How to Fix Failing Teeth: A Few Options from Dr. Nazarian

There’s an embarrassing problem that impacts many adults, but few people want to talk about it. This particular issue results in smiling less, not being able to enjoy foods you used to enjoy, and chips away at your self-confidence slowly, day by day.

I’m talking about teeth that are loose, failing, and to put it bluntly, “rotting.”

I know failing or rotting teeth isn’t a pleasant topic to discuss, especially if it’s happening to you. That being said, at Premier Dental Center, Dr. Nazarian and his team built their practice on fixing failing teeth and restoring smiles.

In this article, we’re going to share with you a few different options for fixing failing teeth.

After reading you should have a much better sense of your options and which procedure may be right for you.

Our goal is match every patient to the procedure that is right for them, and by doing so, we can give you the aesthetics and functionality you used to enjoy when your teeth were healthy.

Without further ado, here are a few of your options:

Dental Procedures That Fix Several Cracked or Broken Teeth?


Rapid Orthodontics

I bet you’re thinking “braces are for kids. I don’t need them!”

While it’s true that orthodontic treatment is for straightening teeth (as opposed to fixing failing teeth), we still thought it was worth mentioning as we find that many adult patients can benefit from orthodontic treatment.

However, when it comes to adults getting orthodontic treatment to straighten their teeth and improve their smile, two problems typically emerge:

  1. They don’t want to wear metal braces.
  2. They may have already tried a product like Invisalign (or know someone who has) who had disappointing results.

While we can certainly understand that you wouldn’t want to wear traditional metal braces and Invisalign often doesn’t work on moderate to severe cases, Dr. Nazarian has developed a unique system for straightening teeth in about six months.

Dr. Nazarian uses a proprietary wiring product (which does not over-tighten braces) that exerts a steady and gentle force where it is most needed. The results are nothing short of remarkable, as you can see on our rapid orthodontics page below:

https://www.premierdentalcenter.com/rapid-orthodontics/

Another great benefit of rapid orthodontic treatment is that it can be used in conjunction with other procedures to enhance overall results. If you would like to learn more about rapid orthodontics, click the link above or give our office a call to schedule your appointment.


Dental Implants

To put it simply, dental implants are artificial titanium tooth roots...but that doesn’t tell the whole story.

When it comes to restoring both the aesthetics and functionality of your smile, dental implants are a terrific option.

There are essentially three parts to a dental implant:

  • The titanium screw that gets inserted into the jawbone and fuses with the jawbone (through a process known as osseointegration)
  • The dental implant abutment
  • The crown (or cap) that serves as the artificial “tooth” that people will see when you smile

Dental implants are ideal for patients who are looking for a permanent, fixed solution to replace missing or decayed teeth. Unlike removable dentures or other alternatives, dental implants are a fixed solution that mimic the look and feel of natural teeth.

For patients who are looking for the best solution to replace missing or failing teeth, dental implants are something to consider. If you would like to learn more about dental implants from Premier Dental Center, visit our “dental implant process” page below:

https://www.premierdentalcenter.com/our-dental-implant-process-with-dr-nazarian/


All-on-4 Dental Implants

All-on-4 or all-on-6 dental implants are a more advanced version of the traditional dental implant process. In the all-on-4 solution, 4 dental implants are used to place an entire upper arch of teeth.

So who can benefit the most from all-on-4 implants? If any of the scenarios below sound familiar, you may be an ideal candidate for all-on-4 dental implants:

  • Patients who want to replace all of their upper or lower teeth may benefit from all-on-4 implants. They are typically less expensive and faster to place than traditional implants.
  • Patients who currently wear dentures, but are aggravated at the constant slipping and lack of ability to eat whatever they want.
  • Patients who are considering traditional dental implants, but don’t have enough bone to support them.

All-on-4 dental implants may not be right for everyone, but many of our patients in Michigan (we are in Troy) have found all-on-4 dental implants to be the permanent solution to missing and failing teeth they’ve been looking for.

The best part? You can get a new set of teeth in just one day! To learn more about all-on-4 dental implants including benefits, pricing, and more information, click the link below:

https://www.premierdentalcenter.com/all-on-4-6-implants/

We’ve also written a “definitive guide” to all-on-4 dental implants, which is one of the most comprehensive resources you will find anywhere on the internet. If you’re seriously considering dental implants (especially all-on-4), you owe it to yourself to read the article below:

https://www.troydentalimplants.com/the-definitive-guide-to-all-on-4-dental-implants-the-full-arch-teeth-in-a-day-solution-2/


Full Mouth Reconstruction

If you’re one of those patients who doesn’t really care what procedures are used (you just want the result), then a combination of procedures we commonly refer to as a full mouth reconstruction may be just what you’re looking for.

Typically, a full mouth reconstruction uses a variety of procedures including dental implants, crowns, orthodontics, veneers, whitening, bonding, and more. In many cases, a full mouth reconstruction is equally or more focused on cosmetics than restorative procedures are (such as implants), but regardless of which suite of procedures you select, you’ll be in great hands with Dr. Nazarian (just read our reviews here)!


So what is the next step?

If your teeth aren’t in great shape or if you aren’t confident when you smile, we can help. Remember, cosmetic and restorative dentistry has come a long way in the last few years. Dr. Nazarian and his team of dental professionals can give you a complete smile transformation by utilizing many of the latest technologies and procedures.

At the end of the day, we want you to be able to walk into a room (or look in the mirror) and be able to smile confidently, knowing that you have the best looking set of teeth in the room! We’re committed to not only restoring your smile, but doing so in a way that looks completely natural. Most people that you meet will not be able to tell that your new teeth aren’t your natural teeth!

If you live in Michigan or a surrounding state (patients travel from all around the area to see Dr. Nazarian, especially for all-on-4 treatment), give our practice a call today and schedule your appointment with Dr. Nazarian. We look forward to meeting you and helping you achieve the smile of your dreams.