Veneers are expensive and dentures don't do the job. Dr. Tischler has an alternative dental solution with Teeth Tomorrow Dental Implant Bridge
Posted by BoldTV on Tuesday, August 8, 2017
In the United States, 27 percent of seniors over the age of 65 are missing all of their teeth.
Though many of these people choose to replace their teeth with dentures or bridges, Dr. Michael Tischler believes he has found a better way to replace missing teeth.
Tischler is the dentist who founded the Teeth Tomorrow Network, which sets patients up with dentists who can provide full-arch bridges.
Rather than using plastic for a bridge, dentists in the Teeth Tomorrow Network use zirconia. The zirconia bridges are as hard as ceramic mugs, making them a longer-lasting option.
The permanent, custom-made bridges are meant to look natural, drawing in some of the millions of Americans who suffer from dental problems.
Teeth Tomorrow has been a very successful dental franchise, and it’s been backed by a five-year study of more than 2,000 bridges. In that study, the Teeth Tomorrow zirconia bridge received a success rate above 99 percent.
Though it is a permanent solution, the price can be staggering. As Tischler explains in the video, it can cost between $25,000 and $30,000 to replace one arch — one arch means it’s either the top or bottom of a person’s mouth.
At $50,000 to $60,000 a mouth, zirconia bridges certainly aren’t cheap, but they are a permanent solution, which may make them cheaper than another treatment in the long run.
Tischler is based in Woodstock, New York, and offers general wellness services as well as implant services through his Teeth Tomorrow franchise.
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