4 Benefits of Opting For Valplast Partial Dentures

Are you looking for a comfortable and affordable alternative to traditional tooth replacement options? Here are 4 reasons why you should consider Valplast partial dentures.

For patients suffering from tooth loss, there are many different denture solutions available. However, tooth replacement is not a one-size-fits-all solution. The option that is right for you will depend on many factors, including: 

  • Your budget
  • The number of teeth you are missing
  • Your oral health 
  • The extent of bone loss 

During a FREE consultation, our denturist will assess your oral health, lifestyle, and budget, and will help you find the right denture solution that fits all your needs. 

Quality Denture Solutions in Calgary 

At Future Smiles, we offer our patients many different types of denture solutions, from Valplast partial dentures to traditional full dentures and implant-supported dentures. All of our solutions are designed to give back both the aesthetic appeal of your smile and the functionality of a healthy jaw. 

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What Are Valplast Flexible Dentures? 

Valplast dentures are an innovative tooth replacement option for patients who are looking for a solution that is comfortable, affordable, and aesthetically pleasing. They are made from a flexible plastic material and the denture can adapt to the constant movement of your mouth, providing total comfort. 


4 Reasons Why You Should Consider Valplast Flexible Dentures 

When wearing partial dentures made from metal, you may experience a host of issues such as discomfort to an unnatural finish. In such cases, your denturist may recommend Valplast dentures. 

These dentures are a flexible partial denture that is made from a special acrylic metal and it offers many benefits, including: 

1. Natural Colour 

One of the biggest benefits of this denture is that its acrylic material blends in with the natural tones of your mouth tissues. Unlike traditional partial dentures, Valplast is designed to be almost invisible in your mouth, providing natural looking replacement teeth. 

2. Great Comfort 

Due to being made from acrylic and not metal, Valplast dentures are often thinner and more flexible than traditional dentures. This allows the dentures to feel more natural and less bulky when you wear them. 

3. Incredible Durability

Because of their flexibility and acrylic material, Valplast dentures are virtually unbreakable, making them an excellent choice for patients looking for a highly durable tooth replacement solution. In addition, the acrylic material won’t break down when exposed to the chemicals in your food, drinks, and the natural enzymes in your mouth. 

4. Safer Material 

Valplast’s acrylic material is lightweight, yet strong, giving you a denture that is very thin, but extremely durable. It’s also monomer free and less allergenic compared to other fixtures, making it a great option for patients who can’t expose their mouth to metal. 

Are Valplast Dentures Right For You? 

While Valplast dentures offer patients many incredible benefits, they do have certain limitations that you must be aware of before deciding if they’re the right tooth replacement option for you. 

You Must Have Remaining Teeth 

Valplast dentures can’t be used for full dentures or for patients with extensive periodontal disease. This is because it partial depends on surrounding natural teeth for structure. In addition, the more teeth you have missing, the more expensive your Valplast denture will be. 

Valplast Dentures Can’t Be Relined 

Another aspect of Valplast dentures that you should keep in mind is that it can’t be relined. Instead, the entire fixture will have to be rebased, which costs more and takes more time to complete. 

What to Know More About Valplast Dentures? 

To find out more about the costs and benefits of Valplast dentures, and to find out whether they’re the right tooth replacement option for you, contact us at (403) 475-0016 or book a FREE consultation.

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Vlad Dumbrava

Vlad Dumbrava has been active in the field of denture therapy since 2008. Upon receiving his denturist degree in 2011 from George Brown College in Toronto, Ontario, he continued his education in Medical Sciences at Western University.

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