Dental Implant Treatment
If you are one of the many suffering with missing or failing teeth and would like a permanent solution to your problem, dental implants provide a time tested treatment plan.
No matter the age of a person there is a dental implant solution for you. This dental procedure is the solution of choice for people of all ages, even those with existing medical conditions, gum disease or problem teeth, currently wearing partials or dentures, smokers, and bone loss.
If you need to replace one tooth, several teeth, or all of your teeth our Specialists can help you.
Full Mouth Reconstruction
Believe it or not, millions of people are having problems with the majority of their teeth. Many are badly damaged and are causing pain.
Full mouth reconstruction is the process of rebuilding or simultaneously restoring all of the teeth in both the upper and lower jaws.
The need for full mouth reconstruction may result from:
- Teeth that have been lost due to decay or trauma
- Badly injured or fractured teeth
- Teeth that become worn down as a result of long-term acid erosion or tooth grinding
- Ongoing complaints of jaw, muscle and headache pain requiring changes to the bite
How does a full mouth reconstruction differ from a smile makeover?
A smile makeover is typically a cosmetic procedure to help a patient with smaller dental problems, while a full mouth restoration usually involves extractions and the need for custom fabricated new teeth. As dental materials evolve it is becoming hard to draw a line between purely “cosmetic” (such as elective) dentistry and “restorative” dentistry. If you need full mouth reconstruction, the materials available today make it possible for you to have functional and clinically sound treatments that also look natural, and in most cases are performed in just one day.
The most technologically advanced treatment option for a full mouth reconstruction is the All-on-Four™ Procedure.
Our specialists have performed more All-on-Four™ treatments than most other dentists nationwide.
This revolutionary treatment helps patients dealing with missing or failing teeth or those unhappy with their ill-fitting dentures, transition to fixed, non-removable teeth, in most cases in one day.
Our doctors have specialized training and techniques that allow patients to leave the day of their surgery with dental implants and a beautiful new smile that functions. In the past, this may have taken multiple dental surgeries and procedures. Our experienced dental team will help coordinate your All-on-Four ™ procedure effortlessly.
Patients who undergo the All-on-Four™ procedure are some of the happiest we treat. They no longer have to live with removable dentures and all of the associated problems. They can eat, speak, and enjoy life without the worry of having their teeth shift or fall out.
Replacement of Several Teeth with Dental Implants:
You may not require a full mouth restoration. Our specialists treat each patient differently and customize a specific treatment plan based on your needs. Maybe you need a solution for multiple problem teeth. When replacement of several missing teeth is part of the treatment plan, each missing tooth may be replaced with one dental implant and a Zirconia tooth (crown). It is also possible to have a bridge supported by dental implants.
Replacement of Single Tooth with Implants:
A dental implant is definitely your best option for replacing your single missing tooth. Often missing teeth are in the cosmetic zone right in front. You can rest assured that with our leading edge techniques, no one will be able to tell the implant from your natural teeth. It often takes an x-ray to be able to tell them apart.