Flexible Upper Removable Partial Denture Case 2

An Upper Removable Partial Denture with flexible framework was made for a 30 year old female patient. Missing teeth are 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 23 and 24 FDI Two-Digit Notation, upper right cuspid, first premolar, second premolar, first molar, second molar, third molar, upper left cuspid and first premolar.

Upper Flexible Removable Partial Denture Occlusal

Upper Flexible Removable Partial Denture Occlusal

Flexible Upper RPD Tissue Side

Flexible Upper RPD Tissue Side

Maxillary Flexible RPD Labial Side

Maxillary Flexible RPD Labial Side

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3 Responses

  1. Denise dwyer says:

    An example of an aesthetic and non intrusive flexible denture

  2. Simon Pearson says:

    Hi can i ask where you had this denture made as i have a metal partial upper denture and this looks similar to mine but i only have one back tooth on the left side.
    I live in the U.K and finding it hard to find someone who can do this as i am also told if i had one it would cover my palate which i don’t want,plus i have only had my metal partial for under 2 years and one of the metal clasps have snapped off.I can send you a picture of my denture if needed as i need something more comfortable as still finding it very uncomfortable after several adjustments.

    Many thanks


  3. @Simon Pearson
    Hi simon. Flexible dentures are only indicated for temporary treatment. Flexibles are not that stable, the color will change after 6 months and they will cause periodontal problems and bone resorption.

    The one you have is denture with metal framework. Dentures with metal framework are definitive dentures.

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