Full Mouth Reconstruction

This process restores decaying, damaged, or missing teeth. The doctors at Monarch Dentistrywill recommend crowns, white fillings, dentures or dental implants. The goal truly is to have the mouth function properly, feel more comfortable and look fantastic and complete.

We are able to achieve those goals by taking x-rays, creating diagnostic wax-ups and recommending the correct therapy. If your issues include periodontal disease or tooth decay, we will help you resolve them as part of your reconstruction plan. We are dedicated to providing you comprehensive solutions. Our doctors will also check for signs of TMJ disorder and bruxism (teeth grinding). When your tooth is worn out it’s usually the result of those types of conditions.

If you’re missing teeth, your full-mouth reconstruction can address that similarly. Missing teeth will lead to shifting, decay, an uncomfortable bite, and additional tooth loss. We have a tendency to may recommend replacing missing teeth with a bridge, partial dentures, or dental implant. Of all treatment alternatives, a dental implant is the foremost biological choice to restore the tooth’s root and crown. They are the most natural and longest lasting option.

After your full-mouth reconstruction, you will be able to eat, speak, and smile normally again, feeling confident and self-assured. You’ll no longer have to hide your teeth for pictures or lower you head when you meet someone for the first time. And you’ll be able to enjoy a healthy diet of hard-to-chew foods. A full-mouth reconstruction will restore your health, your self-image, and your smile.