Beaumont Family Dentistry is proud that we can offer fantastic solutions for replacing our patients’ teeth. One method that Dr. Takacs and her team are particularly excited about is Teeth Tomorrow® in Lexington. For our patients who need or want full arches of replacement teeth, this innovative method can:
- Give you beautiful, natural-looking teeth with a minimum number of appointments
- Allow you to eat and enjoy all the foods you’ve been missing out on
- Improve your oral health and overall body health
- Help you smile with full confidence knowing your teeth are in great shape
What are you waiting for? Call us today at 859-295-3938 to get started on your new smile. You’ll find our expert dental team at 3141 Beaumont Centre Circle, Suite 300 – near the intersection of Harrodsburg Road and New Circle Road.
Revitalize Your Smile With Full-Arch Teeth Replacement
The team of dentists and staff at Beaumont Family Dentistry understands the struggles that missing teeth can cause. It’s difficult or impossible to chew easily, so you’re forced to pick and choose what you eat. Plus, missing teeth can cause significant social and professional embarrassment.
Now there’s an efficient, long-term solution. With Teeth Tomorrow®, we can replace all your teeth on your upper jaw, lower jaw, or both. After your initial consultation, you’ll have fully functional and lifelike temporary teeth in only a few appointments. You’ll leave our office ready to face the world with a genuine smile and enjoy a full menu of delicious foods again.
Your final restorations will be crafted from a single block of beautiful, natural-looking zirconia. These Prettau® Zirconia bridges will anchor to a precise number of dental implants for optimal strength and durability. Studies have shown that the Teeth Tomorrow® technique has an impressive success rate of over 99 percent.
As an added benefit, your dental implants – replacement tooth roots that fuse to and stimulate your jawbone – will help prevent bone deterioration. You’ll avoid the “sunken-face” look that can happen after you’ve been missing teeth for a while.