If you have a few or all of your teeth missing, one solution is to have dentures.
When you wear a denture for the first time it may take some getting used to when speaking or eating and chewing. It is important that you take extra care when conducting your hygiene regime so that you can avoid bad breath, tooth decay and gum disease. The hygienist will be able to show you how to best take care of your denture and gums and will tell you about specialised brushes you can use to do this.
There are a number of ways to provide missing teeth solutions; however, some of these methods can be expensive, are not discreet, or may involve a number of complicated dental procedures. Valplast flexible partial dentures by Acorn Dental Care offer non-invasive missing teeth solutions that are considered to be more cost-effective compared to other solutions to tooth loss.
Valplast offers flexible partial dentures made from an unbreakable nylon resin; Valplast flexible partials offer affordable choices for missing teeth replacements, without sacrificing the quality of the end-result for the patient. The material used in Valplast flexible partial dentures makes these teeth replacements extremely comfortable to wear, and almost invisible as well – so the patient does not have to experience discomfort or embarrassment while enjoying the missing teeth solutions.
Valplast flexible partial dentures are the ideal missing teeth solutions for those who do not want to go through invasive dental procedures, just to have the missing teeth replacements they need. The affordability of Valplast treatment enables even more people to enjoy a better quality of life – even after experiencing the problems caused by missing teeth.
Valplast offers tremendous benefits to these individuals:
The Valplast resin that is used to make the flexible partial dentures is guaranteed never to break, under normal wear and tear, for the duration of the appliance’s lifetime (the warranty does not cover the prosthetic teeth embedded into the resin).
Acrylic dentures often require metal clasps to help secure them.
These clasps, depending on their position, can be unsightly.
Also, the rigidity of acrylic makes it prone to breaking.
New flexible dentures help deal with both of these issues.