Restore your patient’s confidence with our comfortable, affordable Bayflex™ partial.
Bayflex™ partial dentures by Bayshore Dental Studio offers improved aesthetics, fit, and longevity that set it apart from other flexible partials on the market. Bayshore Dental Studio’s experience with Bayflex™ material, allows for flawless relines and tooth additions to existing appliances, making it the most adjustable partial on the market today. Patients appreciate this long-term value and versatility.
In a recent study, 93% of 14 CR Evaluators stated they would incorporate Bayflex Partial into their practice.
Because material thickness and the design of a clasp play an important role in providing retention and stability to a Bayflex™ Flexible Partial Denture, it is important to exercise caution when adjusting a Bayflex™ clasp. In many cases it may not be necessary to adjust the thickness or gingival extension of a Bayflex clasp as this could change the flexibility of the material. If a clasp fits too tight in the patient’s mouth it is recommended to place the clasp in hot water for 60 seconds then bend the clasp outwards and allow it to cool down gradually to relax the elastic memory of the material. If a clasp is too loose you may use the same technique, bending the clasp inwards to tighten it.
In some cases it may be necessary to provide minor relief to the denture in order to provide a better fit and increased comfort to the patient. This may be done by using the #13 Bur Green Stone on a slow speed hand piece to relieve the denture surfaces and borders. A constant motion of the bur over the material contact surface will yield a very smooth surface that usually does not require re-polishing.
To add teeth to Bayflex™, take an alginate impression with the case in place in the mouth. Remove the case from the mouth while still in the impression, making sure that all pastes and adhesives have been removed and the partial is fully seated in the impression. Pour the model promptly and forward it to Bayshore Dental Studio with your prescription. To rebase a Bayflex™ partial, begin by taking a rubber base impression underneath the case. The patient’s mouth should be closed to ensure full and correct occlusion as the rubber base material sets. When the rubber base has set, take an overall alginate impression and remove the case from the mouth making sure that the case is still properly positioned in the impression. Pour the model promptly and forward to the laboratory without separating the denture from the model.
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