Flexible partials offer a metal-free alternative to partial denture wearers. Most manufacturers of flexible materials state that partials made from either Valplast, Flexite or TCS are unbreakable. Well, we both know that it is not completely true. The most common issue that flexible partials have is loose teeth. Most false teeth are made either from acrylic or porcelain and do not bond well with flexible material used for partial dentures.
Did you lose a tooth off your flexible partial? Don’t stress. Whether you are missing a tooth or have broken or chipped tooth on your flexible partial, we are here to help. We’ll restore teeth on your flexible partial same day and you’ll be back to normal in no time.
Even thou flexible partial dentures can bend and flex and resist fracture or breakage, they are not indestructible. Due to special nature of the flexible material, fixing flexible partial dentures requires extra skill.
At Denture Repair Lab, we have professional, experienced dental technicians who are highly skilled in working with flexible partials. They use special techniques and the best quality components to repair your flexible partial dentures. We repair all kinds of flexible partials, such as Valplast, TCS, Flexite, and others.
In order to repair some flexible partials, dental impressions or plaster molds are required. Please contact our Customer Service for more details.
Flexible Partial Repair Process
Just complete a simple order form, and mail your broken flexible partial along with your information or online order confirmation. You’re welcome to use the free USPS shipping label. Once your partial is received and inspected, we will contact you to confirm your order and obtain billing information. Your flexible partial will be repaired and mailed back same day with complimentary USPS Priority Mail. Tracking number will be provided.