Category: Dental Implants

Digital Dentistry involves the use of advanced computer-based technology to achieve predictable outcomes in dental practice. This includes the used of Cone Beam Computed Tomography, commonly known as CBCT, which provides a three-dimensional image of teeth, soft tissues, nerve pathways and bone in a single scan. It has been embraced into dental settings rapidly due to its compact size, and low ionizing radiation when compared to medical computed tomography. It has additionally made the course of implant treatment more foreseeable. The integration of CBCT with implant planning software is leading to a new era which is slowly emerging as a revolutionary technology which allows supreme precision in implant practice which was earlier considered highly technique sensitive. The use of computer-aided design and computer aided milling makes the procedure of fabrication of ceramic prosthesis highly accurate. It eliminates the use of cumbersome impression materials and involves the use of intra-oral scanners which capture direct optical impressions. Hence the use of this new age technology not only helps the dentist to perform with more precision and accuracy but also promises the patients which the most satisfactory treatment. We at World Dental Specialties, have our own in-house Digital Cad Cam Laboratory that is equipped with leading world-class milling machines and dental design software for creating a very aesthetic and functional restoration.

The oral cavity have total wear and tear of all the teeth but also have some problem

A FULLMOUTH REHABILITATION \ RECONTRUCTION is required in the oral function when it is back to the normal.

Oral time and condition are taken into consideration of patient’s primary and secondary problems ,their existing medical and their expectation.

It is also done for both medical purpose and as well as for cosmetic (smile correction) purpose i.e when the patient is deteriorated of the multiple dental problems

because of the the oral health dental problems.

Here our patient if having some personal reason can choose non-surgical option.

  • Advantages
  1. Removable partial dentures
  2. Removable – good access for cleaning
  3. Cost effective
  4. Very minor tooth reduction required
  • Implant replacement
  1. No tooth reduction required
  2. Access for cleaning similar to natural teeth
  3. Failure can mean just loss of the implant ,and attached crown or bridge can mean further tissue loss
  4. Minimal biological intervention compared to bridgework where adjacent teeth require preparation
  • Fixed bridgework
  1. Good where adjacent teeth would benefit from crowns
  • Am I a candidate for Full Mouth Reconstruction

If any one of your answer is yes to any of the statements ,then your the patient of Full Mouth

  1. Reconstruction
  2. Experience limited jaw movement or have locking jaw
  3. Vertigo
  4. TMJ problem (temporomandibular joint syndrome)
  5. Facial, neck, shoulder and/or back pain
  6. Teeth are worn, broken, chipped or cracked
  7. Pain or soreness around my jaw joints
  8. Clicking or grating sounds in jaw joints
  9. Headaches or migraines
  10. Tooth loss
  11. Unexplained congestion or stuffiness in my ears
  12. Unexplained numbness in my fingers and arms