Exceptional Prosthodontist in Frisco!
In the past couple of years, prosthodontics have become far more complex, and technology has evolved in leaps and bounds in this area. The American Dental Association recognizes prosthodontics as one of their nine specialties.
As a result of an accident or possibly hereditary in nature, the need for reconstructive dentistry is often sought. Often patients seek treatment for aesthetic reasons but can interfere with normal day to day life chewing or speech may be affected hence making it medically necessary. Insurance companies recognize this and many will pay for such procedures.
We the prosthodontists in Frisco offer a multi-disciplinary team of specialist and cater for patients with complex dental needs. We are confident that we have the experience and expertise in bringing you advanced dental care. We offered some quick tips on the homepage in case you missed them.
Our goal is to coordinate your diagnosis, from diagnosing the issue, planning your treatments and delivery of the care and any follow ups which may be required. We ensure that not only will the procedure be aesthetically pleasing but functioning too. A functioning mouth is imperative, the human mouth consists of soft and hard tissue which includes gums, inner cheeks, lips teeth, and jawbones.
In order to keep all of these structures together and functioning there are connective tissues, nerves and blood vessels. The upper jaw and lower jaw joints have a relationship which is referred to as a bite, and for the mouth to function appropriately depends on all these elements to work together. When these elements don’t work together correctly oral health is compromised.
Some common questions which we field from our customers:
What are my prosthodontic options?
We provide an array of options for you to choose from, depending on what your needs are. We are able to repair damaged teeth with veneers or crowns or replace them with dental implants. For missing teeth, there is also the option of partial dentures.
What do I need to do before my treatment?
We recommend that you ask as many questions as possible in order to prepare you for the treatment ahead. We are well trained and will ensure that you are relaxed and calm for your treatment. We have the well trained staff including anesthetics ensuring to look after your wellbeing.
Keeping my teeth healthy after my treatment?
This is primarily based on the type of treatment you have received. As a general rule, avoid a high-sugar diet, tobacco, brush your teeth twice a day and floss regularly. Regular follow- up appointments with your hygienist and prosthodontist is advised this will ensure that all issues are addressed timeously.
What are the costs involved?
The cost of treatment varies widely from patient to patient. This is dependant on the multiple levels of oral health issues presented. It is recommended you book a consultation with our prosthodontist in Frisco to get a full understanding of fees.