Restorative Dentistry is used to help the patient achieve optimal health of the entire mouth, including gums, teeth, and bite. This is done by addressing several dental issues, such as missing and damaged teeth, gum, and periodontal bone problems. It typically includes a combination of cosmetic and restorative dentistry services such as dental implants, dental crowns, bridges, veneers, gum re-contouring and fillings. It may also include treatment to improve the bite, such as orthodontics and TMD treatment to correct problems involving temporomandibular joints.
Since full mouth restorations usually require extensive dental work that may include several oral surgery procedures, the ideal candidate should be in good general health, even though they are suffering from poor oral health. Even though full mouth restorations require multiple visits of extensive work many are willing to pay that price for an enhanced appearance, restored self-esteem and optimal oral health that will last for many years.
If you are interested in full mouth restoration, call us today to schedule a consultation.