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Benefits of Implant Supported Bridge

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Change your life with All-on-4 Dental Implants

Tara transformed her smile and her life with upper and lower permanent fixed bridges (also called Same Day Smile or All-on-4).

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What is a Dental Bridge?

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A dental bridge is a fixed dental restoration used to replace one or more missing teeth. It consists of artificial teeth, called pontics, that are anchored or supported by adjacent natural teeth or dental implants. The pontics fill the gap created by missing teeth, while the supporting teeth or implants, known as abutments, provide stability and hold the bridge in place.

Why Should You Choose Dental Implant Bridges?

With proper care, your restoration can last a lifetime. ​Zirconia implant-supported bridges are designed to never chip, break, change color, or wear down. It is also naturally resistant to plaque and tartar and easy to maintain.


Natural Aesthetics


Improved Oral Health

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What is a Zirconia Implant Bridge

A zirconia implant bridge is a type of dental prosthesis used to replace multiple missing teeth in the mouth. It is supported by dental implants, which are artificial tooth roots that are surgically placed into the jawbone.

Zirconia is a durable and biocompatible material that is commonly used in dentistry for its strength and natural tooth-like appearance. It is a type of ceramic material that is resistant to wear, fracture, and corrosion. Zirconia implants are known for their high success rates and long-term stability.

The zirconia implant bridge consists of two main components: the dental implants and the bridge itself. The implants serve as anchors for the bridge, providing a secure foundation. The bridge, which is made of zirconia, is a fixed prosthesis that spans the gap created by missing teeth and is attached to the implants.

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A Solution for Several Conditions:

Missing Teeth

Losing multiple teeth can jeopardize your oral health and lead to further tooth loss. A Prettau bridge is highly recommended because it replaces teeth from root to crown.

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Widespread Decay

Decay can spread, taking over the majority of your smile. If most of the teeth in an arch are compromised, an implant-supported bridge may be the ideal solution.

Damage or Trauma

If you have suffered an injury that has broken several or most of your teeth, we may recommend a zirconia bridge to replace them and restore full function to your smile.

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Qualified for Same Day Smile

helping patients discover and learn more about the transformative benefits of Same Day Smile. Our highly skilled dental professionals are dedicated to providing exceptional care and ensuring that each patient’s unique needs and goals are met.

Have Sufficient Bone Tissue

Bone recession is a common side effect of missing teeth. Fortunately, dental implants work even if you have sustained jawbone atrophy. While you would need bone grafting in order to qualify for traditional implants, you can skip these extra steps.

Be in Good Health

Oral health issues, such as gum disease, and health concerns, such as diabetes, can affect the success of your implants. Be sure to discuss your full medical and dental history with our team during your initial implant consultation.

Avoid Smoking

Smoking and other tobacco use can significantly increase the chance of complications after implant surgery. For this reason, we strongly recommend quitting the habit at least a few months before your procedure.

Zirconia Bridges Offer Unrivaled Strength and Cosmetics

Zirconia implant-supported bridges are one of the strongest and most natural-looking restorations available. Unlike traditional prostheses, zirconia bridges (also known as All-on-x bridges) are held in place by artificial tooth roots and made from an incredibly durable and lifelike material. Using the Teeth in a Day method, we can rebuild your smile with a stunning All-on-x bridge in a single appointment.

Overall, zirconia implant-supported bridges provide a combination of strength, aesthetics, and convenience. They are an excellent choice for individuals seeking a durable and lifelike restoration that can enhance both their oral health and overall quality of life.

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What does a All-On-X bridge look like?

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All-On-X bridge is a type of zirconia implant-supported bridge known for its exceptional aesthetics and natural appearance. It is made from high-quality zirconia, a ceramic material that closely resembles the color, translucency, and texture of natural teeth.

The All-On-X bridge is custom-designed and fabricated to suit each patient's unique dental anatomy and desired outcome. It typically consists of a solid, monolithic structure that spans the gap created by missing teeth and attaches to the dental implants. The bridge is carefully crafted to blend seamlessly with the surrounding teeth, ensuring a harmonious and natural-looking smile.

It's worth noting that the exact design and aesthetics of a All-On-X bridge may vary depending on the specific needs and preferences of each patient. The bridge is custom-made based on factors such as the number of missing teeth, the condition of the surrounding teeth and gums, and the desired outcome of the patient.

