Why not to get a Nesbit partial denture

A Nesbit denture is a type of partial denture that’s used to replace missing teeth in the back of the mouth. Nesbit partials use flexible or acrylic clasps to attach to nearby healthy natural teeth. Many dentists do not recommend Nesbit partials because they put a lot of pressure on the surrounding teeth and are more likely than other types of partials to become dislodged.

Furthermore, is that it is so small and removable, which makes it a risk for swallowing or otherwise losing it. The Nesbit partial used to be made with metal clasps, which added to the risk because these prongs could easily create a puncture in the digestive tract, causing a very serious situation that could require surgical intervention. The flexible Nesbit tooth replacement is safer but not without risk. Many people prefer a flexible partial denture which carries less risk.

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