Upper and lower posteriors zeby wymiarylogoAlmamiss

Nr Foto A B
650 B_650.psd 32,4 8,1
33,4 7,9
700 B_700.psd 29,7 8,3
31,8 7,6
760 B_760.psd 31,2 7,9
35,0 8,3
780 B_760.psd 33,2 8,9
36,2 8,8
790 B_790.psd 33,5 8,4
36,0 8,7

Combination chart<

210 104,106 650,700
220 106,108 650,700
250 108,110 650,760
270 110,111 780,790
271 110,111 780,790
273 110,111 780,790
320 104,106 650,700
322 104,106 650,700
330 104,106 650,700
350 106, 108 650,700
351 106, 108,110 650,700,760
352 106,108 650,700
353 106, 108 650,700
354 106, 108 650,700
355 106,108 650,700,760
356 106,108,110 650,700,760
357 106,108 650,700
358 106,108,110 650,700,760
370 108,110 650,760
371 108,110 650,760
372 108,110 650,760
373 108,110 650,760
400 110,111 780,790
401 110,111 780,790
412 110,111 780,790
413 110,111 780,790
415 110,111 780,790

Data and packaging

ALMAMISS teeth can be used for different kinds of prosthetic dentures. Their three - layer structure, differentiated surface of dentin, enamel transparency and luminosity of anterior teeth ensure that ALMAMISS teeth perfectly imitate natural ones. The cusps of posterior teeth have been shaped to ensure anatomical multipoint occlusion. Thanks to the new enamel formula based on double cross - linked IPN-type polymers and to the enhancement of the mechanical properties of the dentin, ALMAMISS teeth are highly abrasion - and impact - resistant. By carefully controlling the degree of cross - linking in the tooth structure, we ensure that ALMAMISS teeth are characterised by excellent adhesion to the denture and that they maintain excellent interlaminar adhesion as well. ALMAMISS teeth are manufactured in 26 moulds in universal V shades (A1-D4) and in 9 moulds in two bleached shades OM1 and OM3.


  1. Anterior teeth:
    • individual box 48 teeth (8 plates in the same shade and mould)
  2. Posterior teeth:
    • individual box 48 teeth (6 plates in the same shade and mould).

Almamiss teeth are sold also in individual anterior and posterior sets (6 or 8 teeth respectively).

Instruction, order form and mould chart

ALMAMISS acrylic teeth have been designed for use in all types of prosthetic dentures. The teeth consist of three layers (neck, dentine and enamel), imitating the structure of natural teeth and like the natural ones have a fluorescent effect. ALMAMISS anterior teeth have differentiated final surface with transparent and luminous enamel. The posterior teeth have true anatomic features and the design of their cusps enables multipoint contact. Thanks to the new enamel formula based on double cross-linked IPN type polymers and to the enhancement of mechanical properties of the dentin, ALMAMISS teeth are highly abrasion and impact resistant. They are manufactured in all universal V shades (A1-D4). In order to ensure a good bonding of the tooth to the denture base ALMAMISS posteriors have a deep transversal relief. In case of grounding down of this relief making of deep retention is recommended to provide a good bonding of the dentin which is very hard to the denture base. Before setting the teeth in the denture plate any wax residues should be removed with boiling water and the teeth degreased with an acrylic monomer. The teeth can withstand temperatures of up to 100°C and after the polymerization process bonding them with the denture plate they retain a glossy surface, which can be easily polished.

ALMAMISS teeth meet the requirements of the international standards EN ISO 22112 and EN ISO 7491. There is a potential hazard, however, in breathing in the dust by the technician during grinding or polishing work. It is therefore recommended that a suitable extraction system is used and a dust mask worn during such work.

ALMAMISS teeth should be stored in their original packaging in a clean, dry place away from the sunlight or a source of heat. They must be used within 10 years from the date of manufacture mainly due to possible deterioration of the packaging.

The manufacturer recommends that the following guidelines be included among the instructions for the patient:

  • Acrylic teeth dentures should be cleaned with a tooth brush using an ordinary tooth paste or other substances specially formulated for denture cleansing.
  • Damaged dentures should only be repaired by a suitably qualified person (dentist, dental technician or a denturist).
  • In order to avoid any damage to its surface dentures should not be immersed in any strongly alkaline or acidic substances.
  • Patients are advised to have their prosthetic dentures checked periodically by a dentist.