Traditionally, partial dentures use bent wires that look like paper clips that help the partials latch onto the adjacent teeth to hold it in place. But patients often find this kind inconvenient and sometimes require the use of creams and powders to help them stay in place.
Soft Touch Dentistry now has a better option available for its patients. No-wire partials are removable and are made of flexible material that are durable and are hard to break. Recent advancement in dental technology uses nylon to replace the usual metal and pink acrylic that is used for dentures. When used for partials, nylon resembles the pink color of the gums and can still be durable even if a thin portion is used for both the base and the clasps. These clasps curl comfortably to the necks of the teeth and people can’t tell the difference between your gums and the removable partial. There are also types of no-wire partials that use vinyl composites that are just as effective.
These types of partials are very stable even if it doesn’t use your natural teeth to latch on. And unlike partials with metal clasps, the structure and fit does not change over time. Soft Touch Dentistry offers a variety of no-wire partials for your comfort and convenience. Our patient’s comfort is our ultimate concern and we highly recommend no-wire partials for excellent comfort and a more natural-looking smile. You can learn more from our blog post: Why Should I Choose a No-Wire Partial?
If you are looking into getting a no-wire partial for yourself, contact us today at 617-782-9250 for our Brighton office, or 617-332-8146 for our Newton office and schedule an appointment with Dr. Nazila Bidabadi to know more about the options that Soft Touch Dentistry has for you.