Your teeth are meant to last forever. But it doesn’t always work out that way. Our Royal Oaks dental office understands that teeth change overtime, and we have restorative dentistry services and the ability to restore all of your teeth at once as part of a full-mouth reconstruction.
Some of us simply have less-than-ideal teeth that have been damaged by cavities. Some of us have broken or cracked teeth that are simply not functional anymore. And then others have long-standing issues that need to be resolved.
Whatever your situation, at North Oaks Dental, we’re trained to handle all of these problems — and MORE! We have multiple ways to restore your smile, depending on your smile goals and budget. Call us today at 248-220-7021 to request a visit.
Some benefits of our full-mouth reconstruction:
- Improving your smile
- Improving function when eating and speaking
- Eat the food you love again
- Improve your confidence
Starts With 3-D Technology
Restoring your mouth starts with looking at digital images of the entire mouth. We take pictures and then 3-D images to understand exactly what’s going on in your mouth, as well as to educate you about what needs to be fixed. We exam the entire mouth, tooth-by-tooth, and discuss your options. These visits can be a little overwhelming, but understand that our office will never lecture you or make you feel bad about the state of your teeth. We’re here to help you achieve a better smile, and we have the technology and training to do just that.
Here are some treatments we can offer:
Elite Crowns and Bridges
Crowns and bridges have been the go-to treatment for broken down teeth and missing teeth for decades. We use crowns to restore single teeth that are damaged or have had root canal therapy, whereas bridges are used to replace a single missing teeth. Of course, our techniques have evolved and the materials only continue to get better. Our porcelain and zirconia crowns are lifelike, durable, and long-lasting. In fact, these crowns are some of the most reliable used in dentistry. We’ll take a digital scan of the tooth and match the color of the crown perfectly to your natural teeth.
Replace Gaps in Smile With Dentures
Of all the tooth replacement option out there, dentures are the most common. We all know what dentures look like and probably know someone who wears dentures. Much like crown and bridge technology, dentures have changed drastically in the last few decades. Dentures no longer have to look like “false teeth” or create terrible sores in your mouth. The material is more lifelike and comfortable than ever before. There are several types of dentures you can expect at our office:
- Partial dentures — Fill in the gaps caused by one of more missing teeth
- Full dentures — These dentures replace entire arches of missing teeth
- Implant-supported dentures — We can retrofit dentures to be placed over dental implants. The implants are the strongest tooth replacement option available in dentistry.
Stronger Tooth Replacement Options With Dental Implants
Dental implants have revolutionized the way we replace missing teeth. Made from titanium, dental implants merge with the jawbone and stabilize your permanent teeth or dentures. Dental implants are the only tooth replacement option in dentistry that comes close to matching the power of your natural teeth. We can use dental implants to replace single missing teeth or to stabilize dentures.
We’re also using dental implants as part of a permanent tooth replacement system known as All-on-4, a system that does not use dentures and can replace entire arches of missing teeth. One of the biggest perks of the All-on-4 is that it does not cover your upper palate, which is a major denture complaint. With All-on-4, we place a series of implants around the arch and then restore the area of durable bridges that do not come in and out of your mouth. There as permanent as, well, your natural teeth.
Restore Your Mouth With Us Today
Living with bad teeth makes it nearly impossible to chew your food comfortably or smile with confidence. You can turn these problems around by visiting our office. Call us today, 248-220-7021, to schedule a consultation for your full-mouth reconstruction.
There is an answer to failing teeth or missing teeth. Visit Royal Oaks Dental to see how we can restore your smile. Call us at 248-220-7021.