As its name implies, full mouth reconstruction involves restoring all of your teeth. This extensive dental procedure must be performed by dentists who are experienced in restorative and general dentistry.
Here at Emerald Dental Spa in Union, NJ, our dentists have years of combined training and education in full mouth reconstruction. As such, you can trust that your dental team will provide the care you need for a happier and healthier smile.
If you are interested in full mouth reconstruction or believe you need this dental treatment option, we invite you to give us a call. A member of our caring staff will be happy to accommodate you by scheduling you for a consultation.
In the meantime, we encourage you to continue reading for more information on this innovative dental care. Below, you will learn how we determine who is right for full mouth reconstruction and what this treatment entails.
During your initial consultation, our dentists will thoroughly examine your mouth and teeth. This allows us to see the severity of your dental health so we can present you with the most accurate and effective treatment based on your needs.
Depending on the health of your teeth, you may need one or more of the following to restore your smile:
These dental treatment options are designed to improve both your oral health and hygiene. Some patients may need only one of the above options, while others may require more.
If your gums are unhealthy, our dentists may recommend scaling and/or root planing to improve your gum tissue and prevent gum disease. This ensures that your teeth have a firm foundation for support.
Also important are your jaw muscles and joints. You need to have a stable bite in order to have a healthy smile. Orthodontic appliances may be needed to improve your bite.
The color and shape of your teeth may need to be remedied, as well. Full mouth reconstruction can implement treatments that are designed to improve the appearance and health of your teeth. As such, you can trust our dentists to provide you with a detailed report on the care you need.