I need to replace all my teeth.

Characteristics & what to look for

You may need to replace all of your teeth if most of them have large cavities (look black/broken), if your teeth feel very loose (a sign of periodontal disease), or you cannot keep up on the amount of dental work that needs to be done. If you have many missing teeth already, replacing all of your teeth may be the best treatment option for you.

Common Misconceptions

Many people think they need to have all of their teeth replaced but after they have seen a periodontist, they are surprised to find out that there are treatment options for them that involve saving their natural teeth.

What you can do at home to help ease the symptom

  • Poor dental hygiene
  • Lack of frequent professional dental care
  • Medical conditions and medications

What you can do at home to help ease the symptom

Heavily broken-down teeth require professional dental care.

Treatment and how we can help

Heavily broken-down teeth require professional dental care. It is important to see a dental professional promptly to find the right treatment option for you. Depending on your needs, we offer several options, including traditional dentures, dentures supported/stabilized by dental implants, and dental implants that replace all of your teeth. You can find out more about tooth replacement with dental implants here.

Are you ready to take back your smile? Find out how Ward Periodontics can help.

Long term effects if left untreated and negative progression

Teeth that have cavities and/or periodontal disease can predispose you to very serious infections, some of which can cause hospitalization and be life threatening. If you think you may need to have teeth replaced it is important that you see a dental professional as soon as possible.