Full Mouth Reconstruction
Missing, split, damaged, decayed, blemished, and crowded teeth can create a number of complications and impact a person’s self-confidence. If most or even every single one of a patient’s teeth is in need of dental work, the most efficient treatment plan is typically a tailored, full mouth restoration. Full mouth rehabilitation brings together a number of restorative and cosmetic dental procedures for them to restore functionality, beauty, and health to the patient’s mouth, extensively strengthening quality of life and confidence.
Depending on the state of the patient’s oral health, proposed treatment options for a full mouth restoration may include dental implants, bridges, porcelain veneers, inlays, crowns or onlays, and the replacement of outdated metal fillings with natural-looking tooth-colored fillings. A comprehensive, individualized treatment plan is designed for each patient based upon his or her requirements and overall objectives.