A full-mouth reconstruction is a general term that covers a variety of procedures that restore health, function, and beauty to your teeth and gums.
Full-mouth reconstructions give patients whole new smiles. If you’ve experienced trauma, disease, severe decay, broken teeth or other problems that damaged your gums, or have robbed you of some, or all, of your teeth, then Dr. Horblitt can restore your smile and quality of life with a full-mouth reconstruction.
How Is A Full-Mouth Reconstruction Diagnosed?
Dr. Horblitt examines the state of your oral health in detail, discussing all your concerns and questions during the process. His recommendations for treatment, and his skills as both a prosthodontist and a dental lab technician, are based on nearly thirty years of experience. Seeing the most difficult or impossible cases threw to satisfactory completion for the patients. His day in and day out struggles to get it just right for the patients is what gets results. Most times this is all worked out before he even touches the patients teeth.
What Types Of Procedures Are Used In A Full-Mouth Reconstruction?
The types of procedures may include: restorative dentistry such as porcelain veneers, porcelain crowns, crowns and bridges, or implant-supported restorations. If your gums are damaged or diseased, you maybe receive periodontal therapy. You may also need root canals, and treatment for temporomandibular joint disorders. Removable restorations may also be necessary to complete a restoration if the patient is unable to have implants.