Dental Trauma Page

Full Mouth Reconstruction

Regardless of the cause of tooth loss, many options are available to fully restore one’s teeth. Such procedures may include: dentures; implant supported dentures; implant-retained fixed bridges and hybrid prosthetics. Such reconstruction may involve a partial replacement or full mouth reconstruction.

We are experienced in all of the most up-to-date procedures, appliances and materials available and can help you decide what options are best for you and/or your family members.

Oral Surgery

Dr. Ippolito is an expert in surgical technique and oral reconstruction. He uses the latest in digital imaging and 3D CAT scan technology to aid in the diagnosis of oral diseases and trauma. Oral surgery may be used in the treatment of a number of serious oral conditions involving one’s mouth, teeth and jaws. Such conditions may include: wisdom teeth extraction; the treatment of TMJ; injuries as a result of sports or automobile accidents; and the treatment of oral diseases that are beyond regular or routine care.

Fractures (Broken Tooth)

There are multiple conditions that can result in broken teeth, the exparsion of old silver fillings create fracture lines in teeth.  Large cavities and biting trauma are the most common.  The required treatment is typically a crown or in certain cases an implant.