What is the Difference Between Getting Dentures and Getting Teeth Tomorrow®?
Dentures are replacement teeth that are usually made from two (or more) materials. One type covers your gums and a different material forms the individual teeth. The teeth are glued into the denture gums, and then the denture is placed over your actual gums. You use adhesive to keep the dentures from slipping when your talk and eat. The materials that dentures are made from are porous, so they attract plaque, food particles, and the bacteria and odor that comes with them. You also take dentures out of your mouth whenever you clean and disinfect them. Plus, you need to re-apply the adhesive when you put your denture back in your mouth.
A Teeth Tomorrow® Dental Implant Bridge is precision-sculpted from a single piece of Prettau® Zirconia, and hand finished and polished so they look like healthy teeth and gums. Your bridge is held permanently in place by Dental Implants, so you don’t have to use adhesives or ever take it out of your mouth. You clean it just as you would brush natural teeth (except there’s no need to floss). Prettau® Zirconia is non-porous, so it doesn’t attract plaque and resists odors and stains. It’s made in one piece, so it resists the chipping and cracking that comes from joining two different materials together (like in a denture).