Your teeth are meant to last for a lifetime, but that’s not a reality for many Americans. Damaged and missing teeth aren’t only a source of embarrassment but can also compromise your dental health and your quality of life. Thankfully, you don’t need to live with the complications of a less than perfect smile. If you have several issues affecting the health and function of your smile, you might be a candidate for full mouth reconstruction. We use the latest innovations in dentistry to rebuild a flawless smile.
Full mouth reconstruction involves rebuilding or replacing compromised teeth using a combination of personalized restorative and cosmetic treatments. The goal is to improve the health, function, and appearance of the teeth.
You’ll first require an initial consultation to determine if you’re a candidate for the treatments. Images, impressions, molds, and scans may also be taken. We’ll create a personalized treatment plan using the latest advancements in dentistry for high-quality results.
Full mouth reconstruction can fix several issues that affect your ability to chew, speak, and even smile comfortably. Based on the results of your examination, we may recommend one or more procedures to rehabilitate your mouth, such as:
A crown covers the entire visible portion of the tooth to restore its health, function, and appearance. It can be used in combination with other treatments, like a fixed bridge. A bridge fills the space of consecutive missing teeth and is held in place using dental crowns.
Inlays and onlays provide a middle ground between a filling and crown to treat large areas of decay. They are customized to match your enamel to blend in with your tooth structure, so no one will know it’s there.
A veneer covers the entire front surface of a tooth to instantly improve its color, size, and shape. It can be used to correct several aesthetic concerns using only 1 treatment.
A dental implant recreates the tooth from the root up, allowing you to enjoy a permanent solution to replace a missing tooth.
Although they have a bad reputation for looking and feeling fake, dentures have undergone several improvements for more realistic results when treating significant tooth loss.
Rebuilding your compromised smile offers a variety of benefits, including:
Invest in a healthy, functional smile with full mouth reconstruction. Contact our office today to see if you’re a candidate. We look forward to improving your quality of life.