What is a Partial Dentures or Valplast Dentures?
Thinking about getting partial dentures in Houston? Ask Dr. Jonathan Penchas about valplast™. What makes these dentures different from traditional partial dentures is a how they are made. They aren’t like other acrylic dentures because they are made from nylon resin that is ultra thin, very flexible (for enhanced comfort when eating and talking) and practically unbreakable. They are so durable that Valplast™ offers a lifetime warranty on their partial dentures. This covers any fractures and breaks in the denture material (not the teeth though).
Denture wearers love these dentures not only because they are so thin and comfortable, but also because the nylon resin is translucent — so you can’t see it in your mouth. Plus, another advantage of the Valplast™ denture material is that it won’t absorb odors or stains.
WHO SHOULD GET A VALPLAST DENTURE?
If you suffer from allergies to dental material, these dentures are a good choice for you. They are made from a thermoplastic nylon material which is good news to those who are allergic to metals or acrylic. The material uses a metal free coloring agent and has no acrylic monomer and uses a metal free coloring agent.
Valplast™ are also great for people who can’t wear rigid acrylic dentures because of the way their mouth is shaped. But they aren’t for everyone. If you have severe periodontal issues, you may need to stay with an acrylic denture. Dr. Penchas will be able to access your gums, jaw bones and individual needs and can let you know if Valplast™ partial dentures will work for you.
These partials can be made by any dentist constructing Houston Texas dentures, and each appliance comes with its own unique registration number guaranteeing its authenticity. The cost is slightly higher than an ordinary rigid acrylic denture, but the beautiful results make it well worth while paying the extra money. It’s even possible, in some occasions, to add extra teeth to a Valplast™ denture.
Call us at (713) 807-9877 or use the button below to Ask a Question or Schedule Your Appointment to have Dr. Jonathan Penchas or one of his expert staff examine your teeth.