The Permanent Nanoceramic Implant Bridge is the newest technological breakthrough in permanent implant-supported bridgework. This beautiful custom-milled ceramic bridge is infused with a specialized resin which gives it very slight flexibility more closely mimicking the natural flexing of real teeth while chewing foods. The bridge is bonded to a strong Trilor framework which also has very slight flexure. The advantage of having minor flexing of the prosthesis is that it places less stress on the dental implants, resulting in fewer implant failures.
This revolutionary material combines exceptional strength, unparalleled aesthetics, and long-lasting permanent results. The Permanent Nanoceramic Implant Bridge is commonly supported by 6 implants and is delivered 48 hours following tooth extraction and dental implant surgery. No temporary teeth!
Prior to the introduction of Trilor, most full-arch substructures were milled from titanium which, due to its stiffness, transfers undesired chewing forces to the implants. The Trilor bar and nanoceramic material allows the Permanent Implant Bridge to flex in the mouth transferring less stress to the implants, potentially leading to fewer long-term implant failures. It has gentle shock-absorbing characteristics eliminating the “heavy clacking” typical of zirconia restorations and will not wear out natural teeth on the opposing arch. The Nanoceramic Bridge flexure is a key factor allowing the placement of a permanent restoration on implants 48 hours after surgery.