A crutial part of anyones dental health is understanding the state of your oral cavity (mouth) and
all related structures (teeth, tooth restoration, soft tissue, gums, bone, bite, TMJ, muscle
attached to the jaw, facial and oral esthetics, skin, lympth node palpation). Through a comprehensive
examination we can determine the cause of your oral condition and engineer a plan to correct it with proper
education and the most predictable treatment options available for your mouth. This is more than your standard
dental exam. We will help you create a road map to optimal dental health. Read More
Dental implants are one of the greatest modern advancements in dental therapy. Their
use has revolutionized treatment options available today for the replacement of
missing teeth. Dental implants are titanium (metal) root-like cylinders placed in
jaw bone that serve as a support structure for tooth replacement. If properly planned
they can be used to replace single, multiple, or all teeth with a high degree of
Full Mouth Dental Rehabilitation
There are situations or conditions in which teeth may be missing, worn down, breaking,
have large existing restorations, never developed or developed improperly. Often
these situations require extensive artistic dental engineering to restore proper
function and esthetics to their smile.
Prosthodontic training includes years of dental literature and research regarding
tooth shape and form, texture, and color; as well as the importance of the gums,
facial structures, and joint in obtaining optimal esthetic and functional results.
Restoration that covers of a tooth that presents with moderate to severe tooth loss
as a result of large restorations, cavities, fracture, or wear. Crowns can be used
on single or multiple teeth.
An alternative to dental implants when missing teeth require replacement. If adequate
adjacent teeth are present a bridge may be a viable option for tooth replacement
if properly treatment planned.
Treatment option for those who are not completely satisfied with the shape, position,
and color of their teeth.
Complete dentures traditionally have been used to replace all teeth with acrylic
removable prostheses. With proper planning and special attention given to oral anatomy
complete dentures may provide an acceptable esthetic and functional result. It’s
important to remember even the best complete dentures possess inherent limitations.
The innovation of dental implants has revolutionized the replacement of missing
teeth with removable prostheses improving comfort and satisfaction for any individual.
Partial dentures can be a more economic option to replace missing teeth. When planned
properly partial dentures can be esthetic, comfortable, and functional.