Flexible dentures, the latest prosthodontic solutions also known as nylon dentures, are perfect alternatives to conventional and partial acrylic dentures. Made of a special thermoplastic material with unique physical and aesthetic properties, flexible dentures are highly comfortable as well as resistant to breaking( unbreakable).

Why to opt for flexible dentures

Excellent aesthetics
Translucent denture bases
    Invisible clear c.php ( no  visible steel wire/metal c.php)
    Various Shades available  to match your gums

Comfort
Flexible in nature
    Monomer and metal free
    Light weight
    Incredibly easy wearing and pleasant for patient

Durability
High strength
    High accuracy of fit
    More impact resistant ( will not break during functional use)

Advantages of flexible  denture in comparison to conventional acrylic dentures.

* They are much thinner than conventional dentures
* They stay firmly in place (have better stability and retention) and do not
   slip or fall off
* They do not produce allergic reactions
* They have no metal c.phps but aesthetic gum tissue-colour c.phps made
   of thermoplastic nylon
* They are lightweight and flexible; they do not break and crack
* They take up less space in oral cavity

WHEN SHOULD FLEXIBLE DENTURE BE USED (INDICATIONS / APPLICATIONS)

Flexible denture can be used in all the situations where removable partial denture is indicated for the patient
Ideal material for all removables in cases where the patient is prone to breaking his or her denture
Ideal alternative for full and partial dentures when the patient has an allergic reaction to acrylic monomers
Can be used in patient having periodontally involved teeth( loose teeth) ,sensitive teeth,cancerous mouth ,or other conditions in which the teeth are compromised or  comfort is problematic.
Can be used in full denture when the patient has protuberant bony structures 0r large tuberosites with undercuts

VALPLAST FLEXIBLE DENTURE LUCITONE FRS (DENTSPLY)

BOTH THESE DENTURES MAKE ARE USED INTERNATIONALY ALL OVER GLOBE

Procedural steps followed in our practice
First appointment: Once you have been considered a candidate for a denture, your dentist makes impressions of your upper and lower teeth using stock trays filled with dental impression material.
Second appointment: Your dentist checks occlusal relationship and makes impressions of your teeth using custom made trays fabricated by a dental technician.
Third appointment: At this stage, a trial denture with teeth attached to wax is ready. If the model fits in your oral cavity and you are satisfied with its look, your dentist returns the model to the laboratory to have a final flexible denture made.
Fourth appointment: A flexible denture is ready and if necessary, minor adjustments are made. Your dentist checks whether occlusal position is normal and the denture fits in your mouth. Once your denture is perfect, you can enjoy your new teeth.
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