Learn All About Valplast Dentures
Are you looking for a more comfortable, more aesthetic, and more durable denture? Valplast dentures are the most aesthetic, functional and comfortable removable prosthesis form.
It does not discolor, does not contain metal crochet, and it has an ideal amount of stretching. It also does not break or deform.
Feeding, repair and tooth addition can be done easily with Valplast dentures.
Why Should I Use Valplast Dentures?
- They are very thin and elastic. For this reason, the denture is easily tolerated in the mouth. Its surface is very smooth, and it does not irritate the tongue and cheek mucosa. Because it is very thin; It reflects all tissue characteristics of the palate exactly. An excellent looking and feeling results are achieved.
- A lot of effort is made on conventional prostheses to give them a natural appearance. This elastic and metal-free product is a perfect solution because it reflects the tissue characteristics in the mouth exactly and gives the patient a feeling of absence in the mouth. Valplast dentures, which adapt to the specific stretching of the patient’s mouth, are extremely comfortable.
- Valplast provides better, stronger and faster results than partial dentures (skeleton). The processing time is very short, it is a light and aesthetic material that is not bulky. It does not contain materials such as metal, monomer, acrylic; it is also cosmetically elegant and does not need metal clasps.
Metal Dentures vs Valplast
While the appearance of metal hooks in the mouth negatively affects the aesthetics, the desired aesthetics is achieved since there are no metal parts in the valplast denture.
Metal prostheses are worn in ready-mouths for 15-20 days and at the end of 6-7 sessions. Valplast dentures are attached to the patient after 3-4 sessions in 10 days. In this sense, the application time is much shorter than metal dentures.
Teeth can be added and repaired in both.
4. Holding Power
It is necessary to have enough teeth in the mouth to provide good retention in metal dentures. In valplast dentures, there is a lot of retention area on the parts of the tooth.
5. Adaptation Period
The adaptation period of the patient to the metal denture is longer due to the bulky prosthesis and the psychology of the aesthetic expectation.
Valplast denture, on the other hand, is very thin, light and has a short running-in period since it does not contain hooks.
Metal dentures are very durable due to their metal skeleton. Valplast dentures are very flexible. Flexibility adds extra strength to the prosthesis.
7. Changing Color
Well-maintained metal prostheses and well-maintained valplast prostheses do not discolor.
8. Damage to Teeth
In metal dentures, it is desirable to veneer the teeth where the hooks come. There is no need for tooth preparation in valplast prostheses.
While metal alloys in metal dentures cause the prosthesis to be heavy, valplast dentures are considerably lighter than metals.
What Are Other Metal-Free Options?
If you are constantly worried about the breakage of the prosthesis, a deflex dental prosthesis is one of the most ideal options for you.
The method, which is frequently preferred for treatment purposes in recent years, has a semi-elastic structure.
It is also possible to insert and remove it. This prosthesis shape, which is supported by teeth, does not contain any metal parts.
Although tooth veneers are a big problem for many people, the deflex unbreakable prosthesis is one of the most preferred treatment methods.
Due to these unbreakable prostheses, you have no problem eating hard products. The reason for its unbreakable structure is that it is semi-elastic. This will cause it to wear out.
This denture option is generally used temporarily as there maybe wear. In general, it is preferred as part of the treatment process so that people do not lose teeth after implant.
Deflex complete dentures are also possible. This method will be a salvage method, especially when tooth loss is complete. It is possible to use not only in full but also in sections.
Deflex Prosthesis Types: It can be used with full prosthesis option as well as partitioned or with snaps. Deflex full dentures are generally used for complete tooth loss.
A partial dental prosthesis has an ideal structure for teeth that fall out part by section. If there is a partial tooth loss in the mouth, a snap system is used.
This system is more aesthetic than a partial denture.