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Full Mouth Restoration
Occasionally, the need arises for a full mouth restoration. During a full mouth restoration, dentists, periodontists (who specialize in gums), oral surgeons, orthodontists, and endodontists (who specialize in tooth pulp) all work together to rebuild and restore all of the teeth in your upper and lower jaws. We will work with you to design a treatment plan that suits your individual needs.
Full mouth restoration is used when multiple teeth have been lost or fractured due to trauma or decay. Excessive teeth grinding will eventually wear down the teeth, as can acid erosion from different foods and drinks, which can create the need for a full mouth restoration. It can also be a solution to chronic jaw pain, muscle pain, and headaches that are related to problems with your bite.
If you think a full mouth restoration will help you, schedule a consultation at our office. Dr. Appel or Dr. Caton will examine your mouth to determine if a full restoration is necessary. They’ll look at the condition of your teeth, your gums, your jaw muscles and bone, and as well the color, shape, and size of your teeth. X-rays of your teeth and jaws will further help the dentists determine the best course of action. Depending on your individual needs, a full mouth restoration could include procedures like jaw repositioning, contouring of gum tissue, placement of crowns, bridges, or veneers, tooth implants, bone grafting to increase the stability of your teeth, and orthodontics.
While a full mouth restoration may sound like a complicated process, our patients are always completely satisfied with their results. A full mouth restoration gives you long- term solutions to oral health concerns. You will love the way your smile looks and feels after being fully restored!
“Very accommodating… top notch service from the receptionist to the dentist and the assistant… I left feeling relieved and happy.”
— Charles Beatty
“Every detail of the visit, you are made to feel comfortable and welcome. I actually look forward to going to the dentist!”
— Carolyn White