If you want to turn back the clock and get a whole new set of pearly whites, contact Creekview Family Dentistry to learn about our full-mouth reconstruction options! At our Lewisville, TX office, Shirley E. Mathew, DDS, FAGD, Elizabeth T. Samuel, DMD, Mayada Al-Tamimi, DMD, and our highly skilled team can use a variety of restorative dentistry options to repair or even replace all your teeth!
Full-Mouth Reconstruction Options: Dentures, Dental Implants, & More
One full-mouth reconstruction option we provide is traditional dentures. Your replacement teeth will improve your ability to chew, speak, and smile. And because they will be custom-made for you, your new teeth will look completely natural!
If you are a good candidate, we can also attach implant-supported dentures to dental implants! On top of the secure hold and other benefits, the strong foundation of your dental implants will also improve your bite power!
We also provide several options to repair damaged teeth, including dental crowns, bridges, root canals, and more!
The Importance Of Replacing Missing Teeth
On top of the gap left in your smile, the gap left by missing tooth roots can lead to bone and tissue loss, ultimately affecting your look. But missing teeth threaten much more than your appearance.
Because missing teeth can prevent you from properly chewing and digesting your food, they can affect your overall health. Your remaining teeth can also shift out of alignment, making the problem even worse.
But with a full-mouth reconstruction, you’ll regain your oral function and your appearance!
Comfort Options, Dental Sedation
To help entertain and distract you while we work, you can sit back and enjoy your favorite TV show or listen to music through headphones.
We can also help relieve your dental anxiety with dental sedation options.
Dr. Mathew cares about long-term dental health and demonstrates that concern through membership in different professional organizations like American Dental Association, Academy of General Dentistry, Texas Dental Association and Dallas County Dental Society.