How Effective Are ComfiLyte Dentures?

How Effective Are ComfiLyte Dentures?
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Table of Contents

  1. How Dentures Work
  2. What Are ComfiLyte Dentures?
  3. How Do They Fit?
  4. Are They Available as Implants?
  5. Where Can You Get Them?
  6. ComfiLyte vs Other Dentures
  7. Cost
  8. References
One type of dentures you may have seen are ComfiLyte Dentures from Aspen Dental. Aspen Dental claims these are their most durable and comfortable prosthetics. They’re a popular choice among individuals looking for a premium, natural-feeling set of dentures.

How Dentures Work

Dentures are removable prosthetic devices that replace missing or lost teeth. 

The two main types of dentures are full dentures (which replace a full mouth of teeth) and partial dentures (which replace some missing teeth). Dentures are crafted using an impression of your mouth to create a custom fit that suits your mouth and jaw.

If you’ve chosen to fix your bite or smile with dentures, you may be overwhelmed by the many different brands and materials available to you. 

Today, there are more dentures on the market than ever before. Denture technology has advanced as well, with many options providing a more natural and comfortable fit and attractive bite and smile.

What Are ComfiLyte Dentures?

ComfiLyte Dentures are dentures offered by Aspen Dental.

According to Aspen Dental, they are created from high-grade materials using a heat-injected mold method. The material is light yet durable material and injected into the custom-made form using high pressure. It is then heat-cured to create a set of prosthetics that’s highly customized and built to last.

How Do ComfiLyte Dentures Fit?

Aspen Dental claims their ComfiLyte Dentures offer an extremely comfortable fit. These are some factors that may make ComfiLyte Dentures a better-fitting denture:

  • Heat-injected manufacturing process: The precision that a heat-injected molding process provides may allow for the denture base to fit better. It is also more efficient and may reduce errors or problem spots in the finished set of dentures.
  • Gum personalization: Aspen Dental offers a customized gum fit, so the contours and curves of the gums are included in the denture design. This helps to create the most genuine-feeling fit and reduces the risk of gum irritation or denture stomatitis, a gum condition common among denture-wearers.
  • Premium materials: Aspen Dental claims their ComfiLyte dentures are made from highest-grade materials, among the lightest and most durable ever made for dentures.

Aspen Dental’s fitting process for ComfiLyte dentures is also designed to offer the best possible fit. The process includes the following components:

  • Impressions: A model is made from your mouth using pre-sized trays or your existing dentures.
  • Bite registration: After biting into a wax block, measurements are made to ensure your new dentures will fit your mouth and jaw without affecting your bite. 
  • Wax try-in: You’ll try on a wax preview of your new set of prosthetics to ensure that they’re functional and natural feeling.
  • Extraction: If any extractions are needed, they will be performed.
  • Insertion: The newly crafted dentures are placed in the mouth and can be removed as needed.

Are ComfiLyte Dentures Available as Implants?

Yes. Aspen Dental offers Implant SecureFit ComfiLyte dentures for those needing implants or desiring an even more natural fit. 

With Implant SecureFit ComfiLyte dentures, dental implants are inserted securely into the jawbone. With time, your bone will heal around the implants, providing strength and structure to your jaw and mouth. The dentures can then easily attach to the implants by snapping in, without any glue or adhesives. 

For those with missing teeth, dental implants can provide many benefits, including these:

  • Reducing denture slippage
  • Preventing your mouth or bite from shifting
  • Improving your quality of life by making eating and speaking easier
  • Helping dentures to look and feel more natural
  • Preserving your jawbone and mouth stability

Where Can You Get ComfiLyte Dentures?

ComfiLyte Dentures are available from many licensed dentists across the country. Talk to your dentist about whether they offer Aspen Dental’s ComfiLytes or schedule an appointment on Aspen Dental’s website to find a provider in your area.

How Are ComfiLyte Dentures Different from Other Dentures?

In addition to the high-grade materials, heat-injected mold process, and a highly customized fitting procedure, ComfiLytes offer the following:

  • A selection of stain-resistant shades to match natural teeth shades
  • Gum color matching 
  • A 7-year warranty
  • A money-back guarantee
  • A free annual denture cleaning

How Much Do ComfiLyte Dentures Cost?

The cost of ComfiLyte dentures will vary depending on a number of factors, including your location, the complexity of your dental problems, and your dentist. Generally, new ComfiLyte dentures start at around $1,616 per arch for new dentures and at around $1,520 per arch for replacement dentures.


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Disclaimer: This article is intended to promote understanding of and knowledge about general oral health topics. It is not intended to serve as dental or other professional health advice and is not intended to be used for diagnosis or treatment of any condition or symptom. You should consult a dentist or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment.