If your smile is not as attractive or functional as you desire, we can help. Tooth decay, gum disease, age, oral cancer, and injury can all damage the health, beauty, and function of your smile. At Beyond Exceptional Dentistry, we can turn back the clock on your smile, or even make it more attractive than it was during your youth.
Your Customized Full Mouth Reconstruction
A full mouth reconstruction is a combination of cosmetic dentistry procedures customized to give you a youthful, attractive, functional smile. It’s similar to a smile makeover, but more comprehensive, because it emphasizes the function and health as well as the appearance of your smile.
Depending on your cosmetic goals, your full mouth reconstruction may include:
- Tooth-colored fillings
- Dental crowns
- Dental implants
- Porcelain veneers
- Tooth whitening
- Endodontic therapy (root canal)
- Orthodontic treatment (such as Invisalign)
If you are suffering TMJ pain or migraines, we may recommend a full mouth reconstruction to provide long-term relief.
The Full Mouth Reconstruction Process
Before your full mouth reconstruction, our cosmetic dentists will conduct a thorough examination of your mouth’s current condition. We listen to your aesthetic and functional goals, then ask you questions about symptoms that may be connected with the condition of your mouth. Once we fully understand your mouth’s condition and your goals, we will make recommendations for cosmetic dentistry and restorative dentistry procedures to achieve your goals.
You will likely be surprised at how quickly your goals can be achieved. Except orthodontic work, almost all full mouth reconstructions can be completed in just 2 or 3 visits. And don’t let fear keep you from getting the full mouth reconstruction you desire. Sedation dentistry can help you overcome dental anxiety and remain calm and comfortable during your procedure.
We can also give you a basic idea of the results we can achieve without an appointment. Just click here to send us a digital picture, and we’ll send you back an image of what it could look like.