Perhaps no dental procedure changes your life as much as a full-mouth reconstruction in Beverly. If you’ve forgotten what it feels like to smile and haven’t enjoyed your favorite foods in months, or even years, your dentist can change your life for the better. A full-mouth rehabilitation will:Doctor Valerie Martins on full mouth reconstructions Read Transcript
At Martins Dental Partners, we focus on comprehensive care. One of the benefits of our practice is that myself and my associates, we represent various specialties. We are all excellent at our own particular jobs. When someone needs a lot of treatment or a full-mouth reconstruction, we're able to take a lot of pictures, come up with an individualized plan, which involves aesthetics and how to create the foundation to support those aesthetics.
We have a cone beam scan here, where we can take a 3D image and plan someone's full-mouth reconstruction that way, allow them the ability to see what it may look like, give them a timeline, and then work together collaboratively to make sure that it's a seamless process for them.
Oftentimes, when someone's faced with a decision to invest time and money in a full-mouth reconstruction, a lot more of it is an emotional component, where they really are going to be changing the appearance of their mouth and their smile. A lot of that success comes from listening to what their expectations are, when it comes to what they want to see for themselves. How do we deliver that vision?
That is a real challenge and something that we take extremely seriously, because until everyone is on the same page, until we have a clear image of what a patient wants, we won't be successful. By working together as a collaborative team, a partnership, so to say, we're able to really understand the person's vision and change their life in such a dramatic way.
- Replace missing teeth
- Repair damaged teeth
- Make your smile look as good as before – or even better
- Restore normal oral function
- Enable you to speak clearly
- Give you more self-confidence
The first step is a consultation with one of our dentists, where you can discuss your treatment options and financing options. Call Martins Dental Partners at 978-288-1946 to schedule one today.
Restore Your Smile With Dental Implants
Dental implants are one of the most versatile options for a full-mouth rehabilitation because they can replace anywhere from one missing tooth to a whole mouthful of teeth. You can use these restorations with implants:Life changing care Read Transcript
We have a lot of patients that come in that have not been to a dentist in many, many years. And part of that reason is because they have known for a long time that what they're going to hear the dentist is not going to be things they want to hear. When it comes time for them to really take care of themselves, and they know that they need to do something for their quality of life, and they choose us as the dental practice, as the providers of that, it's something that we take really seriously.
So when someone comes in and we see that we have to go through multiple extractions, possibly a transitional denture for future implants and future prosthetics, there's a lot of conversation that goes into that, a lot of planning and a lot of emotion that goes into that. People really need to understand that we're there with them. There's a lot of appointments. It's a very time-sensitive process, and it's really important that we do it together. When we do do it and the end is there and we've spent that time together and the patient smiles, it's probably the most rewarding thing we've ever experienced.
- Dental Crowns
- Fixed Bridges
- Partial or Full Dentures
Dr. Valerie Martins, who has placed more than a thousand implants in her career, can even attach a full arch of replacement teeth to as few as four dental implants using the All-on-4® method. Even more amazing, you may be able to get your implants and arches of teeth in a single day!
Fix Dental Damage With Other Options
If implants aren’t for you, your other options for replacing teeth include traditional dentures – full or partial – and a dental bridge. Because it’s almost always preferable to preserve your natural tooth structure when possible, our dentists can:
- Perform a root canal on an infected tooth
- Use dental crowns to repair severely decayed, cracked, or broken teeth
- Use dental veneers to cover wear and tear or flaws like chips
Stay Relaxed With Sedation During Any Procedure
Some restorative dental procedures can be longer and more involved than other treatments. You may want to receive dental sedation so you’ll stay relaxed. Because we have dentists trained to administer two kinds of sedation, you can choose your level of relaxation – anywhere from a mild euphoria to a deeper relaxed state that may have you nodding off.
To schedule a visit to discuss your full-mouth reconstruction in Beverly, call Martins Dental Partners at 978-288-1946 today.