Dental Rehabilitation:

November 7, 2017


Full mouth reconstruction can restore all of your teeth, rebuilding your beautiful, natural smile.


This holistic approach can be what your teeth and jaw need if you suffer from:


  • Missing teeth due to tooth decay or trauma

  • Injured or fractured teeth

  • Severely worn teeth

  • Pain in your jaw or an uncomfortable bite

  • Previous restoration work that is failing


The reconstruction process is comprehensive. If you and your dentist determine that this approach is right for you, all aspects of your mouth, including teeth, gums, jaw muscles and joints, and aesthetics will be addressed.


What is involved in a full mouth reconstruction?


The process begins with a thorough examination of your teeth and jaw. Your dentist will then refer you to specialists that can help you achieve the best long-term results.Your dentist may involve a Periodontist, Oral Surgeon, Orthodontist, and Endodontist. Most full mouth reconstructions are done in phases and involve many office visits. Depending on your situation, the process may take anywhere from 3 to 24 months to complete.


How can I find out if this is an option for me?

If you would like to get more information about a full mouth reconstruction, call your dentist today to schedule a comprehensive evaluation. Take the first step toward a beautiful smile.

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