LABORATORY information:
FULL DENTURES

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When to use FiBER FORCE®
The acrylic resin used to make dentures is fragile. Dentures can break down from fatigue caused by continual micro-shocks while chewing. A denture can easily break if dropped, resulting in unpleasant and potentially embarrassing situations for denture wearers.

Now, you can prevent these situations from happening by processing Fiber Force dentures. Fiber Force dentures are 3 times more resistant to fracture. Fiber Force is significantly more resistant to fatigue break-down over time.



Though FiBER FORCE® is ideally suited for all new full dentures, it is particularly indicated anywhere traditional metal reinforcements are used:

  • Patient dentures are fitting well but are still breaking
  • A full denture combined with natural dentition in the opposing jaw
  • Thin dentures where vertical space is limited
  • Patients with strong bites
  • Removable implant-supported dentures


Patients don't want broken dentures - you can help your clients to avoid fitting broken denture emergencies into their busy days
FiBER FORCE® advantages
  • Significantly superior fatigue resistance
  • FiBER FORCE® flexes with natural chewing
  • Significantly superior fracture resistance
  • Virtually invisible (ultra-thin dentures) to invisible (traditional thickness dentures)
  • Light weight
  • FiBER FORCE® mesh chemically bonds to methacrylate resins
  • FiBER FORCE® is industrially pre-impregnated for superior chemical bonds
  • Unique patented process and materials customize and compress an ultra-thin FiBER FORCE® mesh within an acrylic “sandwich”
  • Fast lab process without delays in processing your dentures
  • Completely replaces previous cast reinforcements in “problem” situations without any of the inconveniences of metal
  • Metal free - nontoxic - non corrosive


FiBER FORCE® offers additional internal benefits to the laboratory:

  • A straightforward process that offers consistently successful results
  • Takes one case to learn the process
  • Takes about 20 minutes to do a complete reinforcement (slightly longer for implant cases)
  • No additional delays or outsourcing for cast reinforcements
  • No additional outsourcing of profits
  • A complete range of products for a wide variety of fiber-based applications
  • A Splintvac included through our web special offer that allows you to make thin, perfectly adapted reinforcements
How to get started
We have assembled everything that you need to start processing FiBER FORCE® full dentures, implant-supported dentures and dentures repairs into attractive starter kits. The full denture starter kit include the exclusive Splintvac forming unit (sold separately for $499). Since the Splintvac is an integral part of making successful FiBER FORCE® dentures, it is a necessary part of the starter kit.


Make every denture a FiBER FORCE® denture

With the full denture starter kit, you have everything you need to make approximately 7 full arch FiBER FORCE® dentures, and additional materials for as many as 12 denture repairs or for use with implant supported dentures or other denture applications.



To repair existing denture with FiBER FORCE®

If you prefer to working a few cases to see and feel how FiBER FORCE® works in your lab, we have a great Special Web offer available. Click below for more information. Each pack of FiBER FORCE® fibers contains sufficient material to complete approximately 6 denture repairs. The Splintvac, or additional supplies, are not necessary for denture repairs.


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Costs per unit
**Costs listed below are approximate cost for FiBER FORCE® materials alone and are based on purchasing 6 boxes at a time.**


Dentures:

Requires:

Cost:

Complete upper denture 1/3 to 1/2 package of FiBER FORCE® mesh $30-$44.50
Complete lower denture 1/3 package of FiBER FORCE® mesh $30
Complete upper denture with vestibular coverage 1/2 package of FiBER FORCE® mesh $44.50
Complete lower denture with vestibular coverage 1/3 to 1/2 package of FiBER FORCE® mesh $30-$44.50
Implant supported dentures In addition to complete denture costs listed above, implant supported dentures can require up to 6 inches of FiBER FORCE® braided fibers that are used to reinforce the abutments. additional $40
Denture repairs 2” of FiBER FORCE® fibers (UD, 2mm braid) $13



Note - Vestibular coverage:

Vestibular coverage is not necessary to make a stronger functioning denture. However, if a denture has FiBER FORCE® in the vestibular area, it is significantly more resistant to breaking if dropped.

Download product brochure (pdf)

Download and print or e-mail the latest FiBER FORCE® product brochure. It answers most of the questions that dentists have before prescribing FiBER FORCE® dentures for their patients.