All-on-Four Dental Implants
First developed in the 1990s, the All-on-Four dental implant treatment replaces failing teeth or existing dentures with beautiful dental implants. The All-on-Four dental treatment avoids bone grafting and multiple surgeries, painlessly improving your smile in one session. Dr. Miranda has extensive experience with the procedure and has performed many All-on-Four dental implants.
Many older people experience bone loss around their teeth due to oral health issues like diseases, infections, or mouth trauma. Dr. Miranda is experienced using surgical procedures such as bone grafting to restore your facial appearance and smile. Bone grafting is an important part of restoring your natural jaw ridge and facial contours where bone loss has been suffered.
Losing your teeth can be devastating. In addition to changing the way you look, losing teeth can make it harder to eat or speak. But, thanks to modern technology, dental implants can be used to effectively replace one or more missing teeth. Dental implants can give you the improved self-confidence that comes with being comfortable with a natural, beautiful, healthy smile, and teeth that function exactly like natural teeth.
Full Mouth Reconstruction
If you live with lost teeth, cracked teeth, or old dental work that leave you feeling embarrassed by your appearance, you might need more than crowns or fillings to give you back a vibrant, healthy smile. Full mouth reconstruction (also known as full mouth rehabilitation or full mouth restoration) is the process of rebuilding or restoring your teeth in both the upper and lower jaw.
There are several different types of dentures, some of which function exactly like natural teeth, and are commonly called permanent dentures. The term "permanent dentures" is referring to, in dental terminology, "fixed dentures." They are called "fixed" because they permanently placed in position and “fixed” in place.
Teeth in a Day
Those who suffer from severe tooth discomfort often choose the “Teeth in a Day” procedure to deal with issues like gum disease, severe oral injuries, gum recession, or loose teeth that can't be saved, and must be extracted. Teeth in a Day has proven to be a very convenient solution for patients, and superior to traditional dentures.