What is Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Full mouth reconstruction, also known as full mouth rehabilitation, is a comprehensive treatment plan. It can improve both the function and aesthetics of your smile. Undergoing full mouth reconstruction can significantly improve your overall oral health by:
Making these significant improvements can also prevent future dental issues and reduce treatment needs.
Planning Your Treatment
We believe in taking ample time with each patient to ensure that we create and provide the most beneficial treatment plan possible. Our doctors use an intraoral camera during your evaluation to ensure you are an active participant in your dental treatment. This advanced technology allows us to share an in-depth view of all your oral health issues so that you can make informed decisions throughout your treatment plan.
Commonly Combined Procedures
Your customized treatment plan may include restorative procedures such as:
We can provide effective care for any stage of gum disease to restore the foundation of your smile.
Our Nashville practice provides composite resin fillings to restore teeth that have been damaged by cavities. A filling restores a tooth after the removal of decay, preventing further bacteria from entering. Composite resin fillings can also be matched to the shade of your tooth for an inconspicuous result.
Inlays and Onlays
An inlay or onlay can repair the surface of a molar. Inlays are placed between the cusps, whereas onlays are used to replace one or more cusps. These restorations are typically recommended when a filling would be insufficient, but a crown would be excessive.
Dental implants replace lost tooth roots and provide the ultimate anchor for restorations. These posts are surgically placed in the jawbone, where they become permanently fused to the bone tissue. The doctors at our Nashville practice can determine whether you are a good candidate and also oversee your treatment.
Crowns are fitted over the entirety of a broken, cracked, or decayed tooth following treatment. These restorations are used to provide structure and protection to a damaged tooth that may need more stability than a filling, inlay, or onlay can offer. Crowns can also replace a single missing tooth in conjunction with a dental implant. Our office also offers advanced all-ceramic and IPS e.max® dental crowns.
We believe in taking ample time with each patient to ensure that we create and provide the most beneficial treatment plan possible.
Bridges can be used to replace one or more missing teeth. Traditional bridges are fitted over the teeth on either side of the gap, which creates the appearance of a seamless bite. We also offer implant-supported bridges.
Dentures are used to replace several missing teeth. You can receive either a partial or complete denture depending on whether any natural teeth remain. Partial dentures, also known as removable bridges, include clasps on each side which attach to surrounding teeth. Our Nashville practice can design any denture to connect to dental implants.