What Treatments Are Involved With Full Mouth Reconstruction?

In this video, Dr. Rameek McNair outlines full mouth reconstruction methods, including implant-supported dentures and the roundhouse bridge.

There are several methods available for full mouth reconstruction, each designed to cater to different needs and preferences:

Implant-Supported Dentures: This method involves placing several implants that allow a denture to snap into place securely, providing excellent retention. This option is particularly beneficial for those who need reliable stability in their dentures to improve function.

Fixed on Six: This approach utilizes six implants to support a fixed prosthetic, typically made of porcelain, which looks and feels like natural teeth. While these are permanently placed, they are designed to be removable for cleaning and maintenance. This method offers a balance between a traditional denture and a permanent solution, providing more space for the tongue and less bulkiness than standard dentures.

Roundhouse: This is a permanent solution where multiple implants are placed to support a fixed dental prosthesis, commonly referred to as a roundhouse. Unlike the previous options, this prosthetic is not designed to be removed. It provides a permanent dentition solution, restoring the mouth to the closest possible state to having natural teeth. This option is ideal for those seeking a permanent, non-removable solution and is suitable even for patients with minimal bone.

These innovative dental reconstruction techniques have revolutionized dentistry, providing life-changing results. For many dental professionals, offering these permanent solutions is among the most fulfilling aspects of their practice, significantly enhancing the quality of life for their patients.

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Dr. Robert Harvey & Dr. Rameek McNair

At Aspire Dental Group, our experience, unrivaled technology, and caring service provide a comforting experience to our patients that is hard to find in other dental offices. Dr. Robert Harvey and Dr. Rameek Mcnair combined have over 45 years of experience in dentistry. Our goal is to always deliver extraordinary care to every patient. We will go the extra mile for you 6 days a week!

Very few dental offices around the country have an in-house crown and bridge laboratory. This means that Aspire Dental Group has a full-time ceramist that allows us full control over the fit between our lab products and your existing teeth. You can count on not only a more streamlined and faster production schedule, but overall savings for our patients who utilize dental components built by the lab. Our highly skilled ceramist will craft custom dental restorations that are perfect for your teeth, ensuring you a smile that you will love.

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