Damaged or missing teeth can cause embarrassment and insecurity. Fortunately, a full mouth reconstruction treatment plan can restore the look and function of your teeth. Full mouth reconstructions incorporate a variety of dental treatments, which means they can repair a wide array of dental conditions. Troy cosmetic dentist Keith Kelley offers the latest restorative procedures to restore your smile.
Full Mouth Reconstruction Procedures
There are numerous procedures used for full mouth reconstruction treatment. Because each person has different dental needs, not all full mouth reconstruction treatments are the same. To find out which treatments are best for you, we welcome you to schedule a consultation with Dr. Kelley.
- Dental implants: Dental implants are a permanent option to securely replacing missing teeth. Dental implants are screw-like titanium posts placed within the jawbone. Different restorations, including dental crowns, implant-supported bridges, and implants-supported dentures can be attached to the dental implant to replace individual teeth or multiple teeth.
- Dental crowns: Broken or extensively damaged teeth can be repaired with dental crowns. Dental crowns are tooth shaped prosthetics that fit over damaged teeth to restore both appearance and strength.
- Implant-supported dentures: For those who are missing multiple teeth, implant-supported dentures offer a secure replacement option. Implant-supported dentures anchor within the mouth using three to five dental implants. Implant-supported dentures stay firmly in place during daily activities like eating and talking.
- Porcelain veneers: Porcelain veneers are thin shells, which fit over the front surface of the teeth. Veneers can be used to improve the shape, size, color, and alignment of teeth. Teeth that are too stained for teeth whitening treatment can be brightened with porcelain veneers treatment. Porcelain veneers can even be used as instant orthodontics to create a straight smile without the need for embarrassing, time-consuming metal braces.
- Inlays and onlays: Inlays and onlays are another option in full mouth reconstruction treatment. Inlays and onlays are tooth-colored treatments used to replace metal fillings, restore decaying teeth, and repair damaged teeth.
- Periodontal Treatment: Healthy gums are vital to overall oral health. Periodontal treatments like scaling and root planing may be needed as a part of a full mouth reconstruction treatment.
Are You a Candidate for Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Because of the wide range of full mouth reconstruction treatments, many people are prime candidates for treatment. If you suffer from any of the following, full mouth reconstruction treatment may be right for you.
- Dental pain
- Teeth discoloration
- Misshaped teeth
- Broken teeth
- Chipped teeth
- Missing teeth
- Damaged or injured teeth
- Tooth decay
Schedule a Consultation with Dr. Kelley
A full mouth reconstruction can restore the look and function of your smile. Many patients who have undergone full mouth reconstruction treatment experience improved quality of life. Full mouth reconstructions can both restore confidence and rejuvenate your appearance. To learn more about full mouth reconstruction or to find out which treatments are right for you, schedule a consultation with Dr. Kelley. We hope to hear from you soon!