TCS for Happy Smiles

tcs may be the right choice for you

Adults are living longer and healthier lives, it is not unusual that people will lose one or more teeth in their lifetime, even more so as life expectancy continues to increase. Luckily there are plenty of options for tooth replacement, you do not have to worry about a denture compromising your smile. For many patients that are concerned about the reliability of temporary appliances such as flippers, revealing partials with metal clasps, or expensive options like implants that require invasive surgery and long healing periods, TCS removable dentures may be an ideal choice. 

When it comes to deciding on a replacement, many things are considered – i.e. cost, procedure, aesthetics, etc. Always consult your dentist before making major dental health decisions. 

TCS Removable Dentures may be an ideal choice for you.

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Partial dentures fill in the gaps created by missing teeth and help prevent your natural teeth from shifting. You will be happy to hear that a well-fitted partial denture can provide wonderful aesthetic and functionality. TCS flexible partials are usually fabricated without unsightly metal clasps that will compromise your smile. 

  • TCS flexible partials offer an ideal degree of flexibility which allows the partial(s) to flex with the natural contours of the mouth for maximum comfort.
  • TCS offers two base materials for flexible partial dentures: iFlex™ and Unbreakable™. 

Full dentures replace all missing teeth of either the upper arch, lower arch, or both. Full dentures function between the muscle forces of the lips, cheeks and tongue. Wearing a well-fitted denture is not only essential to your health, it will also rejuvenate your appearance.

  • Karadent™ is a technologically advanced resin used for the fabrication of full dentures. 

Important Facts

  • TCS is for Everyone

    Contrary to popular belief, dentures are not merely for elderly patients. Patients of any age may lose some or all of their teeth and need an affordable, aesthetic solution. You may be surprised at the number of people under the age of 35 that wear dentures as a permanent solution.
  • Emotional Impact

    Tooth loss can have an emotional impact on patients. Patients may feel negatively towards their mouth's functional ability and appearance. If you are experiencing physical or psychological emotions surrounding tooth loss, please consult your dentist and see if TCS is the solution for you.
  • Oral Hygiene

    Maintaining excellent oral hygiene is vital to caring for your appliance and oral health. Aside from regular dental checkups and brushing, daily appliance cleaning is necessary. Soaking and brushing your dentures with an effective, non-abrasive denture cleanser reduces levels or biofilm and potentially harmful bacteria and fungi.
  • TCS Resins

    Ill fitting dentures can slip and move around causing discomfort and embarrassment. TCS resins are processed using high pressure injection for a precise fit. TCS resins are monomer-free, making them an ideal choice for patients with sensitivity to traditional acrylic dentures.

Benefits of TCS Appliances

Lightweight and Comfortable.

TCS resins have properties that allow partials to be fabricated very thin without compromising durability, making them very flexible and comfortable for every day use. 

Aesthetic. Undetectable in the mouth.

TCS restorations are manufactured to blend naturally with a patients surrounding tissue and gums. A well designed and fabricated TCS appliance is unnoticeable in a patient's mouth.

BPA & Monomer Free.

TCS restorations are biocompatible and ideal for patients that are allergic to monomer found in acrylic dentures.


Unlike permanent tooth replacement options such as, crown/bridge and implants, TCS partials are non-invasive, making them ideal for patients with a low threshold for pain and/or for the elderly. The unique characteristics of TCS partials utilize the tissue undercuts and portions of abutment teeth for retention. 


TCS restorations can last a lifetime. Their unique characteristics allow for a break resistant and highly durable restoration. Natural changes in the mouth may require changes to the restoration. Eg. tooth addition. 

