Full Mouth Reconstruction - Westminster, CO
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Full Mouth Reconstruction Can
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Living with the pain and discomfort of dental health problems can make it impossible to eat your favorite foods and speak comfortably. Failing, discolored, and missing teeth can leave you feeling ashamed of your smile and misaligned teeth can create an unstable bite, leading to jaw strain and damage to your teeth. Whether due to extensive decay, genetics, severe wear, traumatic injury, or any other cause, you deserve to enjoy your dream smile with fully functional comfort.
For patients with extensive or complex dental health concerns, a full mouth reconstruction is a comprehensive approach that allows us to combine several types of treatment into one comprehensive plan to completely rebuild the function, comfort, and beauty of your teeth.
Your Full Mouth Reconstruction Process
Your dental reconstruction process at Standley Shores Dental Group starts with a conversation. We want to know your dental history, concerns, and smile goals. We’ll then conduct a comprehensive examination of your oral health and collect diagnostic images and photographs to give us a complete picture of your needs.
Your smile is unique to you, and so is the attention you’ll receive in our office! We will create your completely personalized dental reconstruction treatment plan with consideration for your facial aesthetics, face symmetry, lip line, gum line, each one of your smile goals, and dental health needs. We will present you with various options so you can choose the best approach for your lifestyle and your budget.
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Detailed Treatment Plans
Dental crowns fully cover an existing tooth with a strong, natural-looking material such as porcelain, ceramic, or zirconia. Crowns are a versatile treatment for a variety of problems including cracked, broken, and severely worn or decayed teeth, teeth weakened due to previous root canal therapy, and a number of cosmetic concerns. Crowns are commonly incorporated into full mouth reconstruction treatments where some of the natural teeth are still salvageable.
Dental bridges replace missing teeth by anchoring a replacement tooth to the two adjacent teeth. Traditional dental bridges require placing crowns on stable natural teeth near the area where teeth are missing. Dental bridges can also be attached to implant posts, providing a stable foundation without the use of existing teeth.
Porcelain veneers can create a unified look for your full mouth restoration by helping crowns, bridges, and dental implants blend seamlessly with your natural teeth. Since veneers cover the visible portion of an existing tooth with a thin shell of beautiful restoration material such as porcelain, veneers can correct a wide variety of cosmetic concerns.
The goal of your dental reconstruction is to give you a beautiful smile you feel proud to show off. Professional teeth whitening can remove stains and brighten your smile for a more confident, youthful-looking smile. Teeth whitening treatments work by using a special solution that removes these stains and physically brightens the teeth.
The function, longevity, and comfort of your full mouth reconstruction results will depend on your bite. When teeth don’t meet properly, it can put excessive pressure on some areas, straining the teeth and leading to wear and breakdown over time. A misaligned bite also strains your jaw joint and muscles, leading to functional issues and pain. Occlusal adjustment allows us to ensure that your bite is properly balanced and that your restorations will last as long as possible.
Generally known as braces, traditional orthodontics may be an integral part of ensuring ideal alignment and function for your teeth and ideal results for your full mouth reconstruction treatment plan. By positioning your natural teeth correctly, we can start with a stable foundation, helping your restorations last and giving you an ideal outcome.
For patients needing smaller adjustments to the positioning of their teeth, or who have had braces in the past but experienced shifting afterward, clear aligners such as Invisalign can perfect the spacing and alignment of your teeth without the need for braces.
This versatile approach to tooth replacement is the ideal way to restore missing teeth. Dental implants can replace any number of missing teeth with a strong, functional prosthetic that looks and feels completely natural. If your dental reconstruction plan calls for replacing missing teeth, dental implants are likely your best option!