Some patients need more than just basic restorative work and may require a combination of treatments, including dental crowns, dental implants and dental bridges. Fortunately, our dental team members have advanced training in full mouth restorative care and are able to treat even the most complex cases.
Full mouth reconstruction involves a number of important steps, beginning with proper diagnosis. Position of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), development of the occlusion (bite), correction of any malocclusion, and restoration of the teeth are all pieces in the puzzle of full mouth rehabilitation.
Because full mouth reconstructive care often requires that a number of options be combined, such as dental crowns, dental implants, and dental bridges, it is important to choose a doctor with specialized training. Our Prosthodontists have had extensive post graduate training in the area of Full Mouth Reconstruction.