If you find yourself missing natural teeth or suffer from severe dental issues, DFW Implant Center is here to provide you with a full, strong smile that will never disappoint thanks to zirconia dental bridges. Arlington implant dentist, Dr. Farhad Boltchi and the team at DFW Implant Center, wholeheartedly recommend zirconia for your full-mouth restorations.
Regain the joy of smiling, eating, and living confidently with a zirconia fixed bridge. Join us for the most preferred and effective dental restoration available.
Zirconia fixed bridges are dental restorations crafted using a single piece of solid zirconia. Zirconia, a ceramic material made from zirconium, possesses remarkable strength akin to titanium. Zirconia implant bridges are designed to replace multiple missing teeth and restore the function and appearance of your smile.
There are several benefits of zirconia implant bridges, such as:
Zirconia fixed bridges are an excellent option for individuals who desire a strong, reliable, and aesthetically pleasing restoration. Ideal candidates for zirconia fixed bridges may include those who:
During the consultation, our skilled periodontist, Dr. Boltchi, will evaluate your dental condition and determine if zirconia fixed bridges are suitable for you. We’ll discuss your medical history, dental anxiety, and expectations for the procedure.
Once we determine that zirconia fixed bridges are right for you, we’ll take impressions of your teeth and gums to create a customized design for your new teeth. We’ll also match the color of your new teeth to your natural teeth and gums.
To prepare for the zirconia fixed bridge installation, we will place dental implants into your jawbone. This process involves a minor surgical procedure that is performed under local anesthesia. We can also offer sedation dentistry options to help you stay relaxed and pain-free during the procedure. The implants will serve as the foundation for your new teeth.
Dr. Boltchi will then place your temporary bridge restoration. These will serve until your permanent Zirconia bridges are ready for placement.
Your temporary restoration will be removed and your new fixed Zirconia dental bridge will be placed out of office. DFW Implant Center will make adjustments to your dental bridge as needed so you can enjoy your fully restored smile for years.
To ensure the longevity and optimal performance of your zirconia fixed bridge, it’s crucial to follow proper aftercare and maintenance guidelines:
Zirconia fixed bridges can last for decades to a lifetime with proper care and maintenance. Be sure to follow your implant dentists’ instructions for aftercare and to see them regularly for dental exams to keep your zirconia implant bridge strong and beautiful.
Zirconia fixed bridges offer superior strength, durability, and aesthetics compared to traditional dentures. Your implant dentist will evaluate your condition and determine which solution best suits your needs.
The zirconia fixed bridge process is performed under local anesthesia, ensuring that you feel no pain during the procedure. Your dentist may also provide sedation dentistry options to help further ensure you stay pain-free and relaxed during your procedure.
Zirconia fixed bridges are permanently attached to dental implants and cannot be removed by the patient. However, they can be removed by a dentist if necessary.
Don’t let the burden of missing teeth continue to impact your smile and oral health. Reach out to Boltchi Perio Implant Concepts today at (907) 373-2440 and book a consultation with Dr. Boltchi. You can also fill out and submit our online contact form below and one of our friendly team members will get back to you shortly.
Learn more about the beauty and functionality of zirconia implant bridges! We’re conveniently here to help patients from Arlington and surrounding areas such as Irving, Fort Worth, and Grapevine, TX revitalize their smiles, enhance their chewing ability, and elevate their overall quality of life.
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