Beautiful And Discreet.
Chew With Confidence.
Typical partial dentures are secured in the mouth with metal clasps. Depending on the teeth being replaced, the clasps can stand out, drawing attention to the dentures. Comfort Connect uses a colored base material that blends in with your gums for a natural look that won't stand out when you open your mouth.
Additionally, Comfort Connect features a soft cushion custom-made to fit your mouth, making biting and chewing a breeze.
Versatile Partial Dentures For 3 Or More Teeth
Comfort Connect can be used to replace between 3 and 13 teeth in the front, back, top or bottom of the mouth. (※Wisdom teeth not included) When replacing 1 - 2 teeth, please use Comfort Socket. For complete dentures, please use Comfort Complete.
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Actual prices may vary. For more information, please contact a dental practitioner.
Chew Confidently In Comfort
While most removable dentures have a hard plastic base, Comfort dentures use a soft silicone cushion. This cushion reduces the pressure on your gums, protecting you from pain when you bite down. Eat what you want in comfort. Chew even hard foods with confidence.
No Surgery Required.
Custom Made For Your Mouth.
Unlike implants, there is no need to worry about surgery when using the Comfort series. Comfort dentures are made by taking an impression of your mouth at your dental practitioner's office. This impression is then used to make custom dentures lined with a soft silicone cushion.
Stable And Secure.
Fits Like A Glove.
Comfort's special silicone lining is custom-made to fit your mouth. The elasticity of the soft silicone acts like a suction cup, sticking firmly in place and resisting both up-and-down as well as side-to-side chewing motions.
Comfort fits snugly in the mouth whether talking or eating. With Comfort, you can confidently eat foods that might get stuck under other dentures.
100% Custom Made By Japanese Technicians
After your dentist has taken an impression of your mouth, the mold is sent to Japan, where Japanese technicians work by hand to create a custom denture. The finished product is a high-precision denture shaped specifically to your mouth.