Bad luck and accidents happen. And sometimes, no matter how well we take care of our teeth, they will eventually become worn down, damaged, or even break! Due to the vastness and diversity of experience, we cannot totally prevent accidents like teeth being knocked out, congenital absences of adult teeth, cracked teeth, or caps/bridges that have become worn out and need replacement.

When problems like these arise, you are a candidate for reconstructive dentistry. Reconstructive dentistry often overlaps with restoration dentistry and are frequently used interchangeably. Where the two diverge, is that reconstructive dentistry’s focus is more on replacement than repair or improvement. Appliances like dental crowns and onlays/inlays dance on the fine line.

When Things Wear Out, Dr. Zadeh Is Your Reconstruction Dentist
Reconstructive Dentistry

Dr. Zadeh offers great solutions for replacing teeth that have been badly damaged or are missing. Dental implants, fixed, or removable bridges, porcelain and ceramic crowns, and porcelain veneers are all used in reconstructive dentistry. These procedures are especially important if you are missing or have damaged teeth in the front. This area is called the “smile zone” and makes up the majority of your visible smile.

Dr. Zadeh is happy to discuss all of these reconstructive dentistry procedures with you. We want you to not only have healthy teeth. We want you to feel comfortable showing your beautiful smile to the world! This is why all of our reconstructive procedures are cosmetically appealing as well.

If you are missing a tooth, or have a tooth or old crown that is severely damaged, Dr. Zadeh can help. Together with your input and his highly knowledgeable and skilled team, Dr. Zadeh will be able to determine the best way to repair or replace your tooth. As with any of his treatments and procedures, Dr. Zadeh will evaluate your overall oral health and address any issues you may have. If you have cavities, old fillings, halitosis, or another common issue, it’s no problem!

There is no point in doing any sort of esthetic dentistry, let alone reconstructive dentistry, if your mouth is unhealthy. Many patients who have come to our office frequently have work done by previous dentists or years of neglect that have caused problems, which require extensive work to restore their smile. These patients often opt for either a smile makeover or full mouth restoration, depending on the severity of their needs. Regardless of whether or not you have had advanced gum disease or bone loss, Dr. Zadeh will find you a treatment to help get your mouth “back on its feet”. And with Dr. Zadeh’s level of experience, he can restore your smile and you will look years, even decades, younger!

Sounds Great, But What About The Time, Cost, and Pain?

We understand that people’s two most common fears of the dentist is cost and pain. The good news is we offer both conscious and IV sedation for all of our patients undergoing reconstructive dentistry treatments. The reason we offer sedation is because many of the treatments are longer and may require at least one office visit, so we want you to be as comfortable and relaxed as possible. It is totally understood by Dr. Zadeh and his staff that many people have dental anxiety, particularly about pain. With our staff’s gentle, compassionate approach and state of the art office, you will likely never feel a thing other than the dentist working. Many of our patients have fallen asleep during their procedures. They wake up with no memory of the procedure nor have they experienced any pain. This helps patients, especially those with dental anxiety, relax and get necessary dental work done in less time with better results.

Also, we offer financing for all of our procedures! We will even do the paperwork for you.

We have thousands of happy patients who have undergone all forms of esthetic and reconstructive dentistry at our office, and you can see some of their awesome results in our photo smile gallery.

Dr. Zadeh and his staff will be happy to discuss cosmetic and reconstructive dentistry with you. Please call for a consultation today.