If you are looking for an alternative to metal wires, hooks and clasps, Valplast is the way to go. Let's talk esthetics. So many patients feel limited, and even uncomfortable, about showing off a wonderful smile when their partials display unattractive bits of metal. Made with nylons that allow for a beautiful translucency while eliminating metal components altogether, the Valplast Flexible Partial is almost impossible to detect in the mouth. Patients will find this prosthesis very easy to wear, and will recognize that standing teeth are safe from drawbacks such as enamel breakdown that results from the presence of metal denture elements in the mouth.
Due to its flexibility, this denture allows for movement and does not possess blunt ridges that can be painful to the gums and oral tissues. Patients will eventually forget that they are wearing a denture - and that is exactly the goal.
Clean, long lasting, and affordable, the Valplast partial denture is a very practical option for those looking to rebuild their smiles.
Quite possibly one of the best features of this denture is the fact that it is unbreakable. With Valplast, you have an opportunity to experience real comfort and confidence in your prosthesis.
Cosmetically elegant - no metal clasps
Metal free - monomer free - acrylic free
Teeth can be added to Valplast Partials
Valplast Partials can be rebased/relined
Non-invasive clinical procedure
100% guarantee against fracture in normal use
Fitting Your Schedule
At NDC, "we're flexible." And we know that fitting appointments into your busy schedule can sometimes be difficult. But thanks to Valplast, appointments are quick and simple. Here's how it will look...
Appointment 1: Impressions
Appointment 2: Bite
Appointment 3: Try-in
Appointment 4: Placement
A few days after your denture has been placed, we will schedule a follow-up appointment to ensure that you're doing well.
Occasionally, an additional try-in appointment is required to ensure esthetic and technical soundness.
Scheduling may vary depending on the client. It is not uncommon for patients to have fewer than the standard 4 appointments.