Okay. All dentistry has a degree of complexity to it. But there are classifications of procedures that extend beyond general dentistry, and are often part of our restorative practice. Complex dentistry is our term for procedures that generally require multiple appointments and consultations.
Dental bonding and veneers that require examination followed by topical repair or restoration of cracked or chipped teeth. Root canal therapy used to save an existing tooth through stages of tooth treatment and repair. Laser gingivectomy surgery to systematically remove and reshape loose or diseased gum tissue.
Procedures that involve the replacement of teeth like partial dentures, upper and lower complete dentures, individual dental implants and All-On-Four dental implants require multiple visits to complete a full course of treatment.
- Dental Bonding
- Root Canal Therapy
- Partial Dentures
- Gingivectomy Surgery
- Denture Creation
- Dental Implants
- Locator Implants for Dentures
- Sedation Dentistry
And even though sedation dentistry — dentistry that allows you to be rendered unconscious during a procedure — happens in a single day, it is most definitely a complex procedure.