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Smile Renewing Full-Mouth Reconstruction

August 19, 2017

patient receive full mouth reconstruction treatmentWhen the worst happens, you might not immediately think about how to repair or replace what’s lost. Traumatic injuries and emergencies are frightening, painful, and stressful. It’s no surprise that many people in the midst of these issues don’t think they’ll ever smile again, especially those whose smiles are part of the problem. Following severe facial damage, complete tooth loss, or other serious oral health issues, you may need to consider full-mouth reconstruction. These personalized restorative dentistry plans help patients regain the confidence to share their smiles every day.

Restore Your Smile with Dental Implants in Canton, MI

February 20, 2015

480753457Having one or more missing teeth is no picnic. Even one missing tooth can make eating and speaking difficult. And then there’s the self-conscious feeling of knowing that when you smile, people might focus on your missing tooth. These troubles can be eliminated with dental implants. Dr. J.D. Robison at Robinson Dental Group has used dental implants to the restore the smiles of many people in and around Canton, MI, and he can do the same for you!

Although you have other choices when it comes to tooth restoration—crown and bridgework, partial and full dentures—the most lifelike among them is a dental implant. The reason is a dental implant replaces not only the crown of the tooth—the portion that’s visible—but also the tooth’s root. As such, an implant affords greater stability as well as the advantage of maintaining jawbone structure, because the implant averts bone deterioration.

What’s involved in the Dental Implant Procedure?

If we determine that a dental implant is the best option for you, then the first step is minor surgery during which Dr. Robison implants a titanium post in the bone beneath the open socket of your missing tooth. If your dental implant will be used to secure a partial or full denture, then he will strategically place more than one implant along your arch. As you heal, the post or posts and your jawbone will fuse together in a process called osseointegration. During this time, Dr. Robison will likely protect the implant with a temporary crown.

Once you have completely healed, you’ll return to our office to have your permanent, custom-crafted porcelain crown affixed to the implant. The result is a solid tooth restoration that looks a functions like a real tooth.

Schedule an Appointment Today

If you would like to consult with Dr. Robison to learn more about how dental implants can restore your smile, then call Robison Dental Group. We proudly serve patients in Canton, MI, as well as the surrounding areas of Ann Arbor, Northville, Westland, and Plymouth and beyond.

Restore Your Smile with Dental Implants from Robison Dental Group

May 31, 2012

How your smile looks is important. How your smile functions is even more important. With dental implants from Robison Dental Group, our doctors can help you with both.

Dental implants are similar to traditional restorative options like crowns, bridges, and dentures, but one thing sets them apart and makes them more effective. Unlike traditional options, which just replace your missing tooth (or teeth), dental implants replace your missing tooth and your missing root.

Why’s that so important?

Because when you lose one or more tooth roots, parts of your jawbone that used to serve a specific purpose don’t any longer. As a result, those parts will begin to lose bone mass. Over time, that loss of bone will spread, potentially resulting in further tooth loss.

But with dental implants, you can restore your smile and preserve your jaw thanks to the interaction between your implants and your jaw. Dental implants are made from biocompatible titanium, which bonds with bone tissue, creating a strong, natural foundation for your new smile.

To restore your smile with dental implants, though, you have to be a candidate for the implant procedure. You can find out if you’re a candidate by scheduling a consultation with our Canton dental office. During your appointment with us, one of our doctors will thoroughly examine your smile and make a decision based on your situation, your needs, and your medical history.

Call Robison Dental Group today if you’re ready to schedule your visit with us. We restore smiles from Canton, Ann Arbor, Northville, Plymouth, and beyond.