Full Mouth Restorations

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A full mouth restoration is ideal for patients wanting to completely transform the look and feel of their smile. Each restoration is specific to the patient having work done, as some procedures aren’t necessary for all patients. You will come into the office first to have a treatment plan established. From there, we can begin the full mouth restoration in several subsequent visits.

Why would Full Mouth Restorations be needed?

Most often, full mouth restoration is necessary if you’re unhappy with your smile. You may be missing several teeth or simply be unhappy with the way your existing teeth look. You may be looking to have full mouth restoration done prior to a special event like a wedding, class reunion or performance. The restoration is personalized to each individual patient to ensure that unnecessary treatment is avoided.

What makes you a good candidate for a Full Mouth Restoration?

Most people who would like to undergo a full mouth restoration are good candidates for the procedure. Because there are many procedures involved during restorative work, we can customize treatment according to your needs. Restoration may take several months to complete from start to finish. You’ll need to come into our office for an exam and consult to determine the best treatment for your smile.

What happens during Full Mouth Restorations?

Each patient’s full mouth restoration is totally different from another person’s. You’ll first need a consultation so that we can determine what type of work is needed. Some patients benefit from simple veneers while others may require implants, dentures or other restorative treatment. Our goal is to provide you with treatment options specific to your smile. You will need to come in for regular visits during the course of treatment. Most full mouth restorations take just a few weeks to several months to complete and for you to feel confident in your smile.

If you’re interested in a full mouth restoration and would like to learn more about this option, call our office today and our helpful staff members can further assist you.

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