour, shape and design of Valplast Flexible Partials blends in well with the natural appearance of the gums, making the partial virtually invisible.

Whether from disease, malnutrition or genetic disorders, sometimes it is necessary for us to extract all of a patient's lower or upper teeth. While this can be devastating, dentures can provide a second chance at a beautiful smile.

Having complete dentures help with chewing as well as support one's facial structure and improve speech.

With immediate dentures, you can have a full set of teeth while you are waiting for your gums to heal and your bone to realign after having teeth removed. This can take up to six months, so immediate dentures are a great alternative during that time.

Sometimes, complete dentures are not necessary. Partial dentures can replace a string of missing teeth, and are secured to your remaining teeth with clasps.

No matter which kind of dentures you choose, you can be assured to receive natural-looking dentures that match your facial structure and desired tooth color.

Why Have a Valplast Flexible Dentures

Even with the advances of modern dentistry teeth may not last for ever.

Fortunately, dental professionals have many options for replacing lost or extracted teeth - among them, implants, fixed bridges, removal partial dentures and combination appliances.

The Valplast Flexible Partial is an unbreakable, removable partial that many people find very comfortable. These lightweight partials are practically invisible, and completely eliminate the unsightly metal clasps.

In fact, most Valplast Flexible Partials are fabricated without the use of a metal frame - made instead from a strong, durable plastic that snaps securely and comfortably into place around existing natural teeth and gums.

The plastic used is so strong that the partial made from it can be very thin, eliminating that heavy, bulky feeling that make wearing partials so unpleasant. Plus, the colour, shape and design of Valplast Flexible Partials blends in well with the natural appearance of the gums, making the partial virtually invisible.

 

Do your teeth limit your food options? If the answer is yes, maybe Valplast is your saviour.  Ask your detist if Valplast is the right choice for you (Candidates for the procedure)

This is one of the fastest way to achieve that perfect smile in just a few weeks.

You can also get a Valplast  lifetime guarantee certificate.

Valplast is a simple, non-invasive affordable and aesthetic solution.

It creates a removable bridge to cover unsightly gaps after loss of teeth.

Some patients say that after going through the procedure, they felt very comfortable and that they can smile without having to think of their dentures falling off.  Add to that the very quick process of having your teeth done.

This product really is recommended among all that have experienced its benefits. 

Valplast is a step ahead over its existing counterpart which is the traditional hard metal denture.

The Valplast alternative offers better solutions to your problems.

Steps

The first impression is done and the gum shade is taken. During the nex appointment, the modl is ready and  the wax trial denture is then placed where the tooth is checked for shade and fit.

The following meeting, the finished Valplast is then fitted as well as the great fit and aesthetics is checked.

Now that is certainly something to smile about.

Now you can choose what you want to eat rather than what your teeth will let you eat.

 

Almost all of us can already see the benefits of partial dentures. After all, these life savers enable us to chew and eat more comfortably, articulate words easily and, if you are missing a tooth or two, may help you feel more confident when in public.

 Apart from that, dentures also help you maintain overall oral health, as a missing tooth can cause long-term pains and aches by putting more stress on the joints of the jaw.

Even though dentures are theoretically a good idea, most people who have dentures wish they have otherwise. The reason? Because in practice rather than theory, traditional dentures can be ill-fitting. As time passes, the shape of the jaw and face changes, the dentures become even suited to the mouth’s shape and may be less comfortable than ever.

A reason why is because partial dentures have always, since time memoriam, been made from rigid material. The designs of these traditional dentures have always aimed at not having to move or change shape, as they were tailor-made to fit around your existing teeth. Usually enough as well, dentures are made of metal too, the reason why they’re hard-wearing, unlikely to bend or buckle and of course, durable.

These partial dentures have one purpose- they were built to last. However this is ignored and one important fact is discarded: the mouth is on a constant motion and keeps on changing shape when we talk, yawn, breathe, swallow, drink, shout etc.

In the real world though, should dentures really be about flexibility-and durability? 

These are the questions that Valplast has the answers to and the reason behind their success.

Valplasts removable partial dentures are made from a nylon resin which they claim is unbreakable and when it comes to removable partial dentures, Valplast broke the mould – literally! Each of the products come with a lifetime guarantee against ractures or breaks– so they mean what they say!

They can also adapt to the movement and shape of your mouth and for this reason, they are far more comfortable to wear and the nylon resin material means that Valplast removable partial dentures are much more flexible than traditional metal dentures. They are also much more comfortable to take out and put in! There are also more aesthetic too as nobody will ever notice that you are missing a tooth as the materials used will suit the natural colors of the gums and teeth. Moreover, there are no metal clasps, which can often be visible in traditional dentures.

The procedure for creating your Valplast partial denture is straightforward. First, you need to have an evaluation by your dentist. If you agree that a Valplast denture is the right product and treatment for you, the denture will be custom-designed. Your existing teeth do not need to be altered in any way.

A dental implant or bridge is permanent and you cannot remove it. This has the advantage of feeling just like a natural tooth. At the same time, it requires major dental work to fit them and many people are just not comfortable undergoing that kind of treatment – unless it is absolutely essential.

So, are there any other options to consider before you choose Valplast? Most dentists will recommend that you replace a missing tooth, to maintain the balance and symmetry of your bite. Your missing tooth can be replaced with a partial denture or it can be replaced with a dental implant or bridge. Your decision will usually be made in consultation with your dentist, but it will depend very much on which option you feel most comfortable with.

Valplast has the benefit of being much less invasive. You will not need anaesthetic or be required to have any work done to your existing teeth – as with an implant or bridge. Valplast is also an affordable option. While the innovative materials used mean that it does cost more than a traditional removable metal denture, compared to other treatments for a missing tooth, it looks very cost effective.

In a nutshell, therefore, Valplast offers a real improvement on traditional removable partial dentures. They are strong, lightweight and the match your existing teeth. So if you want a partial denture that gives you confidence, this could be your choice.

 

Watch: An Introduction to Valplast Flexible Dentures

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