Flexible Upper Removable Partial Denture 3

An Upper Removable Partial Denture with flexible framework was made for a 60 year old female patient. Missing teeth are 11, 12, 16, 21 and 26 FDI Two-Digit Notation, upper right central incisor, lateral incisor, first molar, upper left central incisor and first molar.

Upper Flexible Removable Partial Denture Occlusal Case #3

Upper Flexible Removable Partial Denture Occlusal Case #3



Flexible Upper RPD Tissue Side Case #3

Flexible Upper RPD Tissue Side Case #3

Maxillary Flexible RPD Labial Side Case #3

Maxillary Flexible RPD Labial Side Case #3

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  1. Dina says:

    I am the wife of a man who has recently had two anapyhlactic episodes due to what I suspect might possibly be persulfates in dental cleansers. I have called numerous labs, asked our newly acquired allergists at Eastern Virginia Medical School, the FDA, our Dentists, local dermatologists, LabCorp, etc, and on and on as to where my husband could be patch tested for allergies to persulfates and no one seems to have a clue. I am writing you in hopes you might be able to give me a hint as to where in the US I might find a lab or doctor who does such testing?My husband began having a rash on various parts of his body about 9 months ago. About two months ago and the day after a midnight anapyhlactic episode, we were in Eastern Virginia Medical School’s Allergy Department beginning the process of testing for the culprit. After another anapyhlactic episode followed by my husband’s discovery of a rash on his pallet, I went on line and found that persulfates in Denture Cleansers have recently made the headlines for causing mild to severe reactions in some people. One death has been traced to them. I have read numerous articles about the allergies to persulfates in the Denture Cleansers and have talked to the company of the Denture Cleanser my husband has used ( who admits the persulfates are in their product and that they are soon to put a warning on their Cleanser packaging but even he cannot tell me where my husband can be tested for an allergy to the persulfates)The testing done at EVMS turned up that he is allergic to almonds and beef. One might tell my husband to simply stop using the Denture Cleansers, avoid beef and almonds and keep on going. However, since beef is a food that I would like to continue to serve if possible, I would like to rule out the persulfates or rule in them since the anapyhlactic reaction may have been to the combination of both or whatever. Just avoiding the Dental Cleanser does not bring me peace or satisfaction for many reasons. It is believed also that the persulfates can be absorbed into the dentures so that even avoiding the Cleansers might not solve the problem right away. It is possible that he may need new dentures if he is allergic to persulfates and they have absorbed into the dentures he wears now. We would like to get to the bottom of all this but need to be tested for the persulfates. Do you know of a Lab or Office where my husband could be tested? Any leads would be appreciated.Sincerely,Karen Graves

  2. Georgie Wiand says:

    An allergist/immunologist can provide expert medical advice and treatment in the evaluation and management of people with allergic diseases, asthma and immune problems (see above for types of patients seen). This includes the ability to perform and interpret allergy testing, expertise in treating complex allergic diseases and asthma, as well as the ability to prescribe allergen immunotherapy (allergy shots).

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