Full mouth reconstruction involves a series of procedures used to enhance your smile’s appearance. This often requires a combination of crowns, fillings, veneers, inlays, on-lays and dental implants.
•If you’ve had severe trauma to your mouth, you could be a suitable candidate for a full mouth reconstruction. Trauma may cause fractures and chips in the teeth that may worsen decay and sometimes affect speaking.
•Excessively decayed teeth may also qualify for a reconstruction. Your dentist may use fillings, crowns or inlays to protect your teeth from future decay.
•People with extremely worn down teeth can also benefit from this procedure. Teeth wear out from conditions such as bruxism, acid reflux or a poor diet.
Life’s too short to go without a beautiful smile. Talk to your dentist to see if you’re a candidate for a full mouth reconstruction.