1. Omni Dent
  2. Dental prosthetics
  3. Partially removable dentures
  4. Cast Partial Dentures

Cast Partial Dentures

A removable partial denture usually consists of replacement teeth attached to a pink or gum-colored plastic base, which is sometimes connected by metal framework that holds the denture in place in the mouth. Partial dentures are used when one or more natural teeth remain in the upper or lower jaw.


 It is a type of removable partial denture which has a metal frame and gum colored acrylic covering the missing teeth area and adjacent tissue bearing the artificial teeth in position. They are biocompatible, comfortable and durable type of prosthesis. 
• Ideal in case of few natural teeth remaining and the patient cannot afford for a fixed prosthesis.
• Ideal in cases where there is less bone support

Partial dentures are made to replace missing teeth. Partial dentures can be made from different materials. Acrylic partial dentures can be tissue borne, that is resting on the gingiva only, or tooth borne, resting on teeth using metal clasps.

Cast partial dentures (cast metal frame)

Cast partial dentures are conventional cast (metal frame) partial denture with clasps and have milled crowns with cast partial denture and clasps. They are considered permanent dentures, lasting many years but require yearly recall so they can be checked for fitment and may need relining after a year or two.