Deflex Dentures offer thermo-injectable materials with different balances of flexibility and stiffness that allow for multiple applications for removable dentures.
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Our materials allow multiple applications in removable dentures, including partial dentures, full dentures, and chromium-combined dentures.
The polymers are highly resistant; contain elastic memory, minimal liquid absorption and very low shrinkage levels.
Deflex dentures are metal-free.
Qualities comparison with conventional acrylic dentures
Translucent inconspicuous retainers in partial dentures.
Flexibility ensures better preservation of support teeth.
Highly resistant to blows and falls.
No metal. Hypo-allergenic.
Aesthetic and functional advantages
The powerful market entry of these dentures is driven by great public acceptance, and supported by the outstanding aesthetics achieved in the mouth. This was an unresolved issue in the removable rehabilitations field.
Preventing dentures from being intruded
Translucent pink shades allow dual adaptation to teeth and gums
FREEDOM OF DESIGN
All types of designs in RPDs, including palatal bars and free ends
SUPER EASY POLISHING AND BRIGHT SHINE
The dentures will not retain odor or loose color over time
Besides their excellent aesthetical qualities, dentures manufactured with Deflex materials achieve a much more favorable functionality as compared to acrylic dentures.
● Giving way before stress, avoiding leveraging
● Comfort and easy adaptation
● Adequate retention properties
● Sharing loads, avoiding tissue damage and retraction
● Occlusal rests, preventing dentures from being intruded
● Freedom of design
With the appropriate design and thickness, Deflex dentures offer a fine balance between flexibility and stiffness.
More resistant, lighter and hypo-allergenic
Why make a full denture with a Deflex thermo-injectable material?
Deflex thermoplastics offer the following advantages in comparison with conventional acrylic:
● They are monomer-free
● They have greater resistance, providing reduced thickness, lighter dentures, and a very low fracture rate
● They show very low volume shrinkage
DENTURES COMBINED WITH CHROMIUM
Deflex aesthetics + Chromium functionality
When is an injected denture combined with chromium recommended?
These are indicated when the dental professional prefers the well-known functionality of cobalt-chromium, but at the same time prioritizing the patient’s aesthetic appearance, by substituting translucent clasps that go unnoticed in the mouth for metal clasps.
● Temporary dentures ● Occlusal splints ● Coating for overdentures ● Aesthetic retainers ● Partial denture frameworks