The Ezifit Denture
Would you like an easy and relatively inexpensive way to fill that annoying gap in your smile? Well, look no further. We are the only clinic in the Tweed region and lower Gold Coast to offer this amazing flexible partial denture solution for you!
What is an Ezifit Denture?
The Ezifit partial denture is a small, flexible, unilateral device which clicks easily in place to fill gaps of one to three missing teeth. The Ezifit partial denture has no metal clasps but rather, virtually invisible, gum coloured clasps. But its benefits don’t stop there.
The Benefits of the Ezifit Denture
Made with cutting edge Vertex Thermosens injection technology, the Ezifit partial denture doesn’t stain, is virtually unbreakable and contains no monomer or acrylic.
So, what does this mean?
- It means that because it’s made with the polyamide microcrystalline, there is less likelihood of an allergic reaction.
- It means the Ezifit partial denture is virtually unbreakable if accidentally dropped or sat on.
- It means with the help of your prosthetist, you can choose your gum colour.
- Even better, it means the Ezifit partial denture is an inexpensive alternative to dental implants.
How much does the Ezifit Denture cost?
The cost of the Ezifit partial denture will depend on how many teeth you require. An obligation free consultation will clarify your needs and Dr Paul can give you a quote on the spot. Alternatively, use our ‘get a quote’ option on our website for an idea of cost. The price for an Ezifit partial denture begins from $1000.
|721/722||The Ezifit Denture (upper or lower)||$1050 (from)|
How does the Ezifit Denture compare to other partial dentures?
How does the Ezifit Denture compare with dental implants?
Dental implants have their place in addressing the issue of missing teeth. But not everyone is a suitable candidate. For various health reasons like bone loss, some people are unable to have dental implants. Even in seemingly healthy candidates, there is a risk of the body rejecting the implant.
When it comes to cost, the Ezifit flexible denture is the perfect and inexpensive alternative to dental implants. Bone grafts are often needed for a dental implant. A single dental implant can cost between $2800 and $6500. Whereas a more complicated single dental implant with the need for a bone graft and /or sinus lift can cost between $4000 and $11500 (ref).
In addition, the process of having an Ezifit partial denture custom-made for you is relatively quick and easy, taking around 3 weeks to complete. This compares favourably to the lengthier and more complex process for dental implants, taking from 3-6 months to complete the graft, and up to 12 months for the full procedure. The Ezifit partial denture, on the other hand, doesn’t rely on bone structure to be effective.
Flexible Partial Denture Pros and Cons
What’s so good about the Vertex Thermosens denture base used for the Ezifit flexible partial denture?
Think price, superior flexibility, great colour range, superior colour stability, hyperallergic, repairability and non-porous making it a more hygienic and stain resistant choice of denture base. What more could you want? Oh, did I mention the Ezifit flexible partial denture constructed with Thermosens technology is virtually unbreakable? According to the Vertex manufacturer, the Thermosens flexible denture base is beyond comparison with any other product on the market today, for strength, aesthetics, and comfort. The Ezifit is only suitable for one to three missing teeth.
Thermosens versus Valplast
|Features||ThermoSens Denture Base||Valplast Denture Base|
|Monomer-free and acrylic free||Yes||No|
|Range of gum colours||Yes||No|
|Superior colour stability||Yes||No|
|Can be relined and added to||Yes||No|
There are many advantages Vertex Thermosens technology has over other denture base materials when it comes to flexible partial dentures. Thermosens is monomer free which is good news for those concerned about allergies. Importantly, Thermosens is not porous. Its hydrophobic qualities mean it won’t absorb saliva or mouth bacteria. Unlike more porous, conventional acrylic or monomer dentures such as the Valplast denture, your Thermosens Ezifit partial denture will remain hygienic and smell fresh for years.
Furthermore, a Thermosens partial denture can be repaired or added to which is not the case for the partial denture made with Valplast. Thermosens also offers a range of stable colours its competitors can only dream of.
To begin, our dental prosthetist, Dr Paul, will assess your mouth and discuss your suitability for the Ezifit partial denture with you, in your first free and without obligation consultation. He will explain the benefits and address any questions you may have.
During the second appointment, an impression of your mouth will be taken using custom impression trays filled with a malleable material which records your exact mouth geography. This is a really important part of the process and impacts directly on the end result. This is why you must have an experienced and competent prosthetist like Dr Paul.
During your final appointment, Dr Paul will fit your Ezifit partial denture and show you the effortless way of clicking this unilateral, flexible denture in and out for ease of cleaning.
Cleaning your Ezifit Denture
Patients relate how pleased they are to be able to click their Ezifit partial denture out, run it under tepid water, then return it to their mouth so unobtrusively. More thorough cleaning with a soft brush and non-abrasive cleaner can be done each night before retiring. The flexible partial denture can be left on a towel to dry. Next morning, just pop your flexible Ezi-fit denture back into your mouth and your smile is good to go again.
A free consultation with our prosthetist will determine if The Ezifit Denture is the solution for you.
Read about one patient’s Ezifit denture experience.