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Smile Rehab Centers Candidates – Southlake, TX

Are Smile Rehab Centers
Right For You?

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One of the best things about Smile Rehab Centers is that they can help a wide variety of patients dealing with tooth loss. Whether you are currently missing all of your teeth, may lose them in the near future, or are already wearing a denture, our team can help you get your oral health back on track with a strong, reliable prosthesis you can trust to last for decades to come. To learn more about how Smile Rehab Centers could help you, contact us today to schedule a FREE consultation to discuss what makes good Smile Rehab Centers Candidates for our Southlake, TX prosthodontist and team.

Are You Ready for Smile Rehab Centers?

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Ask yourself:

  • Are you tired of wearing partial/complete dentures?
  • Do you want to get off of the dental treatment roller coaster?
  • Are you tired of dealing with gum/periodontal disease?
  • Do you want functional teeth and an esthetic/natural smile right away?

Smile Rehab Centers Candidates

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The Smile Rehab Centers process can be tailored in such a way that almost anyone can be an ideal candidate for the procedure. In the past, we have used it to help countless people dealing with the following situations:

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Patients Who Have Lost All Their Teeth

Edentulous patients, or those who have no natural teeth left, can definitely benefit from Smile Rehab Centers, our full arch implant prosthesis can not only help someone chew, speak, and smile like they used to, but the implants themselves will also support the jaw and prevent future bone loss.

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Patients Who Have Lost Most of Their Teeth

Even patients who still have some teeth remaining can get a permanent solution with Smile Rehab Centers. Because in our process, teeth are always custom-made, they can be designed to fit into anyone’s mouth.

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Patients Who Need to Have Their Teeth Removed

Do you have decayed, broken, or failing teeth that require full arch teeth replacement? The Smile Rehab Centers process will work for you! We’ll discuss the need for any extractions, and all other details required for your treatment at your initial consultation.

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Patients With Previous Restorations That Could Be Extracted or Restored

Many of the patients who come to Smile Rehab Centers have old fillings, crowns and bridges that have seen better days and they fail over time as a result of leakage and decay, fracture of underlying teeth, wear, chipping and fracture of a crown or bridge itself. We’re able to help these patients get off the dental roller coaster and have a permanent solution.

The Importance of Bone for Full Arch Dental Implants

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One of the most important factors when it comes to getting any implant restoration, is the condition of the jawbone that will be supporting the teeth. The jawbone needs to be thick enough to hold firmly onto the implants that will provide the foundation for the teeth. Our treatment is largely based on the quality of the bone, as this directly contributes to how complicated the placement surgery will be.

Complex Candidates

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There are only a few specific issues that would make someone a complex candidate for Smile Rehab Centers. Sometimes patients with a chronic/systemic disease, who smoke or drink alcohol excessively, or who have untreated periodontitis (advanced gum disease) need full arch dental implant treatment. Our prosthodontists will discuss your medical history, and all of the details that can affect your overall treatment during your initial consultation. Then, they will determine the next steps such as medical consultations, smoking cessation, and additional bone grafting.