Full Mouth Restoration
Missing, cracked, chipped, decayed, discolored, and misaligned teeth can cause a number of problems and harm a person's self-esteem. If most or all of a patient's teeth need dental work, the most effective treatment plan is usually an individualized full mouth restoration. A full mouth restoration combines a number of restorative and cosmetic dental treatments in order to restore health, function, and beauty to the patient's mouth, significantly improving quality of life and self-confidence.
Depending on the state of the patient's oral health , suggested treatment options in a full mouth restoration may include dental implants, bridges, porcelain veneers, crowns, inlays or onlays, and the replacement of old metal fillings with natural-looking tooth-colored fillings. A comprehensive, personalized treatment plan is designed for each patient based on his or her needs and overall goals.