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What is a full mouth reconstruction?

Many times, when you go to the dentist, it's for an isolated issue with a singular solution. For example, if you have a cavity, we'll repair it with a tooth-colored filling. However, some patients may have oral health conditions that are more complicated and may need a combination of treatments. This is common in older patients who, over the years, may have more broken, worn, decayed, or missing teeth. In these cases, the most efficient approach is a full mouth reconstruction.

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Your full mouth reconstruction begins with a thorough exam, including digital x-rays and other imaging to help create a treatment plan. Among the procedures this may include are:

  • Dental crowns
  • Porcelain veneers
  • Dental bridges
  • Tooth implants
  • Implant-supported dentures

If we find that you have periodontal disease, we will treat it first so that your new restorations are built on a solid foundation. We aim to earn your confidence in your treatment plan before we begin. Because often, we can use more than one approach to achieve your oral health goals, we'll explain each and answer each of your questions.

For more information about full mouth reconstruction and how it fits into our general and cosmetic dental services, we encourage you to call and set up an appointment today.

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