Monday , January 25 2021

Complete mouth restoration

Complete mouth restorationIf your smile is negatively affected by challenges, such as poorly fitting dentures, missing, cracked, broken or worn-down teeth, you’re likely an excellent candidate for full mouth restoration. This dental procedure can create a beautiful smile, renewing your confidence and helping you face the world with a dazzling smile.

How complete mouth restoration works
Complete mouth restoration involves replacing natural teeth, or dentures, with a permanent, set of implant secured zirconia teeth. First, a CT scan is performed, which provides a 3D model of your mouth and bone structure. This allows New Teeth Now board-certified oral surgeon David Kirkpatrick, DMD, FACS to determine the best course of action for your treatment. During the procedure, while you are under general anesthesia, all necessary tooth extractions are made. The oral surgeon then places titanium implants in your jaw to act as anchors for your new, custom-made teeth. These implants are permanent and designed to last indefinitely. Once the implants have been successfully placed, your new teeth are attached and then Dr Kirkpatrick works with cosmetic dentist, Kawveh Nofallah DMD to create your perfect smile. Together the surgeon and cosmetic dentist make sure the dental implants heal correctly and your new teeth look and function properly and efficiently.

Is there pain with complete mouth restoration?
Generally speaking, you won’t experience pain with full mouth reconstruction because the procedure is performed under general anesthesia. A long-lasting pain reliever is also administered. That means you get a brand new smile with very little discomfort.

What if you have bone loss?
If you’ve been told that you have bone loss and aren’t a good candidate for full mouth dental implant restoration, there’s good news. State-of-the-art dental professionals can now perform zygomatic implants, which is a special technique that allows for implants without bone grafting.
That means that just about anyone can enjoy a beautiful smile. Best of all, the procedure can be done in just one day. You walk into the surgery center in the morning, and go home with a beautiful, functional set of perfect teeth that afternoon.

Benefits of complete mouth restoration
One obvious perk to complete mouth restoration is the ability to flash a beautiful, new smile in the mirror and during social situations. Other benefits include the overall health and function of your mouth. A full set of healthy teeth allows for proper chewing and the ability to eat foods that were once off-limits. Also, a full mouth restoration completely eliminates the chance of pain, oral infections, and future tooth loss.

“Give your confidence a boost and check into receiving a complete mouth restoration,” says Dr. David Kirkpatrick, oral and maxillofacial surgeon from New Teeth Now. “You’ll be happy to flash a big smile for the camera during all of those photos with family and friends!”

For more information on New Teeth Now or to schedule your private consultation, please call 800-617-0603.

Dr. Kawveh Nofallah is a highly renowned dentist with specializations in general, restorative and cosmetic dentistry. He has been serving the Lakeland area since 2006, where he resides with his wife and three children.

Born and raised in Tallahassee, FL, Dr. Nofallah earned his degree from the University of Florida College of Dentistry. He opened his Lakeland dental practice in 2006 providing general, family and cosmetic dentistry services. Dr. Nofallah takes pride in providing all patients compassionate care using the most advanced technology while maintaining the highest sterilization standards.

In addition to his own practice, Dr Nofallah is on staff as a restorative dentist at Florida Dental Implants and Oral Surgery. This is a growing practice with heavy emphasis on implant procedures, well known for New Teeth Now, the one-day, full-mouth restoration often utilizing Zygomatic implants.
Dr. Kawveh Nofallah is a member of the American Dental Association, Florida Dental Association, Polk County Dental association, West Coast District Dental Association, and the Academy of General Dentistry.

Oral Surgeon David R. Kirkpatrick, DMD, FACS began his post-graduate education with a dental degree from the University of Kentucky. Then he completed a surgical residency in Maxillofacial Surgery from the University of Florida in Jacksonville. Maxillofacial surgery requires 4-7 additional years of hospital-based formal post-graduate training in general surgery, anesthesia, emergency medicine, ENT, pediatrics, and plastic surgery. As an Oral Surgeon with New Teeth Now, Dr. Kirkpatrick practices a full scope of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery with an emphasis on cosmetic facial surgery.

Dr. Kirkpatrick has received numerous educational awards and has published multiple articles in peer-reviewed medical journals. He has also done presentations on a variety of surgical topics at national meetings throughout the United States and Europe. He remains an active student himself, frequently attending continuing medical education courses in the latest techniques in cosmetic surgery. He serves as the facial trauma surgeon for the Athletic Department of Florida Southern College. Dr. Kirkpatrick is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Florida, is certified by the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons and is a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, Florida Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Florida Dental Association, American Dental Association, West Coast District Dental Association and the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons.

Dr. Kirkpatrick routinely treats a wide variety of deformities and defects relating to the head and neck. He also specializes in a variety of facial cosmetic surgical procedures at Lakeland’s only full-scope facial cosmetic surgery center. He has expertise ranging from cosmetic facial surgery to corrective jaw surgery to pathology. He can also diagnose and treat craniofacial disorders, cleft lip and palate, traumatic facial injuries, and skin conditions that respond to full laser treatment.

Regardless of the type of surgery you are contemplating, Dr. Kirkpatrick is committed to getting you the results you want.


Check Also

DVT: The Silent Killer

DVT: The Silent Killer

By: SAMUEL P. MARTIN, MD, FACS Founder and Medical Director at Vascular Vein Centers March …