Tooth Replacement Options
When you’re ready to replace missing teeth, you have a number of potential solutions available, each with its own set of advantages and disadvantages. Replacing your missing teeth is a big decision and it is important to consider several factors.
You don’t have to make this decision alone. Your dentist can help you assess the choices in light of your clinical needs, personal preferences and financial considerations, and help you determine which one is best for you.
Your ultimate comfort is one of the most important considerations when restoring your missing teeth. Fixed restorations such as bridges and implants will usually feel much like your natural teeth when finished. The process of making them however, will take several visits to the dentist or oral surgeon, and involves invasive procedures. These are also more costly restorations. While this is the most permanent and natural-feeling solution, the process may not be suitable for everyone.
When considering a removable partial, many people find a Valplast® Flexible Partial to be the most comfortable option, and the final restoration can be made very quickly. While the cost is often higher than a partial made with visible metal clasps, the results of the flexible partial are beautiful, and patient satisfaction is very high. The Valplast® Flexible Partial involves only non-invasive procedures, and gives you confidence in your restoration while talking eating, and most importantly: smiling.
If you can’t bear the thought of visible metal clasps or a series of temporaries that change with each appointment, Valplast® is an option that looks very natural and will stay beautiful and comfortable for years to come. Even fixed restorations that look good at first could deteriorate over time due to gum recession or changes in your mouth.
Denture acrylics and metal alloys may be prone to breakage and fracture over the course of time. Valplast® Flexible Partials come with a lifetime warranty against breakage and fracture for the denture base under normal use. Valplast® can also be rebased and have teeth added to it if modifications are necessary over time.
If cost is your primary consideration, removable restorations are among the most affordable solution. Valplast® combines great value with excellent aesthetics that often rival the appearance of more expensive fixed restorations.
Nobody Has To Know You're Missing Teeth
You have numerous options in replacing missing teeth, from removable appliances to fixed bridges and implants. Each option has its own set of advantages and disadvantages. To help you find an appropriate solution we have put together this information pamphlet.
Removable Partial Dentures
Removable partial dentures are custom-made appliances that are generally affordable and require only a short time to make. In the past, removable partial dentures were only made with metal alloys and acrylic resins. Today Valplast® is available to provide patients with comfortable, lightweight and metal-free partial dentures. Valplast® Partials are also highly aesthetic and virtually invisible so nobody has to know that you are missing any of your natural teeth.
Fixed restorations become a permanent part of your mouth. Once they are completed they are treated much like your own natural teeth. Completing a fixed restoration is often very costly and may take many visits to the dentist. In addition, the conditions in your mouth may not be ideal for a fixed bridge or implant. Your dentist can help you decide if fixed restorations may be right for you.
Valplast® Gives You Something To Smile About
Valplast® Flexible Partials are a beautiful, comfortable and affordable choice for tooth replacement. Flexibility, combined with strength and light weight, provides total comfort and great looks for any dental patient.
To keep your restoration clean be sure to use Val-Clean® Concentrated Denture Cleanser once a day. In the United States, Val-Clean® may be ordered by calling (888) 325-3260 or by visiting www.valclean.com. To order Val-Clean® from outside of the United States, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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