If you need your failing or missing teeth replaced and you aren’t interested in dentures, you have a permanent alternative with a zirconia fixed bridge of teeth attached to full mouth dental implants. This solution replaces your natural teeth with a new set that functions and looks like the real thing! Our oral surgeons at DCB Associates specialize in full mouth dental implants and consider a zirconia fixed bridge in Catonsville, MD to be the superior choice for replacing all your teeth. This bridge is manufactured from a block of zirconia, currently the strongest and most natural-looking material in implant dentistry, and fully customized to your smile.
Our oral surgeons have achieved the highest level of training in dental surgery and are considered the experts when it comes to full mouth reconstruction with dental implants. With extensive experience and skill in surgery, in addition to medical training for emergencies, oral surgeons are the most qualified to complete your full mouth treatment and provide you with superior results using proven restorations like the zirconia fixed bridge. With a new smile from our oral surgeons, you can enjoy a set of natural-looking, stable teeth that won’t chip or stain and experience an over 99% return of natural biting and chewing function. Truly the ideal choice for your missing teeth, dental implants, and a zirconia fixed bridge from our oral surgeons in Catonsville, MD can give you your life back—permanently!
Why Choose a Zirconia Fixed Bridge?
Stain and odor resistant
Biocompatible and nonporous
Precision designed for you
A Complete Return to Normal Function
Many patients find that their new zirconia fixed bridge is even stronger and more functional than their natural teeth. Because these prosthetics are fabricated from a single block of zirconia, they’re incredibly strong and durable. Dentures and some hybrids are made from porcelain teeth glued to an acrylic (plastic) base, but with a zirconia fixed bridge, you get the full support of a single-piece restoration and the amazing strength for biting and chewing, endurance for everyday wear and tear, and minimal risk of fracturing or cracking. When permanently attached to dental implants, this system will help ensure your jawbone remains stimulated and healthy, too.
A Full Restoration of Natural Aesthetics
Zirconia material also ensures that your new bridge of teeth retains the color and translucency of natural teeth. Unparalleled by any other material in implant dentistry, zirconia can be fully customized to your smile specifications and as a natural complement to your face, gum, and lip line, and even skin tone. Unlike acrylic and porcelain materials, the smooth and polished surface of the zirconia material will feel comfortable against your gums and resist staining. Choosing our zirconia fixed bridge in Catonsville, MD means choosing the superior smile restoration option and a strong, life-like set of teeth with the potential to last the rest of your life!
Affording a Zirconia Fixed Bridge
Zirconia fixed bridges with full mouth dental implants truly provide a life-changing new smile for our patients. Always striving to offer the latest techniques and technology to transform lives, we knew we couldn’t compromise on the materials we made available to you as well. Though these bridges are a more expensive solution than other options, we consider it to be your best choice due to its superior level of natural aesthetics and long-term strength. You’re choosing permanent function and beauty with a bridge of teeth completely customized to your smile and able to provide you with truly life-like results. We work diligently to make sure your treatment is affordable by partnering with third-party financing and dental insurance companies. Don’t let cost affect your decision. If you’re considering other options for replacing your teeth, reserve your consultation with our oral surgeons in Catonsville, MD
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