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Flexi Dentures

Material allows the denture to adapt to the shape of the patient’s mouth, providing a snug fit and comfort.

Introduction to Flexi Dentures

Flexi dentures, also known as flexible partial dentures, represent a modern and innovative approach to tooth replacement. Unlike traditional dentures made from rigid materials such as acrylic or metal, Flexi dentures are crafted from a flexible, lightweight material that adapts to the natural contours of the mouth. This adaptability ensures a comfortable and secure fit, making Flexi dentures a popular choice for patients seeking an alternative to traditional dentures.


Benefits of Flexi Dentures

Comfort and Fit: The primary advantage of Flexi dentures is their superior comfort. Made from a flexible thermoplastic material, these dentures provide a snug fit that conforms to the unique shape of the patient’s gums and remaining teeth. This flexibility reduces the risk of pressure points and irritation, often associated with traditional rigid dentures.

Aesthetic Appeal: Flexi dentures are designed to be aesthetically pleasing. The material used is translucent and can blend seamlessly with the natural gum color, making the denture virtually invisible. Additionally, they do not require metal clasps, which can be unsightly. Instead, they use gum-colored clasps that blend with the natural gums, enhancing the overall appearance.

Durability: Despite their flexibility, Flexi dentures are highly durable. The thermoplastic material is resistant to fractures and breakage, providing a long-lasting solution for tooth replacement. This durability ensures that patients can enjoy their dentures for many years with proper care

Biocompatibility: The materials used in Flexi dentures are biocompatible, reducing the risk of allergic reactions. This makes them an excellent option for patients with sensitivities to the materials used in traditional dentures.

Ease of Use: Flexi dentures are easy to insert and remove, providing convenience for daily use. Their lightweight nature makes them comfortable to wear throughout the day without causing significant discomfort or fatigue.

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    Caring for Flexi Dentures

    Daily Cleaning: Clean your Flexi dentures daily using a soft-bristle toothbrush and non-abrasive denture cleanser. Avoid using hot water, as it can warp the flexible material.

    Soaking:Soak your dentures in a denture cleaning solution overnight to keep them fresh and free of bacteria. This also helps to maintain their shape and fit.

    Avoiding Damage: Handle your Flexi dentures with care to avoid dropping them, which can cause damage. When not in use, store them in a protective case.

    Regular Check-Ups: Visit your dentist regularly for check-ups and professional cleanings. Your dentist can monitor the condition of your dentures and make any necessary adjustments to ensure continued comfort and function.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Flexi Dentures are a type of removable partial denture made from a flexible plastic material, offering a comfortable and natural-looking alternative to traditional dentures.

    Benefits include enhanced comfort, a better fit, aesthetic appeal, and increased durability due to the flexible material. They are also less likely to break compared to traditional dentures.

    Unlike traditional dentures, Flexi Dentures are made from a flexible plastic that adapts to the shape of your gums, providing a more secure and comfortable fit without the need for metal clasps.

    The timeframe for getting BPS dentures can vary depending on factors such as the complexity of the case and the availability of materials. Generally, the process involves several appointments over a period of weeks to ensure proper customization and fitting.

    Flexi Dentures are custom-made for each patient. The process involves taking precise impressions of your mouth, which are then used to create a denture that fits snugly and comfortably.


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