Which is better Valplast or DuraFlex?

Which is better Valplast or DuraFlex?

Duraflex partials are also unusually resistant to water absorption, making them less likely to absorb stains or odors. Valplast is made of a biocompatible nylon thermoplastic with unique physical and esthetic properties. The Valplast injection process provides ideal adaptation to both hard and soft tissues.

What is DuraFlex partial?

Duraflex™ Partial Dentures are easy to adjust and also easy to polish. DuraFlex flexible partials are thin, transparent, and resistant to water absorption, making them less likely to absorb stains or odors.

What are DuraFlex dentures?

DuraFlex™ flexible partial dentures are an excellent alternative to an acrylic interim partial. The denture base is thinner, the clasps flex into place and are somewhat self-adjusting. Similar to Valplast, DuraFlex™ is a flexible and monomer-free thermoplastic dental resin.

What are the most comfortable partial dentures?

Cast Metal Partial Dentures

  • Cast metal partial dentures are the most-used option when it comes to partials because they’re strong and they’re built to last many years.
  • While less sturdy than cast metal partial dentures, flexible partial dentures are valued for their comfort and flexibility.

Can you eat with flexible partial dentures?

Yes, you can eat with Valplast partial dentures. Valplast dentures give patients confidence while talking, eating, and smiling.

Are flexible dentures any good?

Flexible dentures have become more popular recently because they are very comfortable. Unlike rigid dentures, flexible dentures are very gentle on your gums. They don’t transfer as much force to your gums, so they won’t cause as much gum soreness. Flexible dentures are also less likely to be dislodged by chewing.

Which is better dentures or partials?

Partials are a much better option than a complete denture to replace lost teeth in your lower jaw if some natural teeth can be saved. Most people have difficulty adapting to a removable complete lower denture. There is a break-in time to get used to having a partial in your mouth.

Do partials damage teeth?

If not properly designed your partial denture may directly traumatize your gums, or cause wear and abrasion of your teeth from the incorrect position and design of clasps.

Can you drink coffee with partial dentures?

Do not chew anything during the first 24 hours after denture placement. Drink plenty of fluids, such as water, milk, coffee, tea, broth, or Ensure®/Boost®.