Your smile plays a significant role in your confidence and your interpersonal relationships. Today, patients have access to advanced dental technology and procedures. Enhancing your smile is easier, less uncomfortable, and has a quicker recovery time than traditional dentistry. Full-mouth reconstruction is a great way to hit the “reset” button on your smile, as it involves the restoration and remaking of the essential parts of your mouth – often affecting all or most of the teeth in your mouth. Depending on your exact and personal dental needs, procedures will be tailored to make your mouth feel natural and beautiful.
Essentially, full-mouth reconstruction involves treatment that impacts the entire mouth. When one treatment alone cannot fix your dental issues, a full-mouth reconstruction or restoration can fix multiple dental problems, restore your smile, and provide you with the full functionality of your mouth. Whether this treatment is as simple as placing porcelain veneers on every tooth or as complex as getting implant-retained dentures, you can trust our experts to work with you to find the right combination of services for a natural-looking, functioning smile. Full-mouth restoration can address jaw-bone issues, replace any missing teeth, treat dental diseases, fix worn-down teeth, and fix any broken dental appliances such as broken fillings or crowns. No matter what condition your teeth are in currently, we can give you the transformation you’re looking for.
When do I need a full-mouth restoration? Tooth decay, gum disease, broken teeth, and other oral health issues can damage your mouth’s fundamental abilities to function. When decay becomes increasingly present in your mouth, it can cause some severe damage and tooth loss. When this happens, a full-mouth restoration can restore your smile and its essential functions and bring your mouth, your smile, and your confidence to a healthy level. Other issues may be:
- Dental Disease
- Worn Down Teeth
- Mouth or Jaw Trauma
- Chronic Jaw Pain
The first step toward the smile you want is to consult with one of our dental experts. We’ll evaluate the current state of your smile and learn more about your needs and goals. This process may also include X-rays and other diagnostic information so that we can formulate the perfect plan catered to your unique set of teeth. Whether a few teeth or every single one needs work, we’ll gladly walk you through every stage of the process from beginning to end.
Start making better first impressions when you get a full-mouth restoration at Boulder Dental Designs in Boulder, CO! Have questions about whether you’re a good candidate for this service? Feel free to reach out to us, and we’ll be happy to provide all the information you need.