DuraFlex partials virtually disappear into the mouth, making them the number-one choice of removable flexible partials. In this free webinar, you’ll learn why knowing the perks of partials will help you make the best decisions for your dental office.
Though oral health education has led to fewer people over 65 with missing teeth, the 65+ age group is increasing as a result of better health care. As of 2015, there are around 2.8 to 3.6 million cases of removable partial dentures a year, with that number expected to grow within the 65+ population group by 2% a year through 2020. That means flexibles could reach 50% to 60% of the market over the next five to 10 years, according to Scott McMillen, the U.S. Sales Director of Meyerson LLC.
Knowing the perks of partials will help you make the best decisions for your dental office. In this free webinar from DuraFlex, you’ll learn the science behind the flexible partial theory as well as the simplicity and esthetics of removable partial dentures.
With a long-term function and the elimination of fulcrum effects and its associated stresses, removable partial dentures is something you should look into.