Full Mouth Restoration

When you have multiple missing or broken teeth, misaligned or malocclusion, spacing or crowding issues with teeth, discolored or otherwise stained teeth that affect your daily life, it is time to invest in your overall oral systemic health and beauty.

Quality of Life and Emotional Benefits

One of the greatest benefits of full mouth reconstruction is the patient’s renewed confidence, comfort, and quality of life after treatment is completed. Because a smile looks more attractive and bad breath is eliminated (or reduced), full mouth reconstruction can make a person feel more confident in social and professional situations.

Reduction or elimination of pain associated with poor oral health has positive impact-retained dentures or replace missing teeth no longer have to endure time-consuming care routines, they formally experienced with traditional dentures. In addition a patient whose treatment includes correcting malocclusion (improperly positioned bite) bruxism (grinding teeth), or TMJ disorder/TMD should find from associated headaches, migraines, jaw/head/shoulder/back pain.







Restore the function & cosmetic appeal all at one time

Restorative dentistry refers to the set of procedures designed to replace missing teeth, repair damages teeth, correct improperly seated jaw joints and faulty bites, address jawbone and gum damage, replace worn-out dental work, and, in some cases treat diseases of the mouth. Each of these restoratives procedures may be performed independently, but when multiple oral health problems exist, full mouth restoration may be advised. Full mouth restoration can include any combination of the following:

  1. Crown & Bridge
  2. Implants
  3. Veneers
  4. Cosmetic Fillings
  5. Advanced Gum Treatment
  6. Teeth Whiting
  7. Invisalign