Thanks to their flexibility, they won't break or break. A flexible prosthesis is nothing more than a traditional prosthesis with a flexible resin coating as the ultimate inner lining. The flexible resin locks into the cuts in the gum ridge and acts as a shock absorber between the gums and the hard base. More flexibility can be added by constructing the entire denture with this flexible material.
The material used is non-porous, so bacteria cannot accumulate inside. However, although it is not porous, it can retain a small percentage of water to help interact with adjacent tissues. Because soft dentures attach to cuts, they provide the stability you need to eat hard foods like apples and even hard nuts. These flexible resins are more expensive but also more durable than traditional soft lining.
Another advantage of a soft dental prosthesis is that the test fit can be used as part of the final prosthesis, meaning that the total production time of a soft dental prosthesis is shorter than that of a hard acrylic prosthesis. If you're tired of the pain of wearing a hard prosthesis, talk to your dentist about the possibility of a soft, flexible prosthesis. Flexible dental prostheses are an excellent choice for many people who have missing teeth. They'll keep your smile looking natural, help you feel more confident, and prevent the rest of your teeth from moving in your mouth.
One of the lightest and most durable materials ever created for dental prosthetics. Flexilytes flexible partial dentures are as strong as they are beautiful. This advanced compound is injected at high pressure and then heat-cured in a custom way developed for each individual patient. The result is flexible dentures that are more resistant to odors and stains, in addition to being denser and less porous.
This gives it greater impact resistance and means it can have a longer lifespan.