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TCS Flexible Partials & Full Dentures

Patients Love TCS

Jane Doe
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"I was absolutely elated with the immediate comfort and excellent fit. I have had them for a few months now, and could not be happier. Well worth the considerable wait to get this right. I have absolutely no loose fit, food lodging under bottom side, or difficulty pulling out of my mouth. I would recommend them to everybody."
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Samantha suffers from Ethler Danlos Syndrome, a genetic mutation that affects the entire body. As a result, she had several mouth tumors that caused her to loose some teeth. "Thanks to TCS I was able to avoid expensive surgery. I am really thankful that my TCS Partial was so affordable and that I finally have teeth. Thank you so much."
John Doe
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"I'm 56 years old. My TCS appliance is for a partial denture on the lower left side. I was worried on how long it would take me to get used to it. I was surprised at how comfortable it felt after the first day."
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"Because of gum disease I lost a few key teeth. Looked at implants but cost for just 3 would have been about $15,000 with crowns. My dentist introduced me to the TCS flexible partial at less than 20% cost of the implant. Had a few issues with the fit but now we've got it to where I hardly know it's there. It sits well in my mouth; stays in place when I eat and has made my life more normal again."
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"I just received my partial and I can't express how pleased I am with the fit and color. It fits absolutely PERFECT...Thank you so much for a wonderful smile! I couldn't be happier!"
John Doe
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"After many years of wearing an uncomfortable acrylic partial denture that would constantly break, my dentist prescribed me an iFlex. I can finally smile and eat without any worries."
Jane Doe
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"I love my TCS partial denture. It is comfortable, easy to care for, and best of all no one can tell I am wearing it."
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Develop a dental routine for preventative care

Rinse after every meal

Rinse after every meal

Rinse your appliance after each meal to remove food particles that may accumulate and cause discomfort or bacteria overgrowth.
Clean daily

Clean daily

The most effective method to keep your appliance clean is by using a soaking solution. Using a toothbrush and toothpaste, or similar cleaning products, may discolor or scratch the surface of the appliance causing micro-tears where bacteria can form in. Use a non-chlorinated, non-abrasive cleaner and a soft bristle brush to keep appliances looking and feeling like new..
Always soak

Always soak

Soak your appliance whenever it is not being used. Many appliances are made with materials that need moisture, to avoid warpage. To help appliances maintain their shape and pliability, soak appliances in water or a denture cleanser solution.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Sometimes a partial or denture can be delivered in as little as two visits, but usually, the average appliance is delivered in 4 visits. Approximately two to six weeks. 

TCS restorations are non-invasive, yet minimal discomfort may occur. For partial dentures sometimes preparations to the abutment teeth are necessary, but there is little discomfort associated with this procedure.

TCS restorations are designed to last a lifetime. Over time natural changes in your mouth may occur, should modifications be needed, TCS appliances can usually be adjusted rather than replaced.

Yes, however, it is best practice for patients to remove their appliance to sleep. You should not wear your appliance 24 hours a day without removing them for proper oral hygiene. Note: that some designs of dental appliances are not be recommended for overnight use, ask your dental professional.

Some foods may never be easy to chew with your appliance, but the combination of a properly designed and fitted appliance with TCS material’s durability and superior adaptation will give you the best chewing experience of any removable denture material available.   

Sometimes it is difficult to speak clearly with missing teeth therefore, the appliance may improve your speech clarity. Do not worry if you find it difficult to pronounce certain words, over time you will become accustomed to speaking properly with your new appliance.

We strongly recommend that you do not alter your appliance in any way. If adjustments are needed, please contact your dentist.

Partial dentures are normally easier to become accustomed to because they attach to your natural teeth, Full dentures require muscles to work in new ways to help stabilize and manipulate them. Denture wearers can feel completely comfortable with just a little practice.   

Dental implants are a possible alternative to dentures. Implants are surgically integrated into your jaw bone to hold a replacement tooth or bridge in place. Implants and bridges may resemble the “feel” of real teeth however, they are significantly more expensive than dentures and the process is invasive. Not all patients are good candidates for implants, so be sure to talk to your dentist about which treatment option is best for you. 

The American College of Prosthodontists (ACP) recommends that dentures be cleaned daily by soaking and brushing with an effective, non-abrasive denture cleanser to reduce levels of biofilm and potentially harmful bacteria and fungi. Learn about TCS Fresh’s Concentrated Dental Appliance Cleaner