Tuttle Crossing Dental Group
Providing the best dental care for you and your family.
We offer a wide variety of dental services and work with the best specialists to ensure you receive the best treatment available. We can help meet your dental needs by diagnosing and, hopefully, trying to prevent decay, restoring decayed or broken teeth with composite fillings or crowns, replacing lost or missing teeth with dental implant restorations, fixed bridges, removable partials or dentures, and helping you maintain frequent dental cleanings and exams to improve your overall health. We also offer same day implant-supported full mouth restorations.
We take pride in the team of professionals we have assembled to help you with all of your dental concerns.
Our staff is friendly, knowledgeable and available to help you in any way we can. We have a wide range of experience and backgrounds that allow us to draw from many different sources to help relate to your needs and concerns. One thing that unites us as a dental team is our concern for your oral and overall health. We strive to achieve perfection in everything we do, and we hope it shows in our attitudes and in the care you receive while a patient in our office. We look forward to helping you achieve and maintain optimal oral and overall health.
All-On-4® Treatment Concept
Often, patients with hopeless teeth or no teeth at all can have a brand new smile in just one day. By working with prosthodontist Dr. Phillip Elmo, the teeth can be removed and titanium dental implants can be surgically placed and then restored with provisional teeth that look good and are completely functional, all in one day. Because they are implant-supported, these restorations are not removable and are very strong.
|Why a Prosthodontist?
A prosthodontist is a dentist who specializes in the restoration and replacement of teeth. Prosthodontists have received additional training after dental school to be able to restore optimum appearance and function to your smile. The treatment planning and restoration of implants, temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ) and rehabilitation of occlusion with removable and fixed prostheses all fall under the field of prosthodontics.
Training to become a prosthodontist consists of rigorous clinical and didactic preparation in the basic sciences, head and neck anatomy, biomedical sciences, bio-material sciences, function of occlusion (bite), TMJ and treatment planning and experience treating full-mouth reconstruction cases and aesthetics.