Full-Mouth Reconstruction

Some patients need full-mouth reconstructions to restore total oral function and an attractive smile. Our dental office has the ability to handle complex full mouth rehabilitations. Many times the full mouth rehabilitations are done for cosmetics, but more often they are completed to restore missing teeth, tooth function and speech.

Full-mouth reconstruction can include, but is not limited to, patients with multiple missing teeth, extensively damaged teeth, bite abnormalities, crooked or crowded teeth, advanced gum disease, the inability to chew properly, and compromised teeth and facial esthetics where there is caving-in of the lips and cheeks. Full-mouth reconstruction restores the teeth and the bite and the proper support of the facial structures. Full-mouth reconstruction can include a combination of dental implants, tooth bonding, veneers, fillings, crowns, dentures and removable or fixed bridges. Our goal is to rebuild a smile that will serve you well for the rest of your life.

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