If you have a single missing tooth or even numerous missing teeth, Dr. Joseph G. Willardsen can perform reconstructive dental treatment to restore what’s been lost. Our experienced reconstructive and cosmetic dentist offers a number of procedures that can replace missing teeth with results that look, act, and feel like natural teeth. With our on-site dental lab here at True Dentistry, many patients can attain comprehensive reconstructive dentistry here under one roof, without the need to be referred to another practice for care. Our advanced options can help you improve chewing and speaking while enhancing the appearance of your smile at the same time.
Please expand the sections below to learn more about our reconstructive dentistry procedures. Dr. Willardsen and our team at True Dentistry can help you achieve your goals with beautiful results.
Dental Implants 101
Dental implants are permanent, natural-looking replacements for missing teeth. These extraordinary treatment options offer an advanced alternative to dentures – they do not move or slip, and no extra maintenance is required beyond your daily brushing and flossing routines. Dental implants are custom-designed to look and function like natural teeth.
Teeth in a Day – All-On-4 Anchored Dentures
All-On-4 Anchored Dentures is a way for you to restore multiple missing teeth without many of the problems associated with traditional dentures. With the All-On-4 dental implant technique, we can stabilize a fixed dental bridge so that it does not move or slip along the gums, or require messy dental adhesives to stay in place. Plus, the All-On-4 procedure can often be performed in a one-day visit to our practice.
Metal-Free Dental Implants
With the CeraRoot® dental implant system, our dentists can provide a metal-free alternative to the traditional titanium implants. The CeraRoot® implants are composed of the ceramic material zirconia, which is durable, looks natural, and never corrodes. The procedure typically works well for patients who have a metal allergy or sensitivity, as the entire root and crown/bridge are made of ceramic.
Single vs. Multiple Tooth Replacement
When you lose one or more teeth, whether from trauma or gum disease, it is important you replace the gap to prevent further oral problems from happening in the future. True Dentistry provides advanced solutions to help you restore a beautiful smile and preserve your remaining teeth to help you maintain good oral health.
Dental bridges can replace one or more missing teeth with results that feel secure and look natural. A non-surgical alternative to dental implants, dental bridges can improve speaking and chewing, in addition to resolving cosmetic issues caused by missing teeth.
Contact True Dentistry
If you would like more information on our reconstructive dentistry options, or if you would like to schedule a consultation with Dr. Willardsen, please contact True Dentistry.