If you’ve lost most or all of your teeth, you know how much has changed – and not for the better. Talk to Dr. John Rogers about a full-mouth reconstruction in Broken Arrow that will restore your smile’s functionality and appearance. Working closely with you, he’ll create a comprehensive plan that will suit your lifestyle and your budget.Doctor John Rogers on Full Mouth Reconstruction Read Transcript
Full-mouth reconstruction can mean many different things to many different people. I think the all-encompassing factors – we're taking a patient that has some struggle dentally, typically with function, and we are restoring that patient to full function.
Typically, missing teeth, maybe some periodontal disease, tooth decay, and we're in a position where we need to provide that patient a comprehensive treatment plan that will get them to a point where they can chew well, where they look good and they're out of pain. And that probably is the most comprehensive aspect of general dentistry because it sounds like it's something really complicated, and occasionally it can be. But oftentimes, it's nuts-and-bolts dentistry put together in a comprehensive package to provide that patient with the best possible end result.
And one nice thing about it, which we're always very pleased with, is it becomes a cosmetic thing as well. Full-mouth reconstruction in my mind is not just restoring a patient to dental health but also to function and a healthy smile as well, a confident smile. It means a lot of different things to a lot of different people, but the end result is always the same, and that's a fantastic one.
Your dental rehabilitation will go smoothly, thanks to:
- Our wide range of restorative dentistry services
- Dr. Rogers’ advanced training with dental implants
- Three kinds of sedation dentistry to ease your nerves
- Our cutting-edge technology for planning and performing your procedures
If you’re ready to replace your lost teeth and get your full dental function back, call LakeCrest Dental at 918-205-4492.
Make Dental Implants Part of Your Full-Mouth Rehabilitation
Dental implants are often a great choice for a full-mouth rehabilitation because they look, feel, and function so much like your natural teeth. Fortunately, Dr. Rogers is an experienced implant dentist, with years of special training and hands-on experience. Using implants, he can replace anywhere from one tooth to a whole mouthful.
He can restore implants with:
- Dental crowns, to replace a single tooth
- Dental bridges, to replace multiple missing teeth
- Dentures, to replace all of the teeth in your upper and/or lower jaw
We even offer mini dental implants, which can be an option even if you’ve been told your jaw is too thin for implants!
Explore Your Other Restorative Dental Options
Dental implants aren’t the right choice for everyone. However, you have plenty of choices for dental restorations without implants:
- Fixed dental bridges that can be attached to natural teeth or implants
- Traditional dentures, full or partial, and even temporary dentures you can wear while your mouth heals from an extraction
- Dental crowns, which can often repair badly damaged teeth so you won’t lose them
To speak to Dr. Rogers about a full-mouth reconstruction in Broken Arrow, call 918-205-4492. Our dental office is especially convenient for ZIP codes 74011, 74012, 74014, 74133, 74136, 74429, 74105, 74132, 74134, and 74063.