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Full Mouth Rehabilitation

There are many reasons why a patient may put off going to the dentist, even if they are in pain. Dental phobia, lack of money, and even a busy work schedule can keep a person from seeking treatment. Delaying treatment or not having regular dental cleanings can create much larger issues. Ignoring your oral health can affect your self-confidence, your ability to chew food properly, and your overall health. When a patient’s conditions develop into serious ones, a Full Mouth Reconstruction may be needed.

  • Through full-mouth reconstruction, we can fix:

  • Worn teeth from grinding/bruxism

  • Severe tooth decay

  • Abscesses and dying/dead nerves

  • Broken teeth from cavities or facial trauma

  • Multiple missing teeth and collapsing bite

Once you have decided to get your smile back, our dedicated team of experts can help you by using the latest in dental technology. From 3D imaging, cutting-edge designing software and high-quality restorative materials, we have all the tools necessary to return function and beauty to your smile.

Starting with diagnostic records that include “before” photos, 3D scan, and models of your teeth, we can design a wax mock-up of your new mouth, showing very closely how your new smile will look. Depending on your unique needs and desires, we will personalize your treatment to suit your individual needs.

Once your new smile is exactly the way you want it, we can develop a treatment plan. We use only the most skilled dental artists and laboratories to create your veneers, crowns, and other restorations. Full-mouth reconstruction may use a wide range of materials and procedures including:

  • Crowns

  • Veneers

  • Bridges

  • Extraction and grafting

  • Root Canal Therapy

  • Dental Implants

  • Implant supported teeth

Full-mouth reconstruction can change your life in many ways. It can not only restore your ability to chew and speak clearly but also your self-confidence.

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