Extensive dental damage, decay, and tooth loss can impact the way your smile functions and cause you embarrassment.
An entirely customizable treatment, full mouth reconstruction can address multiple areas of your smile to restore its structural integrity.
Let's take a look at this all-inclusive treatment...
Eliminate your risk of more widespread tooth loss.
When left unaddressed, dental decay and infection can spread to other areas of your smile. Treating these concerns can protect remaining teeth and the shape of your jaw.
Treatment can have extraordinary aesthetic benefits.
Full mouth reconstruction is designed for your smile. Your dentist can take into account the shape of your face, the position of your jaws, and the alignment of your teeth for beautiful results.
Better health. Better function. Better life.
Missing teeth can make it difficult to chew, and patients with tooth loss often sacrifice healthy food as a result. Treatment can make it easier to eat the food you need and love.
Let's dive deeper...
...and that number is growing by 500,000 annually.
2.3 million implant-supported crowns are fabricated annually.
90% of patients with partial or complete tooth loss have dentures.
With a full mouth reconstruction, no case is too complex...
You and your dentist can carefully select the procedures to include in your plan, ensuring treatment meets your budget. You may also stage treatment to make it more affordable. Keep in mind that since this type of care is primarily restorative, insurance may cover all or part of each procedure.
As full mouth reconstruction is designed to address individual concerns, the cost can vary significantly from patient to patient.
Which treatments may be included?
The length of your treatment will depend on the procedures you choose to include. Sometimes, your dentist can perform more than one procedure in a single visit to expedite your treatment.
What would it take to feel great about your smile?
When designing your treatment, consider all of the restorative solutions available. Dental implants can replace missing teeth, periodontal therapy can improve the health of your gums, and fillings can repair cavities. If you have temporomandibular joint disorder, also known as TMJ disorder or TMD, treatment can relieve pain and even protect your teeth from excessive wear and tear. You can incorporate any number of procedures into your unique treatment plan.
If you are struggling with a compromised smile, you are not alone. A dentist can help you sort through your treatment options and make a healthy, attractive smile a reality. Take the first step and schedule an appointment to learn more about whether full mouth reconstruction is right for you.
Dr Perry is a great dentist. Very kind and informative. I feel like he is personally invested in my health. He always takes the time to sit and discuss any issues I'm having - I never feel like they're rushing me out.