Full Mouth Restoration
Many individuals have a number of problems with their teeth and gums that affect both functional capabilities and cosmetic appearance. A full mouth restoration combines multiple treatments to address these concerns and improve both the health and aesthetics of your teeth. This procedure, also known as full mouth reconstruction or full mouth rehabilitation, can often be very helpful to patients experiencing difficulties with chewing or speaking and those with numerous dental problems that may be having an effect on their daily lives.
The doctors at Germantown Dental Group have been extensively trained in the intricacies of full mouth reconstructions and cosmetic dentistry and have learned from only the very best in the field. This makes our practice stand out over most other dentists in the area when it comes to these complex procedures. With a full mouth restoration, our cosmetic dentists can address a variety of concerns and improve the function of your teeth and the appearance of your smile!
What are the benefits of full mouth restoration?
A full mouth restoration can correct many dental, periodontal, and orthodontic concerns. Some of the potential conditions that a full mouth restoration can address include:
- Missing teeth
- Misalignment/teeth crowding
- Gaps and spaces between the teeth
- Chips, cracks, and fractures
- Gum disease
- Excess gum tissue
- Staining and discoloration
- Teeth that appear worn-down
- TMJ Disorder
What are the treatments that can be included in a full mouth restoration?
At your initial consultation, one of our experienced dentists will evaluate your needs and talk with you about your options. Then, he can create a customized treatment plan designed to meet your goals. Depending on your unique needs and goals, a full mouth restoration can involve a number of advanced treatment options. Some of the more popular include:
Dental implants are advanced alternatives to dentures that can replace missing teeth with permanent results that look and feel natural.
With porcelain veneers, you can address chips, gaps, deep stains, and even some cases of teeth misalignment.
A dental crown is a customized restoration designed to enhance strength, protection, and appearance for a tooth that is heavily damaged by decay or other conditions. Dental crowns are also the final steps in root canal and dental implant procedures.
ZOOM!® teeth whitening treatment can improve the appearance of teeth affected by stains and discoloration. This procedure can ultimately lighten the teeth by several shades and result in a whiter, brighter smile.
Cosmetic Dental Bonding
Cosmetic bonding utilizes a durable, tooth-colored resin to improve aesthetics and functionality for teeth affected by cracks, discolorations, chips, and other common conditions.
With state-of-the-art laser dentistry, we can reduce the appearance of a “gummy smile” by removing excess gum tissue for a more balanced look.
Gum Disease Treatment
Our practice offers a number of advanced methods designed to remove plaque and harmful bacteria from deep within the gums. Laser dentistry and other techniques can help you address the many oral and general health concerns that can be caused by untreated periodontal disease.
Invisalign®/Six Month Smiles®
TMJ Disorder Treatment
Restorative dentistry and customized oral appliances can often be very effective for patients suffering from symptoms of TMJ Disorder.
What does the procedure involve?
Once you have chosen the best options for your needs, our dentist will establish an overall treatment plan. For some patients, the entire full mouth restoration procedure can be performed in a single appointment at our office; for others, a series of appointments is necessary to complete the treatment plan. Individuals who have selected several treatments and procedures that are more complex will often need to stage full mouth restoration over a series of appointments. Our dentist will discuss the best plan for your specific needs once you have been evaluated and your treatment options have been chosen.
If you would like more information on full mouth restoration procedures, or if you would like to schedule a consultation, please contact us today.