Born from Makevale’s innovative material architecture, our Heat cure and pourable high impact acrylic dentures are high quality and exceptionally strong. All our High Impact materials exceed the ISO Standard for Fracture toughness and Fracture of work.

The unique formulation of encapsulated nano-sized molecules allows our high impact denture base to absorb large impacts while possessing exceptional flexural strength. Makevale’s ability to finely control its manufacturing processes also eliminates porosity.

Our materials for high impact acrylic dentures are user friendly and safe, conforming to all known European and US regulations.

Sales

We accept minimum orders of £3000 or 300kg, depending on which is the greater quantity. Prices vary depending on the quantity ordered.

If you are based in the USA and wish to buy Makevale materials, please visit St. George Technology.

Data sheets and certificates

If you require a data sheet or a certificate for any of our polymers, please contact us.

Benefits

  • Extremely High Impact and Flexural Strength
  • Range of lifelike shades
  • Long term colour stability
  • Cadmium free
  • Flexible curing options
  • Low residual monomer

High Impact Dentures

Our materials for high impact acrylic dentures are developed for dental companies to incorporate into their High Impact product ranges. In North America we also market Ultra-Hi Heat Cure Dental Base and Hi-Impact Pourable Dental Base to distributors and end users through our subsidiary St. George Technology.

The Hi-Impact Pourable Denture Base is the world’s first pourable material to meet the requirements of the ISO Standard for both the Fracture Toughness and Fracture of Work. It allows dental labs to achieve higher quality and higher productivity without sacrificing the cost and convenience of pourable resins.

Success story

A client was using a high impact material from another manufacturer with good handling characteristics. However, it suffered from long term degradation causing colour instability (yellowing) and the loss of its high impact resistance. We developed for them a high impact polymer with excellent colour stability, which did not suffer from degradation, whilst at the same time retaining optimum handling characteristics.

Our Research & Development Team

If you would like to know more about our materials for high impact acrylic dentures or to request detailed specification sheets and instructions, please get in touch with our R&D team.