A removable cast metal framework consists of 2 main parts are jaw base and the denture. However, this type of restoration is designed with hooks resting on the chewing surface of the natural teeth and a metal arc (it can be Cr – Co, Ni – Cr, or Titanium alloy) leaning close to the anterior tooth arch to create more stability than traditional flexible plastic jaws.
Dentures attached to the jaw frame are porcelain teeth or plastic teeth, depending on the customer’s choice.
The dentists usually recommend removable cast metal framework to people who have lost a few teeth or groups of teeth on the arch.
Flexible RPD denture materials are not made of acrylic like traditional metal-cast RPDs. Instead, they use a thin thermoplastic, like nylon. The nylon-based materials were first introduced in the 1950s by Valplast and have been an option for partial dentures ever since, particularly for patients allergic to acrylics.
Removable dentures are a prosthesis placed in the mouth containing replacement teeth, typically mounted in a base made of a pink gum-colored resin formed to an exact fit over your existing gums. They are designed to be removable without the assistance of a dental professional.
Orthodontics is a dental specialty focused on aligning your bite and straightening your teeth. You might need to see an orthodontist if you have crooked, overlapped, twisted or gapped teeth. Common orthodontic treatments include traditional braces, clear aligners and removable retainers.