Full Mouth Restorations
Get a great smile with restorative dentistry!
A beautiful smile is the key to your confidence. Your smile helps you connect to others and convey your feelings. Flashing your pearly whites always makes a good first impression.
However, when your smile is less than perfect, you can lose confidence in yourself. Yellow, chipped, cracked, missing, and damaged teeth cause you to smile less. Additionally, they can cause pain, sensitivity, and impair your chewing or speaking ability. Lastly, damaged teeth age your appearance. Let your smile shine again with a full mouth restoration.
What is a Full Mouth Restoration?
A full mouth restoration is a cosmetic procedure that can change your life. It is used when all or most of your teeth need to be restored to their original shape and whiteness. After your mouth restoration, you will have a bright, youthful smile that inspires new confidence. Your bite will be corrected, which remedies your chewing and speaking ability. And finally your teeth will be protected from future damage, sensitivity, and pain.
We offer a variety of different mouth restoration procedures that can give you a brand new, sparkling smile.
- Crowns: Porcelain crowns, inlays & onlays are made to cover your current teeth and improve appearance.
- Dental implants: Implants are a painless way to replace missing teeth. Dental implants are completely natural looking and feeling.
- Porcelain Veneers: Porcelain veneers are a quick way to repair imperfect smiles in just two appointments, leaving stunning teeth as a result.
- Zoom! Teeth Whitening: This convenient procedure takes only and hour and leaves teeth five to eight shades whiter.
Dr. Wilhite on Full Mouth Restoration
I frequently see patients in my practice whose teeth are so worn down by grinding or so decimated by decay and gum disease that restoring all of their teeth is the only option.
The full mouth restoration is a very complex procedure. It is not merely putting crowns on all the teeth. All of the causes of the patient’s dental problems must first be determined prior to any restorative treatment. If the cause or causes of the problem are not first determined, then those same causes may doom any treatment to failure.
Patients are frequently upset when they are informed that the dental work that was recently done at another dental office must now be redone because either the diagnosis or treatment was incorrect. This level of care can only be provided by a very experienced dentist who has taken a lot of continuing education courses on this subject.
A full mouth reconstruction can include bite adjustment, crowns, root canals, implant crowns, and implant supported dentures. All of these require a comprehensive examination and extensive treatment planning in order to provide long-term service for each individual patient.
What are the Costs of a Full Mouth Restoration?
Contact us today to set up your free consultation. We can discuss your goals and options for full mouth restoration. Plus, we’ll talk about affordable financing and dental insurance options to make sure you get the dental care you need.