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Partial Dentures 
 
A partial denture is a removable dental appliance that replaces your missing teeth. It is not fixed, it can be inserted and removed whenever you want. 
They are available in different materials and designs, the most common materials are cobalt chrome, flexible and hard acrylic
 
 
 

 Partial dentures with cast chrome cobalt  metal frameworks

Cast metal dentures are a long lasting material for partial dentures. 
The frame and required frame components are custom crafted & designed to suit your mouth. All components are cast in one piece to maximizes the strength of the partial denture and facilitate hygiene.
The chrome cobalt frameworkcan be cast amazingly thin, an excellent feature which helps keep the dentures less bulky, allowing more room for your tongue movements and speech.
 

 Flexible partial dentures

Flexible partial dentures are a metal-free dental appliance. This material is an ideal choice for someone who is allergic to the methacrylate based acrylic resins and/or nickel.
 
An excellent feature of flexible partial dentures is that NO METAL RETAINERS are required. All retainers (or clasps), occlusal rests are custom designed and injected into one piece in flexible pink/ clear denture base resin which is ideal for partial dentures and unilateral restorations. Because there are no metal clasps around your natural teeth, they are virtually invisible. 
 
The main advantages of flexible dentures is that they are much lighter and thinner than standard acrylic dentures and clinically unbreakable. They absorb well any accidental fall to the ground during cleaning.
 
 Partial dentures with hard acrylic
 
Dentures with hard acrylic are usually the most cost effective and can be made within a short period of time. Advantages of this material are that it can be relined and more acrylic teeth easily added after tooth loss. However, the acrylic denture base is weaker and tends to break more easily when compared to other denture materials. Moreover, the acrylic is usually built thicker, which can slightly increase the time it takes for the tongue to get used to the denture.