Dr. Vo is an experienced surgeon that is trained to provide customized treatment tailored to fit the needs of each individual patient. Full smile restorations in Seattle are possible with our dedicated team of professionals. Smile with confidence and be proud to show off your beautiful unique smile.
When natural teeth are lost or are not able to be saved, quality of life can often be improved and enhanced with the integration of dental implants and implant-retained teeth. 4th & Seneca Dental provide dental implants to Seattle patients that not only look and feel like natural teeth but also help to prevent deterioration of the gums and jaw bone. Our dental office also provides metal free dental implants which come with a plethora of benefits for our patients.
Teeth in a Day
With full mouth restorations such as teeth in a day, Dr. Vo seeks to enhance a patients’ life so that they no longer suffer the pain and embarrassment of having a smile that is damaged or unappealing. Patients who’ve received this treatment feel like they have a new lease on life, as they can now smile, chew, and talk with comfort and ease. Walk out the same day with a new set of teeth!
Our restorative dentists will determine if a bridge is the right course of treatment for your individual case. If you have enough healthy adjacent teeth to where you are a missing a tooth or two, an implant-supported bridge may be recommended. This is the most secure type of bridge. If your adjacent teeth are not healthy enough to support implants, a partial or fixed bridge could be the best course of action.
Dental crowns can be used to repair badly damaged, cracked, chipped, or decayed teeth. Our crowns are made of porcelain that look and function just as your natural teeth would. With our skilled restorative and cosmetic dentist in Seattle, your new dental crown will blend in seamlessly with the rest of your smile.
When it is time to replace all of your teeth or, all of your upper or lower arch dentures can provide a great solution. Dentures come in many forms such as traditional complete dentures, partial dentures and implant-supported dentures. When possible, implant-supported are typically the best option as they will help keep the jaw bone from deteriorating and you won't have to worry about any slippage. Schedule a consultation with our team to see which denture type is best for you.
Oral & Maxilliofacial Surgery
Our oral surgery procedures focus on implant dentistry, wisdom tooth removals, obstructive sleep apnea treatment such as tori removal, and more. We provide sedation dentistry so our patients can relax in our dental office knowing they are in trusted and experienced hands. With 4th & Seneca Dental, your oral surgery needs are met and exceeded by our amazing team.
In the event we need to build up bone to complete a restoration, such as all-on-4 same day implants, we will look to bone grafting. Bone grafting is necessary when we don't have enough healthy bone for your implant to take successfully. By adding bone, we are adding strength to your jaw bone and increasing our chances of a successful restoration.
Why Have Full Mouth Restoration at Green Lake Cosmetic Dentistry?
For cases where a patient has multiple and severe issues with their teeth or gums that interfere with everyday life, full rehabilitation may be recommended. Full rehabilitation is a highly customizable treatment that rebuilds or restores all of a patient’s teeth and, depending on their needs, can include various cosmetic and restorative dental procedures, like dental bridges, crowns and dental implants in Seattle.
This type of extensive reconstruction requires an interdisciplinary approach to solve very complex problems. Dr. Vo facilitates the coordination of all of the disciplines and individual practitioners to ensure an exceptional, comprehensive treatment result. As an experienced dentist with training in general, cosmetic, and implant dentistry, Dr. Vo has enabled countless patients, many with complex dental needs, to achieve better oral health, improved function and better-looking teeth.