What are the benefits of partial dentures?
Less invasive than acrylic / metal dentures or dental implants
Valplast partial dentures are less invasive than acrylic or metal dentures or dental implants. They require no tooth extractions and can be placed directly on the gums to cover missing teeth. This makes them a great option for people who want to avoid surgery or have sensitive gums. Removable partial dentures are also more comfortable than traditional dentures, and they can be customised to match the colour of your natural teeth.
Improves the look of your smile
Valplast flexible partial dentures are made to suit the natural colours of your gums and teeth, and there is no metal poking through. You can feel confident about your smile with your Valplast dentures in place. Plus, they are custom-made to fit your mouth perfectly, so they are comfortable to wear and won’t slip or move around.
Easy to adapt
Valplast dentures are made of a soft material that is designed to adapt to your mouth over time. This makes them more comfortable to wear and less likely to cause irritation. Additionally, the material is also stain-resistant and easy to clean. Flexible dentures are a good option for people who have trouble wearing traditional dentures or for those who want a more comfortable and natural-looking denture.
Valplast dentures have no gaps or spaces for food particles and bacteria to collect. They are also easy to clean, so you can be sure that your dentures are free from harmful bacteria.
How is a Valplast denture created?
The process of creating a partial Valplast denture begins with taking an impression of the patient's teeth. This is done by having the patient bite into a moldable material, which will then harden and be used to create a cast of the teeth.
From there, the dentist will use the cast to create a model of the flexible partial denture, which will be used to create the final product. The Valplast material is then heated and formed around the model before being cooled and trimmed to fit the patient's mouth.
Finally, the denture is polished and fitted to the patient's existing teeth, ensuring a comfortable and natural-looking fit.
Why would I need Valplast dentures?
A Valplast partial denture does not cover your entire mouth and is typically used to replace a missing tooth or set of teeth. The nylon resin material of the denture fits snuggly to the remaining teeth without the need for metal clasps.
What exactly is a Valplast Denture?
Valplast dentures are a type of partial denture that uses a flexible plastic material. The plastic is moulded to fit the shape of your mouth and teeth, making it more comfortable than traditional dentures. Thermoplastic nylon resin is used to construct the Valplast denture, creating a thinner and more adaptable effect over metal or acrylic dentures.
How do Valplast dentures stay in place?
Valplast dentures are designed to stay in place without the need for adhesives. They are made from a soft, flexible material that conforms to the contours of your mouth. The material also helps to grip the natural ridges in your mouth, preventing the Valplast flexible partials from slipping or sliding.
How long do Valplast dentures last?
Valplast dentures are designed to be long-lasting and durable. To help extend the life of your Valplast dentures, be sure to brush and floss them daily. Also, avoid using harsh cleaners or abrasives on them. When not in use, store them in a safe place where they will not be damaged.
What’s the difference between Valplast and acrylic dentures?
Valplast dentures are made from a nylon-based material that is more comfortable and natural-looking than traditional acrylic dentures. They are also lighter and easier to adjust, making them a good choice for first-time denture wearers. However, they are not as durable as acrylic dentures and may need to be replaced more often.
Acrylic dentures are made from a hard, plastic-like material that is more durable than Valplast dentures. They are also less expensive and easier to repair if they break. They are not as comfortable or natural-looking as Valplast dentures and can be difficult to adjust to.