Dymon-Hue® HPT

Hardened Plastic Teeth

Dymon-Hue HPT (hardened plastic teeth) are manufactured with lifelike aesthetics that are blended to be similar to those of natural teeth.

Dymon-Hue HPT are made of high-quality synthetic resin. They are wear resistant, cross-linked and vacuum processed, and have superior hardness. The cross-linking system used is an interpenetrated, multilayered, intersectional polymer network that is solvent and heat resistant. The pigmented copolymer incorporates inorganic-type pigments that are color stable and unaffected by light or heat. The denture base side of the tooth extending to the neck portion is constructed of a solvent-resistant, softer polymer that assures a 100% chemical bond to all methyl methacrylate denture base acrylics. No diatoric retention is necessary.

Molds and Sizes

Dymon-Hue HPT are available in 35 anterior molds and 40 posterior molds, including 0° Planatomical™, 10° Symmetry™, 20° Semi Anatomical, and 33° Anatomical and Short-Bite. A new Extra-Large Anterior Mold, #268, has been added to further expand this line’s selection. They are also available in anatomical short-bite molds that provide the technician additional space, eliminating tooth adjustments in many cases.