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I would like to jump in here and point out some things about Nylon.
The previous answers address some of these in a discussion about "Partials" where wire clasps were mentioned. That is the old traditional way to help secure retention for a removable dental appliance. There are newer options to explore and that is why you should find a very knowledgeable Dentist that specializes in dentures. A "Prosthodontist" would be a good place to start. Here are the Newer Options you might explore.
NYLON- offers flexibility in long sections but does not have compressibility, which limits its use to lingual, palatal and buccal applications. Thus requiring relief of lingual, palatal and proximal undercuts resulting in lack of a close fit. Nylon also has a problem with bonding. Nothing seems to bond to it so repairs or additions are out of the question and a whole new appliance has to be fabricated. That will be a problem because of the tissue changes that will occur in your mouth throughout your life. More money to make a new appliance.
The cost of a partial plate depends on how much work is needed, such as crowning's or extraction. The cost can range from $500 to $1,000.
With today's technology, partial dentures can stay secure in your mouth and look natural without implants or messy adhesives, no matter how much or how little jawbone you have. The key is to have they made by a board certified denturist There are two types of partial dentures: removable and fixed. Removable partial dentures consist of a metal framework along the artificial teeth and metal clasps which hold the denture in position. Alternatively, the fixed partial denture, often referred to as a bridge, is cemented in the appropriate position. The bridge is preferred over removal partial dentures because the bridge tends to be more comfortable and better resembles natural teeth. On the flip side, the bridge requires healthy teeth for their support and are more expensive than the removable partial denture. If you are considering such a procedure for yourself, discuss both options with your dentist.
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i need to have a tooth added on to my partial plate
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"Store teeth" are false teeth -- denturesDentures or a partial plate.
Yes, food does stick to partial dentures. Maybe even worse than snaggly teeth.
Torbutrol is better, but they are both partial antagonists. Torbutrol is stronger and fells better. Both are partial antagonists. Suboxone is a partial as well. But Torbutrol feels better than Subox or Ultram but its not that different because its not a full antagonist like Vicodin, Percocet, Morphone, Methadone even.
As the ball end of the string begins to wear the bridge plate a common problem is flying bridge pins. Have you ever tried restringing your guitar only to have the pins pop or fly out when tuning the string to tension? Usually, when a bridge pin will not stay put, wear on the bridge plate is allowing the ball end of the string to pull up and into the plate instead of locking itself against the plate. It could also be a very poorly fitting pin. If wear on the bridge plate is extensive a bridge plate veneer or plugs can help. Another tip which is quite helpful in this instance is to bend a slight hook in the end of the string when replacing the strings. This small "hook" will help the string to catch the edge of the plate and avoid being pulled up into the plate. When the ball end of a string wants to pull into the bridge plate hole the bridge pin must then smash or wedge the string in the hole to prevent it's slippage. Ideally the ball end of the string hooks around the edge of the plate and the bridge pin holds it there. On an instrument without problems or excessive wear it is even possible to remove a few treble string bridge pins when it is strung to tension. Though I do not recommend it, it illustrates the physics.