Full Mouth Reconstructions

Full Mouth Reconstructions

Many people have dental concerns that are so significant, it will take more than a single, simple procedure to set things right. Instead, they need comprehensive treatment that considers both the look and function of the teeth.

Issues that a full mouth reconstruction may address include:

  • Missing teeth
  • Large fillings
  • Failing fillings
  • Tooth decay
  • Cracked or chipped teeth
  • Worn teeth
  • Poor tooth spacing
  • Alignment issues
  • Ectodermal dyslasia
  • Ameliogenesis
  • Dentinogenisis imperfecta
  • After effects of oral caner

Treatment options used in full mouth reconstructions are customized based on the needs of the patient. They can include:

  • Inlays
  • Onlays
  • Crowns
  • Bridges
  • Veneers
  • Dental implants
  • Dentures

The goal is to give the patient a smile that both looks great and functions properly. If you think you might be a candidate for full mouth reconstruction, contact our office.


 

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