Full Mouth Reconstruction
If you wish that you could change several things about your smile, then a full mouth reconstruction may be right for you. This treatment focuses on correcting aesthetic as well as functional problems to help you achieve a healthier and more beautiful smile. In most cases, a full mouth reconstruction involves multiple treatments, each personalized to give you the results you want.
Performing Full Mouth Reconstructions to…
…Repair Dental Damage
A common reason why Drs. Umansky, Nikmard and Elmore may recommend a full mouth reconstruction is when a patient has suffered severe amounts of dental damage or decay throughout the mouth. This can be a result of poor dental hygiene, trauma, gum disease, or other issues. Bruxism and TMJ disorders can also cause excessive wear on the teeth, which may require extensive treatment to repair.
Some of the most common procedures that our dentists may recommend for dental decay and damage include:
- Dental fillings
- Dental crowns
- Dental implants
- Implant-supported dentures
- Dental inlays and onlays
- Root canal therapy
- Tooth extraction
- Dental bridge
- Dental bonding
…Restore Your Smile’s Appearance
A full mouth reconstruction can be used to help repair not only the function of your mouth but also the appearance of your smile. If you have imperfections that are causing you to be embarrassed about your smile, our team can recommend one or more of the following services:
If your smile is giving you trouble, we invite you to learn more about full mouth reconstruction in Humble, Texas, by contacting Aesthetic Dentistry Associates at 281-446-4700. Our dental team is here to help you regain your smile’s full health and beauty.