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Alexandra George

171 Wexford-Bayne Rd. (Route 910) Suite 200
Wexford, PA
15090

Full Mouth Reconstruction

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What is Full Mouth Reconstruction?

A blend of art and the science of restorative dentistry, full mouth reconstruction improves the health, function, and beauty of the smile. Full mouth reconstruction is typically performed on people with severe dental problems caused by tooth decay, periodontal disease, or TMJD, or those who have lost multiple teeth because of an accident or injury.

Full mouth reconstruction is the complete rebuild of the teeth in a patient’s mouth to restore their smile. Depending on the severity or complexity of your dental problems, this may involve the use of crowns, veneers, dental bridges, and dental implants.

Am I a Candidate for Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Patients with severe tooth decay, misshapen teeth, and patients missing many teeth are excellent candidates for full mouth reconstruction. Patients who have experienced enamel damage or enamel loss caused by TMJD are also candidates for full mouth reconstruction. These conditions often cause pain, problems with chewing or speaking. They also can make many people feel self-conscious or embarrassed about their appearance.

If you are experiencing multiple dental problems, like missing teeth, damaged or misshapen teeth, teeth affected by tooth decay, or just want to restore your smile, full mouth reconstruction with Dr. George is the best dental restoration option for you.

Full mouth reconstruction is a highly personalized treatment, so before we begin your full mouth reconstruction, we will carefully assess your individual needs in combination with your oral health history. We will provide you with a complete plan that outlines your expectations for your treatment and discuss all potential options for restoration.

Benefits of Full Mouth Reconstruction

Full mouth reconstruction can help:

  • Eliminate pain caused by poor dental health and an unbalanced bite, including jaw pain, neck pain, and headaches, and TMJD. Pain is caused by an unbalanced bite that frequently results from missing, misshapen, or damaged teeth, so replacing damaged teeth or missing teeth is very important.
  • Improve both your dental and your overall health by improving the structure and health of your mouth. Your teeth and gums become healthier when your dental problems are treated, and decayed or damaged teeth and tissue are removed.
  • Restore confidence. Many full mouth restoration patients report feeling more confident and outgoing, with improved self-esteem.
  • Restore functionality. Full mouth reconstruction gives you back the ability to chew and speak normally. These functions can be negatively impacted by missing, damaged, or decaying teeth.

If you want to live pain-free with a beautiful smile, you owe it to yourself to learn about the full mouth reconstruction offered by Dr. George. Call us today at 724-934-3422.

Full mouth reconstruction may incorporate one or more of the following restorative services:

Crowns and veneers

Dental bridges

Dental implants

Orthodontics

 

 

Before & After

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