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We pride ourselves on the quality services we provide, from porcelain crowns and bridges to complete/partial dentures and dental implants.
We utilize the highest quality materials to ensure your restorations look as natural as your regular teeth.
Here at Reconstructive Dentistry, we provide specialized care in reconstructing your smile, oral health and function. From a simple filling to a complex reconstruction, we are trained in providing customized treatment especially for you. Our digital office makes dentistry more patient-friendly with lasers, digital radiographs and intra-oral scanners for CAD/CAM dentistry (Computer-Aided Design & Computer-Aided Manufacturing). We utilize the highest quality materials and work hand-in-hand with lab technologists to provide you the best restorations in creating your beautiful smile.
Crowns are full coverage restorations that cover your teeth to help protect the remaining healthy tooth structure. They are made of various materials, such as porcelain, metal or porcelain-fused-to metal. Depending on what your tooth needs, your dentist can help you make an informed decision on which material would be indicated for your tooth. Please consult with our Dentist, Prosthodontists and Maxillofacial Prosthodontist with regards to your treatment.
Dental implants are titanium screws that are placed into your jawbone to help anchor crowns or bridges into position to replace your missing teeth. Once the implants are integrated, restorations can retained onto the implants. Dental implants can replace missing teeth ranging from one tooth, to multiple teeth or even a full-mouth reconstruction. The types of teeth that are secured by the implants very as well – they can either be fixed into position or made removable depending on the number of teeth that are being replaced and the number of implants that are placed.Dental implants are the first choice of treatment for anyone missing a tooth/teeth. Should you have any questions regarding your treatment, seek one of our highly trained Dentist, Prosthodontists, or Maxillofacial Prosthodontist.
Removable prosthesis, known as dentures, can be fabricated to replace any missing missing structures of the teeth and jawbone. Dentures are a good form of treatment to restore form and function of the mouth. Dentures can either replace the entire arch (complete) or part of the arch (partial). At times, implants are used to help keep the dentures into place known as “Implant Overdentures.” The implants help retain the denture into position while also relying on the remaining soft tissues for support. The prosthesis must be examined frequently (every 6 months – 1 year) as the underlying soft tissue structures change continually and the “Overdenture” may need to be relined, rebased or new attachments need to be changed. Implant Overdentures are a great treatment option for those that need a removable prosthesis.
Maxillofacial prosthetics is a sub-specialty of Prosthodontics. After 4-years of dental school training (DDS) and a 3-year Residency in Prosthodontics (Post-Graduate Prosthodontics), one is qualified to advance their training with Maxillofacial Prosthodontics.Maxillofacial Prosthodontics help rehabilitate patients missing a part of their natural anatomy within the head and neck region that have been affected by trauma or cancer. Some common maxillofacial prosthetic prostheses include, eyes, noes, ears, obturators, and resection prostheses. Patients under going chemotherapy and radiation treatments are also managed by the Maxillofacial Prosthodontist to help maintain their oral health.Our Maxillofacial Prosthodontist has trained both at University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) and at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas to specialize in your care and needs.
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