With the announcement of its one-day cast partial denture service, Minuk Digital Denture & Implant Centre is providing clients with a more lightweight and durable alternative to traditional cast partial dentures that can be made in a fraction of the time. The dentures are created with the assistance of innovative 3D scanners, CAD software, milling, and 3D printing.
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Generally speaking, traditional cast partial dentures can take up to two weeks to fabricate. Impressions have to be made, frameworks have to be fitted, and wax samples need to be tested before the final denture can be made. Minuk Digital Denture & Implant Centre’s one-day cast partial denture service shortens this process significantly and produces a denture that is stronger, more comfortable, and better fitting.
After an initial consultation, the client’s teeth are scanned. This scan is then sent to the design software where the rendering of the denture can be modified or fine-tuned as needed. Once ready, the final denture is fabricated using a 3D printer or milling machine. After some final adjustments and fittings, the denture is ready for wear.
Instead of standard acrylics, the one-day cast partial dentures are made out of premium nano-composite materials, which are more commonly used in high-impact restorations such as crowns, bridges, and veneers. Also unlike traditional cast partial dentures, which use individual stock teeth, the one-day digital dentures are connected to each other which makes them much stronger.
The fit of the one-day cast partial digital dentures is also far superior to traditional cast partial dentures. The acrylic in traditional dentures shrinks during the curing process, which can affect sizing and comfort. The digital denture process eliminates this shrinkage by pre-curing the materials into highly-compressed discs. Digital dentures are also more wear-resistant and less porous.
“Over the past 30 years I have had several sets of dentures with various problems,” said a satisfied client. “At Minuk Denture & Implant Centre the procedures and alternatives were carefully explained, and when a decision was reached, the dentures provided were by far the most comfortable and attractive that I have ever had.”
About Minuk Digital Denture & Implant Centre
A family-owned and operated business, Minuk Digital Denture & Implant Centre was opened in 1977. Since then their team of denturists has created over 100,000 smiles. They are committed to using state-of-the-art materials and processes to ensure clients get the smiles they desire.
Interested parties can find more information at https://minukdenture.com
Minuk Digital Denture & Implant Centre
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