Complex Cases: Handle Your Mouth ONCE and Handle it RIGHT. NO CASE TOO COMPLEX!
Watch This 3 Minute Video to See Some of Our Complex Cases and Before/After Photos:
What is a "Complex Case?"
How do you know if your situation is complex? Well, the easiest way to know
is that your current doctor is carting you around to several "specialists"
and no one has openly and certainly told you what needs to be done.
You can see in their eyes that they don't really know what to do. When you
have missing teeth, a bad bite, a very bad over or under bite, tons of mercury
fillings, massive cracked teeth, etc, you most likely have a very complex
dental case. You may also want that perfect smile but you have extensive
decay and veneers are a difficult option – this would also be a complex case.
Most dentists focus more on one-tooth dentistry or quadrant dentistry (dentistry
done by the quarters of the mouth – upper left, upper right, lower left,
lower right). This type of dentistry is usually what is done because the
dentist does not want to scare you away with a massive price tag, or they
feel "if it's not broke, don't fix it."
How is My Approach Different?
Right now you are working (most likely). Even though it will be expensive, you may have the ability to work it out.
But if you aren't aware of it now and you eventually retire, you may be
in store for very bad news when your mouth falls apart. The reason why is
because, at that point, you may be on a fixed-income, such as a pension or
investment dividends. Then all the sudden a tooth breaks and you can't afford
it. It becomes a nightmare.
The proper answer is to handle your teeth right away and start working towards
a solution that will last the rest of your life. We feel that a person should
not wait until they are older to enjoy a healthy and beautiful smile. They
should do it now so that they can reap the benefits and enjoy it for the
rest of their life.
I love complex cases because they keep me on my toes.
I've only had one case truly press my limits (a case that went to Mexico and had poor work done - I had to pick up the pieces from that disaster), and even after a few months I was able to work out that case.
I'm confident I can work out your case too.
What Else Sets Me Apart?
Well, as you will see on the rest of my website, I rebuild mouths using Biomimetic technology and also using holistic materials.
Not only that, but I can do a full-mouth reconstruction in record time -
only because of my additional training and my experience.
Setting aside implants and other surgeries that can take months to heal,
I have mastered the art of working with my labs and making sure that the
case is PERFECT in usually 1-2 months.
Sometimes there are slight imperfections in the lab work - this is totally unacceptable and means it needs to get sent back.
Generally speaking it goes like this:
- I do impressions and put your mouth into wax in order to plan the
best way to restore your entire mouth.
- Then my staff schedule you and bring you in for a long appointment
(ideally), or we can break it up if we need to. Ideally,
we can do 5 or 6 hours with you and prepare your entire mouth
in one day.
- Then, in about 2 weeks, we bring you in again to place all the final
restorations and check everything. Ideally another long appointment.
- Then I usually make the person a custom nightguard in order to protect their new mouth.
So submit a form, sign up to my free dental education course, get a call
back from my office manager and let's get you scheduled for a full exam to
look over options.