Major Dental Clinics

Dentist Milwaukee & Chicago Dental Specialists Group

Am I a Candidate?

Reconstructive dentistry (Prosthodontics) is applied when there is a need to change shape, size (height and/or width) or color of the existing teeth due to wear, decay, gum disease, congenital defects and trauma.  It is also applied when the number of missing teeth is high.

If you have any of these conditions, you may want to consider visiting a Major Dental Clinics prosthodontist:

  • Single Missing Tooth
  • Multiple Missing Teeth (more than 6)
  • All Missing Teeth
  • Your teeth have signs of wear
  • Your teeth are short
  • Your teeth have lost their original appearance, shape, and color
  • There are gaps between teeth and teeth appear to have shifted
  • You have been diagnosed with the following medical conditions: Acid Reflux Disease, Bulemia, Anorexia
  • You have painful and/or clicking jaw joints
  • You are interested in Special Dentures or Denture Alternatives
  • Congenitally Missing or Misshapen Teeth
  • Congenital Defects and Trauma

When searching for dentists and dental advice, most people will find that reconstructive and aesthetic dentistry are often paired together. Prosthodontists are the only dental specialists who are officially trained in the field of reconstructive and aesthetic dentistry. While any dentist can refer to themselves as a cosmetic, restorative, or aesthetic dentist, it is important for patients to recognize the extent of their dentists training in order to ensure the safety of the treatment. Click here to learn why you might want to visit a prosthodontist.

There are a number of medical conditions that must be considered before undergoing any kind of reconstructive dental treatment. Be sure to consult with your dentist, or schedule a complimentary consultation at Major Dental Clinics to see what options are available for you. Click here to schedule your consultation!