Full Mouth Reconstruction
Oral health issues like decay and tooth loss can make it challenging to eat, speak, and feel confident.
Full mouth reconstruction can restore your oral health and boost your self-esteem.
Dentistry at the Heights is a family-run practice that uses full mouth reconstruction to help Brooklyn, NY, patients smile confidently.
What is Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Unlike a smile makeover, a full mouth reconstruction is designed to restore function to your smile after extensive damage. New York City patients with a significant number of broken or missing teeth typically qualify for this treatment plan.
What Problems Can Full Mouth Reconstruction Treat? The most commonly treated health concerns are:
- Significant gaps in your smile
- Cracked teeth
- Multiple or repeated cavities
- Loose teeth
- Jawbone recession
- Severe tooth decay
While physical trauma can leave patients with cracked or missing teeth, gum disease is one of the most common causes of these problems. Any underlying periodontal disease must be treated to lay the foundation for successful reconstruction.
Before and After Full Mouth Reconstruction
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Full Mouth Reconstruction Procedures
Made from natural-looking porcelain, crowns fit over a damaged tooth to prevent infection and protect against trauma.
Anchored by crowns placed on adjacent teeth, bridges can replace one to three missing teeth.
If you are missing many, most, or all of your teeth, a set of dentures can restore up to a full dental arch.
Implants are made of biocompatible titanium. Anchored into the jaw, they serve as artificial tooth roots to stabilize prosthetics. Implants are the only way to prevent jaw deterioration after tooth loss.
Fillings are made of natural-looking composite material and are the most common treatment for moderate decay.
How Long Does Full Mouth Reconstruction Take?
While the exact treatment plan will depend on the patient's individual goals, it can take several months and a full year to complete. Our treatments are supplemented with the latest technology to speed up the lengthy process. Using CEREC® to create same-day restorations and dental lasers to minimize discomfort, we strive to provide the most convenient and comfortable treatment possible.