Overall, a All-On-X bridge is a high-quality zirconia implant-supported bridge that offers a natural-looking, durable, and aesthetically pleasing solution for individuals seeking to restore their smile and oral function.

Zirconia Bridges Offer Unrivaled Strength and Cosmetics

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At Smiles for Life, we incorporate innovative dental technology into all our dental implant procedures. When planning your implant treatment at our Bridgewater or Staunton office, our dentists use low-radiation digital x-rays and computed tomography (CT) scans to assess every aspect of your smile. This technology allows us to perform virtually every aspect of your dental implant treatment in our office. Often, we can create a digital simulation of your expected results, so you can feel confident about your decision to proceed with the procedure.

Hear about Jim's Implant Journey

Jim has upper and lower permanent fixed bridges (also called All-on-4 or Same Day Smile).

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The Zirconia Implant-Supported Bridge® Timeline

What to Expect
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Dental Implants Placement

The first step involves the surgical placement of dental implants. For an upper-arch Prettau Bridge, six dental implants are typically used, while a lower-arch version is supported with five implants. 3-D computerized tomography (CT) scans are used to determine the optimal locations for implant placement.
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After the implant placement, a healing period is necessary to allow the implants to fuse with the jawbone. This process, called osseointegration, ensures a strong and stable foundation for the bridge. The duration of the healing phase can vary but generally takes several months.
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Once the healing phase is complete, you will return to the dental practice for the next phase of treatment. At this stage, your dentist will evaluate the implants and ensure they have successfully integrated with the jawbone. The fit of the zirconia implant-supported bridge will be checked to ensure proper alignment and occlusion.
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Securing the bridge

After confirming a proper fit, the zirconia implant-supported bridge will be securely attached to the dental implants. Your dentist will use appropriate dental adhesive or screws to firmly fix the bridge in place. This step completes the treatment process.
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Meet The Team

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Our Smiles for Life Patients Know

That They Can Rely On Us
Linda Clague

Alex, . Morgan, and Dr Geo are very personable and professional. I felt very relaxed the entire visit.I especially appreciated Dr. Geo's careful mouth and teeth exam. They explained everything step by step and allowed time for questions.


On my first visit I meet Becky, we sat down and talked about everything they do there and she allowed me to tell her about my issues with my teeth and she felt that they could help me with my problem. This is the first time I have ever been able to explain, in detail, about my past and present experiences with my dental problems. She made me feel very comfortable in taking about my care and what I would like to have done with my denture issue's. I have set up my next appointment to have x-rays done and feel very good about that! I'm looking forward to my visit and what they have to say about fixing my problem .

Dolly Kite

My dad had the appt there at the office for a broken tooth. They worked him in and made the experience as pleasant as possible for an 86 year old man. I appreciate the care, understanding and patience for him. Great visit! Great Doctor!!

beverly morris

I go to smiles for life I can't thank them enough for there kindness and caring I really like Dr Geo there all awesome but he's my favorite ♥️ they are all very friendly and make you feel very comfortable just like one big Happy family

Lynn Reedy

The best staff !! The most friendly staff of any dentist office I have ever been too. Dr Geo is the best. Super friendly. Recommend this dentist office to any one especially if you have a fear of dentist (as I myself ).

Warren Wise

Just had my first visit with Dr. Whiting at Smiles for Life in Bridgewater. My welcome to the office was warm and inviting. The dental assistant was professional, proficient, and very gentle. Dr.Whiting is very good at explaining problems he saw with my teeth and outline options for addressing those problems.

Jennifer Harper

Cathy Batton is an amazing hygienist and is so gentle but very thorough. She is very kind, and I am always happy to see her when I go to the dentist! She makes going to the dentist more fun!

Sandy Miller

I love Cathy!! She does a great job and is always very personable and professional. Give her a raise!! 😊 Everyone at Smiles for Life is great! If you’re looking for a dentist, I would highly recommend them.

Smile Like Never Before with a Set of Dental Implants

The perfect time is now, to take control of your smile and freshen up your look! With a set of dental implants, you can upgrade your smile like never before. Claim the confidence you deserve today with a lasting dental solution that will make you grin from ear to ear!
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