The Prettau Bridge
The Prettau Bridge
The Prettau Bridge is the most advanced option for Dental Depot’s dental implant patients seeking a stable, permanent bridge that is comfortable and natural looking option for the replacement of missing teeth.
How it works
Our doctors follow The Prettau Bridge protocol for the placement of dental implants to support the bridge, which includes computer generated CAD CAM designing and milling of the actual bridge out of zirconia, the hardest dental material available.
The non-metallic nature of zirconia allows for a beautiful, natural bright hue of the final restoration. Bringing back your smile with this groundbreaking treatment will dramatically improve your ability to smile, chew, eat and speak naturally and comfortably. The Prettau Implant Bridge can replace a fa ew missing teeth up to an entire arch.
The temporary screw retained bridge, which you will wear as your final Prettau Bridge is custom manufactured, is milled and designed out of a specific plastic from Zirkonzahn, the manufacturer of the Prettau Bridge. This unique dental step is integral to the Prettau protocol and sets this apart from every other technique available.
The Prettau Bridge is a Clear Choice for Permanent Teeth
Beautiful, natural aesthetics
No acrylic, 100% Zirconia
No metal framework
You Are a Candidate for the Prettau Bridge if:
You are missing teeth.
You are currently wearing dentures.
Your natural teeth have a poor prognosis.
Dr. Knox was professional, compassionate, and skilled. His assistant talked me through everything. I had a wisdom tooth removed and a cavity filled. I have made plans to have a dental implant with Dr. Knox as well. They are very fairly priced.
The staff is very friendly and my dentist is kind and patient man. Dr Bohle worked on my implant and the experience was pleasant. He was very informative and was talked me through everything that would go on. If you need dental work done I could not recommend a better place.
There are certain things in life that you don't like, but you have to do it anyway. Like eat liver when your mom serves it, like go to work every morning, and go to the dentist twice a year for a checkup. If you do, your teeth will last you a lifetime. But if you don't, you'll end up with Dentures or implants. Natural teeth are a lot cheaper. Give this place a chance I think you'll be happy with results.
Dr. Bennet Parks is a amazing The team is excellent! I'm very happy to work with such great people. I've had my teeth cleaned, and dental implants! HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!!
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