Full Mouth Reconstruction Procedures By on July 10, 2014

Full Mouth Reconstruction

We would all like a healthy and beautiful smile. When minor dental problems arise, treatment does not seem like a problem, but when oral health problems build up, that goal can seem unattainable. Patients who are suffering from severe tooth decay, fractured or missing teeth, or teeth that are worn down from erosion or teeth grinding may feel that they will never be able to repair their smiles. Fortunately, help and treatment is available.

Dr. Clint Newman, a leading Nashville cosmetic dentist, provides full mouth reconstruction for his patients. Dr. Newman combines a number of dental procedures to address each patient’s unique needs. Some of the procedures likely to be part of full mouth reconstruction include dental crowns, porcelain veneers, dental implants, and dental bridges.

Porcelain Dental Crowns

A dental crown is one of the restorative dental treatments available to restore the function and integrity of a tooth that has been damaged by severe tooth decay. A dental crown covers the damaged tooth to allow it to function at its full capacity. The crown also protects the tooth to prevent bacteria from entering and causing further decay or damage to the teeth and gums.

Porcelain Veneers

For our patients in Nashville looking for Full Mouth Reconstruction Procedures, porcelain veneers are highly recommended. This is a fairly simple procedure that provides dramatic results. By covering the teeth with porcelain veneers, we can give your teeth a straight and uniform appearance. Teeth will be free of cosmetic flaws such as chips and cracks or discoloration and staining.

Dr.Newman uses the latest technology and Emax veneers. In as little as two visits your can have the smile you have always desired. Please be sure to visits Dr. Newman's cosmetic before and after gallery to see how patient's smiles and lives have been transformed.

Dental Implants

When patients have lost teeth to tooth decay or injury, we may offer dental implants treatment. Dental implants secure artificial teeth to the jaw bone with titanium screws. A dental crown will usually be attached to the dental implant if a patient has lost a single tooth. Patients who have lost a large group of teeth may have dental bridges or permanent dentures attached to their dental implants. Dental implants can be treated just as your natural teeth, last a lifetime, and maintain the structure of the mouth to prevent further dental problems that could occur if teeth collapse in or the jaw bone weakens when teeth are missing.

Dental Bridges

A dental bridge is one artificial reconstruction that is designed to fill in large gaps of missing teeth. The center piece of a bridge is designed to look like a patient’s natural teeth. On either end of this piece, the dental bridge will be secured by two anchor teeth. Our patients can have dental implants or dental crowns placed to secure the dental bridge. Dental bridges are easy to care for, last for over 10 years, and prevent surrounding teeth from becoming misaligned. Dental bridges also fill in embarrassing gaps to leave a patient feeling secure and confident with their smile.

Schedule an Appointment

If you feel overwhelmed by the condition of your smile, schedule an appointment with Dr. Clint Newman. Dr. Newman will examine your teeth and develop a treatment plan to address your personal areas of concern. Through a combination of dental procedures, your smile can be restored to its natural state of beauty.

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Dr. Clint Newman, DDS

Clint Newman, DDS

Dr. Clint Newman is a renowned cosmetic dentist who combines advanced technology with a keen eye for detail to provide his patients with outstanding results. In addition to being the official dental provider of the Tennessee Titans, Dr. Newman is a member of prestigious organizations, including:

  • American Dental Association
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes
  • Nashville Dental Society
  • American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry

To schedule a consultation at Clint Newman, DDS, request an appointment online or call (615) 385-3507 today.

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