Full mouth restorations are comprehensive reconstructive procedures for patients with complex needs. These may be cosmetic or functional, but usually they are a combination of both.
Patients may need a full mouth restoration because of issues resulting from a misaligned bite, severely worn teeth, missing teeth, or gum disease. Other times, reconstruction is needed because of a congenital birth defect, after cancer treatment, or due to facial trauma. Whatever the reason for your full mouth restoration, you can feel confident in our team’s ability to transform your smile. We are sensitive to your needs and committed to your comfort. To provide the best outcomes for our patients, we utilize the latest in dental technologies and techniques.
A full mouth restoration may include one or more of the following procedures:
Because the work needed for a full mouth restoration is usually extensive, it is most often performed over the course of multiple office visits. Although the process may take some time, the self-confidence that comes with your beautiful new smile will be well-worth the wait.
A full mouth restoration involves work on all or nearly all teeth in the mouth—they may need restorative or cosmetic treatments or they may need to be replaced altogether. With this type of comprehensive reconstruction we restore function, health, strength, and appearance to your teeth.
Full mouth restorations are not a one-size-fits-all procedure, so the costs can vary greatly depending on the type of work you need. Your dental insurance may pay for some of the cost of any treatments that aren’t solely cosmetic. We also offer our patients affordable financing options. We never want you to feel like you have to forego needed dental care because it’s not in your budget.
Many patients need a full mouth restoration because their teeth are worn down. Depending on your preferences and the condition of your teeth, we may be able to augment them with composite resin, or use dental veneers to cover them and transform your smile.
Some patients come to our office and think the only option for their dental needs is to remove all of their teeth and replace them with implants. Dental implants are a terrific solution for missing teeth, but we prefer to take a conservative approach to using them—if a tooth still has a healthy root, it’s much better not to extract it. When there are structural issues or decay above the gum line, a dental crown can be used to restore strength, function, and appearance. If the tooth is healthy and your complaints are primarily cosmetic, veneers can be used to improve the look of your smile. For some with severely compromised teeth and bite, there are options to replace all of your teeth using implants and rebuild what you have lost.
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