Humankind has been searching for the best method of replacing missing teeth for as long as they have been losing them. Human fossils dating back to the ancient civilizations of the Meso-Americans, Egyptians, and Chinese reveal evidence of single and multiple tooth replacements. Thankfully, as human civilization has advanced, so has its dental technology, and we now have a truly permanent means of replacing missing teeth with implants instead of dentures, Exclusively Provided by LifeSmiles® in Houston through the revolutionary Teeth Tomorrow® system!
Traditional removable dentures are taken out of the mouth at night for cleaning and disinfecting (what we think of when we imagine a set of denture teeth on the nightstand in a glass of water), and reinserted in the morning with the aid of a denture adhesive. Fixed dentures supported by a series of dental implants are a more comprehensive method of replacing missing or failing teeth, and can only be removed or adjusted by a qualified dental practitioner.
Traditional fixed implant-supported dentures are made up of acrylic gums and porcelain teeth. These are more fragile and prone to breaking down over time due to movement while talking and eating.
Every Teeth Tomorrow® Prettau® Zirconia full-arch dental implant bridge provided by LifeSmiles is composed of a state-of-the-art material designed to resist chips and fractures, while still permanently bonding with custom shades and colors to produce the natural appearance of healthy teeth and gums.
Prettau® Zirconia is designed to be the most permanent dental implant solution to replacing missing or failing teeth. It is stronger and much more durable than acrylic, while remaining flexible enough to be sculpted and shaped for your specific smile restoration. It is non-porous, doesn’t stain, and doesn’t attract plaque or bacteria, so you don’t ever have to worry about bad breath, gum disease, or any other dental conditions that affect your overall health.
It’s time for you to rid yourself of the pain associated with missing or failing teeth, and start enjoying your favorite foods and being proud of your smile again.