Patients who have many missing teeth or severe deterioration of most teeth may require a full mouth reconstruction using a combination of restorations
- dental implants
- partial dentures
- Complete & full dentures
- Implant supported dentures.
The aim is to make the correct relation between gums, bones, muscles and teeth.
Creating a healthy, attractive smile that will last for many years
The mouth is a complex machine and without a proper bite, chewing can become impaired, teeth can be worn, the jaw and neck can become sore and even migraines can occur. By its very nature, full-mouth reconstruction can be extremely complex. Dental techniques and technologies have come a long way in the past 30 years and patients are often surprised by what can be done. Treatment is often a non-surgical, comprehensive approach to getting the upper and lower jaws in proper alignment, removing all decay, repairing all chipped, weakened, and broken teeth, and ultimately creating a healthy, attractive smile that will last for many years.
A smile that is functional, comfortable and beautiful
Full mouth rehabilitation corrects imperfections in bite position and creates a smile that is functional, comfortable and beautiful. Anyone with short, worn teeth or those that are chipped and broken throughout the mouth would be an excellent candidate.
Once this treatment is completed you can expect a mouth that looks great, feels comfortable, and gives you the confidence to smile. If you feel that your teeth or gums have been allowed to deteriorate or feel your mouth is in poor condition, a full-mouth reconstruction may be the appropriate solution.
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