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Full Mouth Reconstruction

If you’ve ever heard of a “smile makeover”, then you’ve heard of Full Mouth Reconstruction. Dentists perform full mouth reconstruction on patients that have problems with the function, health and appearance of their existing teeth.

Full Mouth Reconstruction can completely change the way your entire smile looks, including repairing teeth that are:

  • Broken
  • Worn down
  • Decayed
  • Eroded
  • Missing
  • Discolored

If you want a completely new smile that is fully functional and dramatically changes your appearance, then full mouth reconstruction is the answer. A combination of treatments are used in this type of treatment and your dentist will work directly with you to choose what treatments will meet your expectations as well as your budget. By restoring your smile you can talk and grin in confidence, as well as use your teeth the way nature intended.

Treatments that are often used in full mouth reconstruction include one or a combination of options such as:

  • Dental bonding
  • Porcelain veneers
  • Crowns
  • Tooth whitening
  • White fillings
  • Dental implants

Each type of treatment can address needs of individual teeth and be combined with other treatments to change the appearance of your entire smile. Not only does full mouth reconstruction improve your appearance, but it improves how your teeth function against one another and improves your oral health. Existing dental disease can cause other teeth to have problems and affect the rest of your body.

If you have broken teeth or simply want to improve your teeth and get the smile you’ve always dreamed of, it’s important for you to know that you have options. Your dentist will work closely with you to explain options or combinations of options that can help completely transform your entire smile into one that you’re proud of.

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