If you are unhappy with the appearance of your smile, and are looking to get your teeth fixed. The team at Advanced Dental Artistry will work with you to tailor a treatment to suit you and your oral health.
If you feel you need all of your teeth fixed, this can mean a few different things in terms of actual treatment, and it can be hard to make this diagnosis yourself. However, if you suffer from one or more of the following issues, then you may consider full teeth replacement:
Given the variety of causes for a full teeth replacement, there are a number of solutions available. Of course, every case is different – this is merely an overview of some of the procedures that can be involved when fixing all of someone’s teeth. For a more personal idea, then feel free to come in for a free consultation with Advanced Dental Artistry, where we will be able to discuss your individual needs further.
All-on-4 is a type of dental implant procedure that involves replacing an entire arch of teeth. The technique uses four dental implants which are strategically positioned to support a full arch of prosthetics. In the past, such extensive replacement would require many implants and would take quite some time. With the technology of All-on-4, only four implants are necessary, and placement takes only a few days.
Dental implants involve replacing missing teeth with an implant device and prosthetic. An implant, made of biocompatible material, is inserted into the place of the missing tooth. After, a prosthetic tooth (which has been shaped and coloured to your liking) is placed on the implant.
If your teeth have passed the point where they can be saved, this means the foundations are no longer strong enough for us to build upon and restore, we would then explore the opportunity of dental implants or traditional dentures.
In some cases, however, we can find that although the teeth seem extremely broken down – they can actually be saved due to having strong foundations and healthy or treatable surroundings.
A full mouth reconstruction can use a combination of crowns, bridges, dental implants and veneers to rebuild the structure of the mouth.
In some people, poor teeth and/or a poor bite can lead to a condition called TMD – ‘Temporomandibular Joint Disorder’ which can cause additional problems from clenching and grinding. Providing the foundations of the teeth are good, symptoms like these can be corrected using bite reconstruction treatment or ‘neuromuscular dentistry’.
Brandon’s teeth had over time become worn down and were breaking, and this was causing an irregular bite which was further creating problems. However, the roots of his teeth and his gums were in good health, which means we used porcelain restorations to restore the appearance of his smile.
Please see below the examples of just some of our many happy clients who have had their dark teeth problems resolved. We thank these clients for allowing us to share their amazing results and stories.
We will assess every case closely to determine the best long-term treatment options for every client we meet.
Sometimes we need to look at the entire mouth and it’s bigger system to fix recurring or ongoing problems and create long-term dental success.
If you have any further questions or queries, don't hesitate to contact us.