In-office denture repairs

An independent study has shown that denture acrylic loses 40% of its fracture resistance after being repaired by traditional methods. Most often, repaired dentures will just break again.

By reinforcing the repair with FiBER FORCE® UD fibers, it is possible to add significant fracture and fatigue resistance to the repaired denture. A study has shown that repaired denture acrylic that is reinforced with UD pre-impregnated e-glass fibers (the material used to make FiBER FORCE®) was 58% stronger than the original acrylic and 166% stronger than acyclic repaired in a traditional method.

Lab denture repairs

If you're not doing your own denture repairs but sending them to a lab, you can request a FiBER FORCE® UD fiber reinforcement in your denture repair.

Don't settle for a repaired denture that has lost 40% of its original strength, or for a metal wire insertion that does little to nothing.


Your patients don't want broken dentures - you can avoid fitting these emergencies into your busy day

FiBER FORCE® advantages

Comparative fracture resistance of denture acrylic repairs

A
Repaired denture acrylic without fiber reinforcement 46.7 N
B
Repaired denture acrylic with woven pre-impregnated e-glass fibers 75.8 N
C
Control group (new denture acrylic) 78.6 N
D
Repaired denture acrylic with UD pre-impregnated e-glass fibers 124.4 N

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Patient Brochure

Print the downloadable .pdf to help your patients understand the benefits of FiBER FORCE®.

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