We’re ready to help patients who are in need of dental treatment that requires special skills, including crowns, dental implants and full mouth reconstruction. Our team of dental professionals has years of experience helping restore smiles and we’re confident in our ability to bring you the results you desire.
At My Midland Dentist, we have the expertise and experience to provide dental treatment requiring specialist skills, including crowns and dental implants.
A crown is a thimble that is cemented over a tooth to improve its strength, shape and appearance.
A crown can help:
A crown can last anywhere from 12-15 years if cared for properly, helping your smile to gleam for years to come. At My Midland Dentist, we protect our patients from mechanical failure relating to crowns for up to three years, for problems unrelated to biological failures (gum recession or decay).
Dental implants have been a part of dentistry for over 50 years. While early designs and surgical techniques showed a high failure rate, modern technology has greatly improved the success rate. Today, implants are an advanced and aesthetic option preferred by millions of dental patients worldwide.
A dental implant is not the same as a natural tooth, but instead a new structure set in place of a missing or decaying tooth. Many patients undergo dental implants due to:
At My Midland Dentist, our team is able to expertly place implants using our state of the art equipment to ensure the best results possible. It’s important to remember that implants can only be placed where there is enough height and thickness of the bone. When there is not sufficient bone, bone grafts need to be done.
For patients needing severe dental work, our practice specializes in full mouth reconstructions. In fact, crafting broken down dentition into a comprehensive and systematic fashion is one of our greatest strengths. Extensive rehabilitation may encompass a multi-disciplinary approach with other dental specialists or be accomplished exclusively in our premises, dependent on the individual needs of the patient.
As a result, with careful planning, modern techniques, and meticulous execution, orally rehabilitated patients are able once again to achieve the look, feel and function similar to that of natural teeth.