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FlexSoft Partial Material

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Specification

Flexible, Soft, Easy-to-Finish/Polish, AAA quality

Color: Deep Pink, Standard Pink, Light Pink

Material: Elastic Resin Clasp, Flexible partial dentures are designed to replace a single tooth or a few teeth rather than a full set of teeth.

Usages:

1. Suitable for: Partial and complete dentures, occlusal splints and nightguards.

2. Use proper ventilation, vacuum system and masks when grinding prosthodontic resins.

Note:

Pros and Cons of Flexible Partial Dentures

1.They do not break easily. Since dentures are made of harder material, dropping them can often cause a crack.

2.Softer than regular dentures.

3.Do not require adhesive or metal.

4.Do not hide your natural gums.

5.Faster to make.

6.Bacterial buildup.

7.Not repairable.

8.Not permanent.

How long do flexible partials last?

A partial flexible denture's longevity depends on how well you maintain it and the kind of material used for it. For partial plastic dentures and their metal counterpart, they may last between 5-8 years. When properly maintained, they will retain their aesthetic look.

Warnings: Use eye protection and heat-resistant gloves when injecting.


Suitable for: Partial and complete dentures, occlusal splints and nightguards.
Not Suitable for: Small unilateral restorations.
Warnings: Use eye protection and heat-resistant gloves when injecting.
Use proper ventilation, vacuum system and masks when
grinding prosthodontic resins.
Precautions: Cartridge must be injected within 1 hour of opening the
foil pouch.
Color: Deep Pink, Standard Pink, Light Pink
Material: Elastic Resin Clasp
Specification: Flexible, Soft, Easy-to-Finish/Polish, AAA quality
Suitable for: Partial and Complete Dentures