When your teeth are in need of several cosmetic treatments, our Tulsa, OK dental office can create a smile makeover to address them all. But what if your problems are more than cosmetic? If your smile is suffering from several problems such as cavities, cracks, and even lost teeth, don’t despair. We can restore your smile with a full-mouth reconstruction.
Q: What Is A Full-Mouth Reconstruction?
Q: What’s Usually Included In A Full-Mouth Reconstruction?
Q: How Can Dental Implants Help?
Q: Are Dentures The Kind That You Remove And Place In Water Each Night?
When you have multiple problems with how your teeth function, a full-mouth reconstruction can help with them all. This is a treatment plan created by Dr. Cornell and you to correct the problems and get you back a fully working set of teeth. It usually includes work to fix damaged teeth, but it can also include removing teeth that can’t be fixed anymore and replacing them. The ultimate goal is to reconstruct your teeth so you have a mouth that works normally again.
These plans are individualized for each patient, so the exact types of treatments to be included in your full-mouth reconstruction depend on your specific issues. That said, there are some treatments that are so useful or common that they often are included in these plans. They include:
When you’ve lost a tooth, you’re not able to eat like you used to, nevermind smile like you used to. It’s important to replace that missing tooth. Dental bridges are a noninvasive way to do so, but dental implants are more durable and last longer. A regular implant includes a titanium root implanted in your jawbone that connects to a dental crown.
Full dentures that you remove each night for cleaning still exist because they are a great way to replace a full arch of teeth. But these days, there are other options:
Full-mouth reconstructions can repair your teeth so you can eat and look normal again. Call us today or email us to schedule your next appointment.