Ηλίας Κολλίγρης: can we have a video of the clinical stages and the decision for the design of a flexible partial denture?
Jeff Bills: when you go in they will NUMB you ... so no you will feel nothing,,, then when the ANESTHISIA wears off you will have pain meds........its GOING TO FEEL GOOD TO YOU AFTER SAID AND DONE,,,and you will have a great smile, and fresher breathe....!!!!! PLUS ITS VERY BAD FOR YOUR KIDNEYS TO HAVE THE INFECTION DRAINING DOWN INTO YOUR STOMACHE WHICH ENDS UP DESTROYING KIDNEYS OVER A PERIOD OF TIME ,,,,,,,
Evil French Toast Gaming: im 17 too and am facing man root canals or dentures
JD Anthony: I'm making flexible partials with Astron Ultraflex, which CAN be repaired with any regular repair acrylic in a lab. They need to be immersed in warm water for a minute before insertion, but apart from that there's no difference between Ultraflex and FRS or TCS material in how they fit and function.
Science marches on...
Mz. T.: hey can dey fit over teeth dats chipped to the gum
popcorngoddess89: As an owner of a set, both top and bottom, I can tell you that they are very durable as well as very comfortable. My mother wears a traditional set of partials that contain metal and after examining hers I can say that I am glad that mine are the type shown in the video. The thought of metal touching my teeth like that sets my teeth on edge. Funny story, the first time I sneezed while wearing mine I spit out the top partial, I've since learned how to sneeze with them.
Melissa T: I have worn a flipper since 1999 about 3 years ago I got my first partial flexible denture, total cost around $1K, love it! I just had to have a second made because I lost another tooth and the price has now come down. Was $750 this time.
fettkatt87: Check out (snap on smile).
Dana C: looks pretty flimzy
Nick K: Flexible dentures are great! Especially to help increase the need for future extractions
frosty213: @Maribel: yes you can eat in them. (I am a dental technician.)
Eric Colvin: I have full sets of dentures
andynosnittap: Flexible dentures should never be placed in the oral cavity. The only partial dentures should be tooth born. They very idea of something that flexes in the mouth is flawed on all levels. Do not request a flexible denture they are unhygienic and will only result in the loss of more teeth. This dentist has no research to back up his claims. This is just the easy option for a dentist untrained in partial cobalt chrome denture design and impression technique. Have one at you peril and at the expens
i know what you mean. I took my uncle to get his partial dentures about 3 months ago and he can barely talk with them s he just took them out.
He told the dentist that they hurt b/c the pink part was really hard, not soft and flexible like the video shown above.
Satans Mullet: i love that they are finally coming out with natural looking teeth and such cause honestly i have tried my BEST to take care of mine all these years but let me tell ya its harder then just brush 3 times a day. WAY harder
Beverly Holland: I don't know exactly what your dental problem is but I use Imako cosmetic teeth. I love them. I have also both colors. Also I have had them both for about 3 years. They are only for the top but they only cost 50 dollars and look very natural.
4Ulfric: stupid commercial @ beginning is annoying.
kromeboy1884: faaaaar too much hassle, imo....
new imps, new teeth, new flexi denture gets made- better end product & less time consuming
Wasr Fan: huh????
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