Valplast flexible partials are metal free restorations designed to fit comfortably and discreetly into the mouth, blending seamlessly with surrounding teeth. Valplast partials have been produced and perfected for more than 50 years, and millions of dental patients have turned to them for long-term tooth replacement. They are highly pliable and completely non-breakable, ensuring that Glendale Valplast partial denture wearers do not have to be concerned about dropping their restorations as they would be with traditional partials.
Did you know…
that Valplast flexible partials are made without the use of metal? In fact, the durable plastic material Valplast dentures are made from is made to fit securely over natural teeth and gums without the use of metal clasps. Many patients feel that the lightweight Valplast flexible partials are easier to adapt to than traditional partials, as they are thinner and feel more natural in the mouth.
You may be a candidate for Valplast partial dentures if you are missing one or more teeth and are looking for an alternative to traditional metal-based partials. Valplast partials are easier to care for and less invasive overall than traditional partials, as they require no tooth and tissue preparations. Contact your dentist to schedule a consultation and find out if Valplast is right for you.
Being fit for Valplast partial dentures is much simpler than being fit for traditional partials. You’ll undergo no tooth or tissue preparations, but instead will need to provide a bite registration and dental impression. Your dentist will take note of your natural tooth shade and send all of your information to a dental laboratory to have your Valplast partial dentures fabricated.
Yes. You can preserve the look and feel of your Valplast partial dentures by cleaning your prosthesis every day and allowing it to soak for approximately 15 minutes 3 times a week. You should also keep your Valplast partial submerged in water anytime it is not in use in order to avoid warping. Also, remember to continue caring for your natural teeth and gums by brushing and flossing daily, as well as visiting your dentist for periodic cleanings twice yearly.