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Respected dental team, National Dental, now offers the leading, full-arch dental implant solution, Teeth Tomorrow®, at each of their 10 locations.
WILLISTON PARK, N.Y. (PRWEB) January 17, 2019
National Dental now welcomes patients to experience the life-changing benefits of the full-arch dental implants solution, Teeth Tomorrow®. Always striving to offer the latest dental treatments with a personal touch, National Dental is excited to partner with a local Teeth Tomorrow lab for state-of-the-art restorations and smile transformations patients can trust.
Patients with loose dentures and missing teeth in Williston Park, East Meadow, Hicksville, or any of National Dental’s 10 locations across Nassau County, Suffolk County, Queens or Manhattan, are invited to discover the advantages of National Dental’s long-term, full-arch dental implants solutions.
Teeth Tomorrow transforms debilitating dental issues into a natural-looking and long-lasting tooth replacement solution. Many patients with periodontal disease, extensive missing teeth and/or ill-fitting dentures have restored complete oral health and function with Teeth Tomorrow.
Using a proven, two-day technique paired with a high-quality Prettau® zirconia full-arch dental implant bridge, patients with multiple missing teeth can trade in their loose dentures for a boost in confidence that lasts. The Prettau zirconia bridge is custom crafted at a local Teeth Tomorrow lab using each patient’s unique specifications. Considering the precise shape and color of each tooth, this bridge is designed to compliment the face and offer a truly, natural-looking smile.
Using advanced technology, National Dental can extract decayed or failing teeth and precisely place each dental implant using computer-guided techniques and Cone Beam CT imaging technology. After healing overnight, patients return the following day to receive a custom-made, temporary full-arch bridge that is attached to the implants. That way, even during the healing period before the final restoration is created, patients are able to eat, speak and smile with a full arch of attractive teeth.
With proven clinical advantages, the two-day Teeth Tomorrow protocol offers a comfortable experience and lasting results preferred by patients and clinicians alike. To learn more about qualifying for a Teeth Tomorrow dental implants transformation, visit National Dental’s website, http://www.ilovend.com, and select the nearest, cutting-edge location.
About National Dental
With a vision of changing dentistry, National Dental offers a unique patient experience. Pairing the latest technology with trusted clinicians who treat the patient, not just the teeth, National Dental provides complete dental care in a trusting and relaxing environment. This team offers 10 convenient locations in the Manhattan, Queens, Nassau County and Suffolk County areas each serving modern dental services from advanced hygiene cleanings and 24-hour emergency care to modern dental implants. To learn more about National Dental, visit http://www.ilovend.com.
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