Valplast Denture

It was long thought that, in order to be effective, removable partial dentures had to be rigid. The innovation of the Valplast® Flexible Partial denture allows the appliance to adapt to the constant movement and flexibility in your mouth.

When you are ready to replace missing teeth you have a number of solutions available, each with its own set of advantages and disadvantages. It is important for you to consider all of these issues because you are most likely to live with your choice for a long time.

You don’t have to make this decision alone. Your dentist can help you assess which is the best option for you in light of your specific clinical needs, personal preferences and financial considerations.

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Traditional acrylic/metal dentures

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The Valplast® flexible alternative


If you can’t bare the thought of visible metal clasps then a Valplast® flexible partial denture is an option. Valplast® flexible partial dentures look very natural, are light and are designed to stay beautiful and comfortable for a long period of time.

When considering a removable partial denture, many people find Valplast® flexible partial dentures to be the most comfortable option. They are metal free, do not require any preparation of natural teeth, do not contain the chemicals found in normal plastic dentures and are hypoallergenic.

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Valplast® gives you something to smile about!

Valplast®, the original flexible partial denture material, was first introduced in 1953. Since then, worldwide, over 5 million happy patients have enjoyed using Valplast® flexible partial dentures.


Your ultimate comfort is one of the most important factors to consider when restoring your missing teeth. Valplast® flexible partial dentures are designed to function within a flexible environment, to provide a high degree of comfort whilst being as unobtrusive as possible, and to be strong without being rigid.

Flexibility is the strength of Valplast

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Traditional acrylic/metal dentures

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The Valplast® flexible alternative


If cost is your primary consideration, you will be encouraged to know that removable restorations are the most affordable solution. Valplast® combines great value with excellent aesthetics and will give you added confidence whilst talking, eating and most importantly, smiling that often rivals the appearance of more expensive restorations.

The Valplast® Guarantee

Valplast International give a lifetime guarantee against breakage and fracture of Valplast® flexible partials in normal use. Valplast® flexible partial dentures are designed to be comfortable, inconspicuous, and last for a long time. Be certain to ask your dentist for your completed certificate. The guarantee is validated on line at using the information shown on the certificate.


Valplast dentures are a suitable option for many people who need partial dentures. They are particularly popular for those who are looking for a lightweight, flexible, and metal-free alternative to traditional acrylic or metal dentures. However, it's essential to consult with a dentist to determine if Valplast dentures are the right choice for your specific dental needs.

The procedure for getting Valplast dentures involves several steps. First, your dentist will conduct a thorough examination of your oral health and discuss your treatment options. If Valplast dentures are deemed appropriate, impressions of your mouth will be taken to create custom-fitted dentures. Once the dentures are fabricated, they will be adjusted as needed to ensure proper fit and comfort.

The lifespan of Valplast dentures can vary depending on factors such as oral hygiene, habits like teeth grinding or clenching, and the overall condition of your mouth. With proper care and maintenance, Valplast dentures can last for several years. However, periodic adjustments or repairs may be necessary over time to address changes in the mouth or any damage to the dentures.

Proper maintenance of Valplast dentures involves daily cleaning to remove plaque and food debris, as well as regular visits to the dentist for check-ups and professional cleanings. It’s essential to handle the dentures carefully and avoid exposing them to excessive heat or harsh chemicals, as this can damage the material. Additionally, store the dentures properly when not in use to prevent warping or distortion.