Dentures Flexible Partials Removable Dental Restorations


Complete dentures are an option for patients that are not candidates for implant-based alternatives. Featuring high-performance materials and a range of denture teeth options, complete dentures offer a functional alternative that is both esthetic and durable. Also referred to as a “removable” that replaces a group of natural teeth and may include the surrounding tissue.

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Duraflex Partial Denture

Acrylic Partials

This is a specific type of removable partial made from a nylon material that is a metal free, very flexible, lightweight, and strong. With exceptional strength, the Valplast Flexible Partial is a comfortable option. This tissue colored flexible framework offers superior esthetics over visible metal clasps. This flexible partial has excellent esthetics, and patient satisfaction is high.

CAD/CAM Flexible Partials – Visiclear/Duraflex CAD

This is a specific type of removable partial contains advanced thermoplastic for making translucent, flexible partial dentures. VisiClear delivers improved esthetics, stain-resistance, and ease of use compared to conventionally processed competing nylon flexible materials.

DuraFlex’s advanced thermoplastic has a semi-crystalline polymer structure, making it both strong and hygienic. It is clinically unbreakable and more durable than acrylic.

Contour to Partial Flexible Partial Removable Dental Restoration

Metal Frameworks

Metal framework partials are produced on a precision-cast, metal frame with hard chrome/cobalt alloy, which allows the framework to be very thin, thus comfortable and extremely strong. 

Implant-Supported Dentures Flexible Partials Removable Dental Restorations

Screw-Retained Fixed Hybrid Dentures

The screw-retained fixed hybrid denture — used for endentulous patients as a replacement for removable prosteheses — provides maximum prostethic stability & function. It securely attaches to four or more dental implants via a titanium framework. It’s also CAD/CAM-milled for the most precise fit.


Locator Dentures

Sometimes referred to as an “overdenture” that is supported by and attached to implants. A regular denture rests on the gums and is not supported by implants. A locator denture provides a patient with a more stable denture that can be easily removed for cleaning and maintenance.


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