What should you do if you have multiple missing teeth or problems with the function of your smile? Even if you assume your smile is too far gone, please give us a call. We have an option that might help: Full Mouth Reconstruction. We can use a combination of cosmetic and restorative procedures, as well as dental prosthetics, to reconstruct your smile.
Frequently Asked Questions About Full Mouth Reconstruction
Question: Is every reconstruction the same?
Answer: Not at all! Each one will be tailored specifically to the patient’s smile. Some can be conservative, while others may be quite extensive. No two reconstructions will be the same.
Question: How does the procedure start?
Answer: We begin by examining your smile. The dentist will look at your teeth, gums, and oral tissues using intraoral cameras and digital x-ray technology. We can then obtain a detailed and accurate picture of your oral health. Then we will sit down with you to discuss your smile goals. We can then create a unique treatment plan to restore your smile.
Question: How do you improve smile function?
Answer: We can use restorative treatments, such as crowns, inlays, or onlays, to repair damaged teeth. We can improve alignment using Invisalign clear aligners, and address cavities with lifelike dental fillings. If you have gaps in your smile due to tooth loss, we can discuss placing dental implants, or possibly dental bridges or dentures (we have full, partial, and implant dentures available).
Question: Can you address esthetics as well?
Answer: Yes! We can use porcelain veneers to transform a tooth’s appearance, or make minor repairs in one visit with bonding and contouring. We can also use teeth whitening to lift stains from the teeth.
To learn more, schedule a consultation online, or call our office today at (847) 230-9703.