Full Mouth Reconstruction
Full mouth reconstruction is suitable for patients with multiple dental conditions, as it is a combination of several dental procedures, both restorative and cosmetic. When you approach our dental practice for full mouth rehabilitation, we will look into your oral condition extensively and make sure all your concerns are addressed. We will ensure you leave with a beautiful and happy-looking smile that you've always dreamt of.
What does Full-mouth reconstruction include?
Teeth whitening: The teeth may look dull and stained when you consume a lot of colored foods or don't practice optimum oral hygiene. It can lead to frequent embarrassment when someone mocks you for your stained teeth. We offer the perfect solution to this with the help of our customized teeth whitening options, such as in-office whitening.
Crowns:Crowns are often known as the most versatile tooth restorations as they are used for multiple purposes. They restore the functionality and aesthetics of damaged, misshapen, weak, or worn out teeth and can be made to mimic the exact appearance of the natural teeth.
Oral cleaning: Scaling and root planing are two procedures that are primarily used to get rid of the plaque and tartar adhered to the teeth and roots' surface, respectively. These procedures provide relief from gum diseases and prevent the formation of cavities.
Implants: Dentists from all around the world consider dental implants as the strongest and the most stable tooth replacement solutions. They are placed in the jawbone using a titanium post, which is how they offer excellent stability. Moreover, the ceramic crown used as the tooth structure is highly durable, long-lasting, and aesthetically pleasing.
Tooth-colored fillings:Fillings are widely used to restore teeth that are decayed due to excessive microbial activity. Earlier, metal fillings made from amalgam, gold, or silver were being used extensively. But, nowadays, we only use tooth-colored fillings made from ceramic or composite resin. They offer excellent functionality and restore the aesthetics of the infected tooth.
Bridges: Losing a tooth can be a massive letdown as it can be quite embarrassing. It significantly affects the way you bite and chew food as it can apply a lot of unwanted stress on individual teeth. The simplest way to restore a lost tooth is by using a dental bridge. It is a prosthetic tooth that is held in position by dental crowns on either side.
Veneers: Veneers are primarily used to produce a cosmetic enhancement to teeth that are cracked, discolored, or chipped. They are wafer-thin pieces of ceramic and fit perfectly on the surface of the teeth. They are bonded to the teeth with the help of dental adhesives.
Please get in touch with us through online consultation or by calling us at 516-336-4902, and we'll guide you further.