COMPLEX TREATMENT PLANS
Complex Dental Treatments
Complex dental treatments are a series of tooth correction levels prescribed by dentists for collectively treating most if not all teeth in a patient. In addition, dentists prescribe dental restoration when the patient has several decaying, malfunctioning, dented, or missing teeth.
A dentist typically plans to offer several tooth replacement procedures to carry out through the least number of sessions and pain. Complex treatments involve dentures, bridges, dental implants, veneers, and fillings. Complex restoration is offered to patients with very unhealthy sets of teeth that no longer perform their function and worse.
Complex treatments can change people's appearance to more appealing versions of themselves. In addition, they improve a person's mouth function, relieve them of intense pain and pressure and raise the general liveliness of a person due to boot out physical and emotional burdens.
Enamel erosion from acid reflux
Root canal cases
Broken and fragmented teeth
Stained teeth (by nicotine or hard water)
Widely Spaced teeth
Complex treatments treat dental problems such as:
These complex restoration treatments are more than cosmetic procedures because they take care of the overall health of people's teeth. Complex treatments are followed by a change in lifestyle and food intake to maintain the sensitive new teeth. Prosthodontics should be registered to the GDC and up-to-date with modern treatment to be professionally qualified for complex treatment. Otherwise, they last long enough to do them only a few times more in your lifetime.