If you are having difficulty chewing your food, are embarrassed of your smile, or have been experiencing problems related to gum disease and tooth decay, a full-mouth restoration is the solution.
Restoring your smile to a healthier state can rejuvenate your appearance and improve the quality of your life.
Dr. Pakiz achieves excellent results in cases that range from relatively simple procedures such as replacing worn crowns, to more complex cases that require gum disease treatment, implants or (implant-supported) dentures.
Dr. Pakiz will perform a full oral examination in order to determine the extent of the work that needs to be done, and which treatment options would work best for you. This examination typically includes the following:
When doing a full-mouth reconstruction, Dr. Pakiz starts by addressing any malocclusion (teeth or bite misalignment), and may recommend Invisalign or other orthodontic treatment. Malocclusion can lead to a variety of dental issues, including tooth decay, gum disease, headaches and jaw pain. Therefore, it is important to correct them so that your dental health does not continue to deteriorate.
Once any malocclusion is handled, Dr. Pakiz will proceed with the rest of the treatment plan. Depending on how much work needs to be done, he may bring in other specialists such as a periodontist to handle gum disease or an oral surgeon to place implants or perform extractions. Everything will be managed under Dr. Pakiz’s competent care to ensure you receive the best possible service.
We do our best to keep our patients relaxed and comfortable during their visits. Dr. Pakiz uses local anesthesia during procedures, and the oral surgeon we work with offers the option of both oral and IV sedation to keep you relaxed and pain-free during more complex or lengthy procedures.
We also provide a variety of comfort amenities to make your experience as pleasant as possible, including:
“Though I originally was a patient of the dentist who sold his practice to Dr. Pakiz, I decided to stay with Dr. Pakiz because he was ahead of his time in technology. He always keeps up to date on new technology and dental procedures so he can provide the best care.”