Complete Reconstruction Cases FAQ
What Is A Full Mouth Reconstruction?
This is the restoration of each tooth in the mouth usually done when teeth are worn down, broken down, or missing. Tooth appearance and occlusal (bite) problems are present and pronounced. Usually crowns, bridges and veneers will correct these types of problems.
When Is A Full Mouth Reconstruction Indicated?
Patients who have worn teeth over the years or who have broken down teeth are candidates for full mouth reconstruction. Patients who have worn their teeth down through extensive "grinding" of their teeth are candidates for full mouth reconstruction. Patients who have pain in the joint by their ear (TM joint) and headaches are candidates for full mouth reconstruction.
What Does Full Mouth Reconstruction Do For The Patient?
Full mouth reconstruction will restore your teeth to their proper positions before being worn down. Your smile and appearance of all your teeth will be improved and the improvement will be dramatic.
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