In some cases, dental fillings won’t provide your teeth with enough strength. If there is significant tooth decay, severe damage, wear, or a root canal is required, a dental crown will be the best option for restoring your tooth back to complete strength and function. The dental crown is a cap that’s placed over your natural tooth. Dental crowns are long-lasting and highly durable. When you get a dental crown, you won’t have to worry about any further damage occurring to your underlying tooth structure.
We also use dental crowns to support a dental bridge or to replace single missing teeth with dental implants. If you have severely damaged or missing teeth, a dental crown might be included in your full mouth reconstruction.
When a cavity goes untreated, it can eventually infect the pulp of the tooth. At this point, you will require a root canal to remove the infection. If the infection grows too much or a root canal doesn’t happen in time, it can require you to need an extraction. At Beyond Exceptional Dentistry, we try to preserve as many natural teeth as possible. If you require a root canal to save a tooth, we will include it in your full mouth reconstruction.
A tooth can’t always be saved. Untreated gum disease and physical trauma can both lead to tooth loss. The good news is that if you have a tooth or several teeth extracted, we can replace it with dental implants. Dental implants are titanium screws surgically inserted into the jaw bone. They act as tooth roots and support and secure replacement teeth like dental crowns, bridges, or dentures in place. Dental implants preserve the jaw bone and provide the most natural-feeling replacement option on the market.
It’s never too late to straighten crooked, gapped, crowded, or misaligned teeth. We offer a wide range of orthodontic treatments to help straighten your teeth as part of your full mouth reconstruction. Straight teeth come with a number of benefits aside from a better-looking appearance. Orthodontics can also enhance your oral health and prevent TMJ disorders. If you’re unhappy with the alignment of your teeth, we can include Invisalign or Six Month Smiles as part of your treatment.