Teeth of Choice?

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VictoryDental

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What is your choice of teeth for your dentures and partial dentures?
 
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Kris S.

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I like DB plus form myerson. They are one of the hardest teeth on the market and priced at about half the name brand teeth.
 
TheLabGuy

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Mostly use Tribos 501's (higher end) these days, then use Uhler plus's for repairs and single or just a couple teeth type of stuff. Lastly, I'll use Nano Phonare's on the big implant stuff, hope that helps. Might have to try the Vita Physiodens but it would be a tough sell to get me away from the Tribos's...those are a thing of beauty :)
 
JohnWilson

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Phonares for all of our Hybrids, they are holding up well compared to the other NHC teeth I have used in the past, I think its becuase of the ammount of PMMA in the ridgelap surface.

For our high end tissue supported appliances I use Physiodens, Phonares, Kulzer Mondials , every one of these brands have good points to them and I pick and choose based on what I am am trying to acomplish

For ecconomical I stock Ivostar and they are working out extreamly well for a cheap tooth.
 
Nowakdental

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The question should be asked what end of the spectrum are you looking for economy, basic, premium?
 
AJEL

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For Dentures or Partials. Vita Physiodens, Vita Pan , Implant or overdentures Vitapan anterior with Jenson Creapearl Posteriors if I need to go over an attachmet.
& for flippers or charity Kulzer Basics.
If a DDS requests I just do what they want I have a Bioblend case right now been a few months since I did one of those, I have a DDS that likes Portrait IPN he just has to give me extra time to order the teeth.
I have found the Heraenus Kulzer Basics seem to work rather well with flexible. Kris s. is a pro with flexibles I think I will try his suggestion of DB plus form myerson on a womens shelter case I have coming up at the end of the mo.
 
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johnny

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I've been making dentures for the same dentists for 11 years now, and she (and ALL her patients) absolutely LOVE Trubyte's Portrait IPN teeth! They are a bit pricey, but if you are interested, I'll tell you where I get the best price for them...
 
JohnWilson

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I've been making dentures for the same dentists for 11 years now, and she (and ALL her patients) absolutely LOVE Trubyte's Portrait IPN teeth! They are a bit pricey, but if you are interested, I'll tell you where I get the best price for them...
Johnny time to suggest a different line to your client, you will be shocked how much more esthetic denture teeth can be over the evil empires variety.
 
denturist-student

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@ smilesetter. I am in total agreement with this rational and prescription. The candulour or good posterior teeth and then Vita Physiodens are such great anterior teeth. The combination makes them the best. Have you tried the newer linguoforms? Setup on flat plan e for lowers and then use lingualized occlusion....Easy to setup. As well Ivoclar has a set out like a Trio which are quite easy to setup too.....Back lower are fused together so very quick setup.
 
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I don't like Portrait, find too much texturing on Physiodens and try to stay away from
Phonares or other NFC teeth esp. on implant hybrids I have to drill a hole through.
Seen too many debonding and rather stick to my Antaris/Postaris - still DCL and
prefer Chromoscop shade range. It is about $37 for Antaris, and if you want non-DCL
with PE (Pearl effect) you can pay $39 for the PE line - I don't think that's considered
economy teeth, right?
LCM
 
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