Mobile Denture


The mobile dentures no longer have any support or anchoring element. It sits directly on the gums and jaw bone.

The mobilized (skeletal) denture, on the other hand, sits on the gums and bone, but also relies on the healthy teeth. They need to be consolidated through procedures which have special systems to attach the denture.

A special type of dentures is the one that rests on implants (overdentures). In this case, the additional pressure on implants reduces their life span.


ADVANTAGES OF DENTURES:

  • Fast process
  • Reduced costs
  • Satisfactory aesthetic results

  • THE ROLE OF DENTURES:

  • Restore the function of mastication. It is not ideally comfortable to chew when you are wearing dentures, but they represent a viable alternative to fixed restorative pieces which sit on healthy teeth or implants.
  • Improve the look of the face, since lack of teeth for an extended period of time alters the appearance. Dentures recover the appearance of cheeks and lips. The patient will be able to smile and laugh freely. The dentures and gums must be cleaned daily, with a soft toothbrush.
  • Speaking is also affected by lack of teeth on extended surfaces. After applying dentures, a period of readjustment is mandatory, when determination and exercise are vital.
  • DISADVANTAGES OF DENTURES:

  • Reduced comfort due to mobility
  • Sensation of foreign body
  • Since it exerts pressure on the gums, in time the bone shrinks
  • Comes with certain food restrictions
  • Require special adhesives which imply daily costs
  • Some people do not handle them well
  • The dentures need to be reattached, coated or completely remade because the acrylic material (plastic) wears out and changes the supporting tissue (the bone emaciates)

  • Biodentaplast flexible partial dentures

    Flexible Partial Dentures are made without a metal structure, from a semi-crystalline thermoplastic material, resistant and durable (Bio-Dentaplast) that fit comfortably in your gums and remainied tooth, having an excellent retention. Its texture allows a thin prostheses (0.3 mm thick incomparable with 2mm thick in case of denture acrylic), eliminating the unpleasant sensation associated with wearing dentures. The material is easy to use thanks to a simple sistem, by injection.

    Flexible skeleton prostheses are indicated only after a balanced planning and compliance therapeutic principles laid. The prosthesis should extend as much as possible on the remaining teeth and on the lining of prosthetic field. It has to be determined the direction of the prosthesis insertion, direction that is determined based on the number, situation and position of the shaft of the remaining teeth.

    Elastic prostheses can bend and twist without cracking or breaking ow whithout changing it's shape. As time passes the material does not tarnish or it is worn out. Partial flexible prostheses are an ideal alternative allergic to residual monomers patients, this material not being allergic at all, to any situation. Bio-Dentaplast is a semi-crystalline thermoplastic material with a linear structure and high crystallinity. The material shows good physical and chemical properties such as: high hardness, considerable rigidity, strength tensile, very good dimensional stability, limited toxic or allergic potential, resistance at boiling and sterilizing (1500C), resistance to weak acids, alcohols, washing baths, yielding acid pH <4.

    The material is opaque colored, this way preventing metal brilliance thru him (or dark surfaces). It is indicated for making dentures bases with hooks, attachments, telescopic works, crowns and bridges, the aesthetic clasps on teeth, by achieving finally a 0.30 mm thickness. The resin is supplied in cartridges, which exclude improper mixing, what has a negative effect on material and on prosthetic restoration. Existing shades are: A2, A3, B2, B3, similar to VITA shades.

    Due to the low melting temperature (200 - 2300 C) Biodentaplast Il shows excellent molten material flow, resulting accurate dental works.