Partials

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  • Chrome Cobalt Cast Partial

    Reliable Arts uses the highest yield strength chrome-cobalt alloys to cast our partial frameworks resulting in smaller, thinner partial framework and more resilient clasps. We can fabricate any of your combination cases or precision attachment cases with ease. With only 5 days in-lab to fabricate framework, setup, process, and finish ensures you can confidently send us your cast partial cases today.

    Required Case Material

    • Upper and lower impressions or models
    • Tooth and gingival shade
    • Bite registration

    Indications

    • Suitable for full cast partial frameworks
    • Available as a TCS Metal Combo

    Contraindications

    • A lack of suitable teeth in the arch to support, stabilize, and retain the removable prosthesis.
    • Rampant caries or severe periodontal conditions that threaten the remaining teeth in the arch.
    • A lack of patient acceptance for esthetic reasons. Chronic poor oral hygiene.

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  • TCS iFLex Flexible Partial

    iFlex is the perfect solution for partial dentures and unilaterals! This easy to use Polyolefin thermoplastic partial is not only highly aesthetic but clinically unbreakable.

    Required Case Materials

    • Upper and lower impressions or models
    • For best results use lightweight alginate impression materials
    • Tooth and gingival shade
    • Optional – Custom Impression Tray

    Indications

    • Partial dentures, unilaterals, and flippers
    • Patients with allergies to monomer and nickel
    • Presence of tori, oral cancer, and cleft palate

    Advantages

    • Polyolefin thermoplastic
    • Clinically unbreakable
    • Easy chairside adjustments
    • Stain free
    • Lightweight yet durable
    • Ideal degree of flexibility
    • High translucency
    • Repairable and rebasable
    • Biocompatible – BPA free, Monomer free, and hypoallergenic

    Adjustment & Polishing Recommendations

    • Use carbide burs for making small adjustments and TCS Brown Rubber Points to smooth adjusted areas. Use light pressure to avoid gouging the material.
    • Soak the partial in very hot clean tap water for about 1 minute before initial insertion. When case cools to a tolerable temperature gently insert it into patient’s mouth. (This is only recommended for 1st insertion).

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  • tcs® Unbreakable

    tcs® Unbreakable is a flexible denture base resin which is ideal for partial dentures and unilateral restorations. It provides a fully functional partial that looks better, and feels better and is more durable than conventional metal rigid partials. The resin is a biocompatible nylon thermoplastic that allows your patient’s natural tissue tone to appear through the material. The translucency of the tcs material makes it the ideal product for cases when patients don’t choose a fixed restoration or implant, but still want a highly esthetic restoration or implant. tcs® uses Retento- Grip® tissue-bearing technique for retention, so no tooth or tissue preparation is needed.

    Required Case Material

    • Upper and lower impressions or models
    • Tooth and gingival shade
    • Bite registration

    Advantages

    • More spacious and less flexible than Duraflex making it better suited to large edentulous areas where the material is very thick and can appear “shadowy” with more translucent materials
    • Can be fabricated in any of the following ways:
    • TCS base with cast occlusal rests
    • Cast chrome framework with TCS saddles
    • Cast metal backing with composite tooth facing Unilateral

    Indications

    • Flexible partial dentures, suited for clasp-less types of flippers that utilizes lingual undercuts
    • TCS/Cast Partial combo cases
    • Flexible Base and clasps coupled with the strength of a metal framework
    • Tooth born partial rather than tissue born partial
    • Cast chrome framework fabricated by OA technicians and made in the USA
    • Unilateral partials
    • Temporary healing appliance for implant cases and for patients with largely edentulous spaces
    • Patients with high aesthetic demands on a budget, concerns over metal restorations, allergies to monomers and nickel, oral cancer, and cleft palates.

    Contraindications

    • Severe buccal inclination
    • Less than 5mm vertical space (unless using metal backing/facing, especially on isolated anterior teeth)
    • Collapsed bites
    • Deep bites where upper anterior cover lower anteriors
    • Full denture

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