Valplast partial dentures
Valplast partial dentures are gradually replacing the conventional metal dentures. Today dentists are prescribing flexible material for removable partial dentures (RPDs) because it makes a better, stronger appliance faster. Flexible material reduces chair time, eliminates invasive procedures and the cumbersome materials associated with rigid partials. In short, there is no longer any need for metal. The material in flexible partials is perfectly suited to the variety of natural conditions in the mouth. It simplifies the design and enables the RPD itself to balance the simultaneous requirements of retention, support and stability. The choice of a Valplastpartial avoids the placement of metal in the patient’s mouth satisfying the patient’s interest in metal-free dentistry.
Frequently Asked Question
Why are Valplast partial dentures preferred more?
Patients may suffer from allergic reactions due to common dental materials. Valplast partial dentures are completely metal-free, and don does not contain acrylic monomer.
Can I use other denture cleaners to clean Valplast?
No, other brand denture cleaners are not recommended to clean Valplast dentures as it causes discoloration. Other cleaners are designed to clean acrylic materials whereas Valplast denture is free from acrylic.
How long Valplast partial dentures last?
With routine cleaning and regular check-ups, it will last around 15 years.