A full mouth reconstruction is a comprehensive approach to restorative dentistry, also known as a smile makeover. Rather than treating conditions one-by-one as they arise, our team looks at the bigger picture of your oral architecture to determine how they can improve your mouth's function and appearance from the ground up. This process typically involves combining multiple procedures for a more streamlined and practical approach.
There are many benefits to getting a full mouth reconstruction. By redesigning and restoring your oral architecture, a full mouth reconstruction can make it easier for you to eat and speak, improve your overall oral health, and enhance your appearance.
A full mouth reconstruction also has many advantages over taking a piecemeal approach to your restorative procedures. It gives your dentist the latitude to rebuild your entire mouth, rather than just confining them to one particular area or condition. This big-picture approach ultimately results in more effective outcomes and better overall oral health.
By combining multiple treatments into a single procedure, a full mouth reconstruction alleviates you from having to make numerous trips to the dentist, saving you a great deal of time.
You start the process of your full mouth reconstruction with a consultation. Your provider examines your mouth and assesses what they could do to improve its health and appearance, and then they devise a treatment plan to achieve those goals.
The Center for Advanced Dentistry team takes a very personalized approach to dental care, and they will work with you to develop a treatment plan that best suits your particular needs and preferences.
Your provider selects from a wide array of different treatments when designing your full mouth reconstruction. Some of the most common cosmetic procedures involved in full-mouth reconstructions include:
Dental bridges are restorative devices that replicate the appearance and function of natural teeth. They are composed of one or more prosthetic teeth and anchored on either side by either remaining healthy teeth or dental implants.
Dentures are rows of false teeth used to restore full dental function to one or both rows of missing teeth. Dentures can be removable or fixed depending on the patient's preference.
Veneers are thin shells of material used to cover dental imperfections. These are effective options for restoring the appearance of teeth damaged by stains, chips, or cracks.
Some of the services that could also constitute a smile makeover are:
A cleaner mouth and healthier teeth can be just a visit away. To learn more about the Center for Advanced Dentistry’s periodontal disease treatments, call the office or schedule a visit online today.
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