Collins Dental does everything in our power to keep your natural teeth in your mouth where they belong—as long as they remain healthy. Even if you brush, floss and see us like you should, there are times when oral surgery is necessary—severe decay, infection, injury, tooth or bone loss, even failing dental restorations can make surgery your best bet for a healthy mouth. Our talented doctors have the clinical skills and experience to build your bite back up to fighting form—and we can do it all here under one convenient, comfortable roof!
Humans don’t get a choice—we get one set of adult teeth and that’s all she wrote. While the goal is always to save your original adult teeth if we can, things happen that prevent those choppers from staying put. Sometimes a tooth has to come out to make room for others to move in the best way possible for your individual mouth to work like it should. Fortunately, tooth extraction procedures are commonplace at Collins Dental.
Dental implants are a two-part process, but only the first part is surgical in nature. We perform dental implant placement here in our office, inserting a titanium post into the jaw where it eventually regenerates a tooth root. The second part of the process is also performed here in at Collins Dental, but is not surgical—it only takes a few minutes!
A full-mouth reconstruction is any treatment or combination of treatments that will replace, restore, and repair your teeth. Full-mouth reconstruction removes decay and infection, replaces old or failing restorations (i.e. crowns, fillings) and paves the way for new dental work that will create an improved bite. Because every mouth and every situation are different, Collins Dental works with you to design an entire treatment plan, taking your budget, lifestyle, and other logistical considerations. Full mouth reconstruction is no small undertaking, but it can be life-changing!
When teeth are missing, biting and chewing force go by the wayside as well, which can lead to bone loss in the jaw. Progressive bone loss can drastically decrease gum tissue, and the more teeth that are absent, the more bone can be lost. However, excessive bone loss can be alleviated with bone grafting. Collins Dental can perform bone grafting surgery, using special materials to stimulate new bone growth at the site of the missing tooth. Favorable bone density increases the likelihood that a successful dental implant can be placed in that site in the future. Get in touch with Collins Dental today to ask about our oral surgery options.
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