8175 Westside Blvd
, Suite A
Fulton, MD 20759
1306 North Main Street
Hampstead, MD 21074
If your smile is cosmetically and functionally debilitated by extensive tooth loss, dental decay, trauma, TMJ disorders, or the result of certain medical issues, don't despair. With a carefully planned and precise full mouth reconstruction from the skilled professional team at Fresh Dental, we can transform even the most challenging smile into one that inspires self-confidence and offers renewed health and function.
At Fresh Dental Group, we provide highly personalized treatments, combining state-of-the- art technology with an artistic touch to produce long-lasting and aesthetically pleasing results of care. We value patient input and listen carefully to your interests and expectations of care. When it comes to Full Mouth Reconstruction, we never take a “one size fits all” approach. Every smile is unique, and we tailor treatment to meet individual needs.
Our goals are to give a patient a beautiful smile while achieving facial harmony and optimal oral health and function. Of course, a Full Mouth Reconstruction requires meticulous treatment planning and an unwavering commitment to excellence to achieve the best results. With multiple complex dental issues, treatment can involve several steps to ensure good periodontal health, the absence of infection, and sufficient space for the proper restoration of your smile. You can rely on our office to keep you well-informed every step of the way.
If you've lost a tooth due to injury, decay, gum disease, or any other reason, we recommend dental implants to replace missing teeth. Dental implants come the closest to replicating the look, feel, and function of your natural teeth.
Dental implants are placed into the jawbone and mirror the same function as the root of a tooth. The procedure for dental implants is usually performed while a patient is sedated. Patients who undergo IV sedation must have an empty stomach and transportation home following the procedure. Most sedation patients will have little to no memory of the procedure occurring.
Generally, dental implants are made out of a biocompatible metal such as titanium. Biocompatible metals are also used for other common bone implants (such as shoulder, hip, and knee replacements). The visible portion of the implant is usually made out of porcelain and is custom-made to match your existing teeth.
Dental implants are designed to fuse to the bone, which makes them become permanent fixtures. Typically speaking, the success rate is nearly 100%. There are few cases in which the implant will not fuse as intended and must be removed. If this happens to occur, the procedure can be attempted again a few months later.
Dental implants are not usually covered by dental insurance, but may be covered under a patient's medical insurance. Our office and your insurance company can discuss coverage options with you based on your individual case and treatment plan.
It's easy... just take care of an implant as if it's a natural tooth! This involves regular brushing, flossing, and dental checkups. If you have any concerns about your implant, contact us immediately.