Are multiple dental problems affecting your ability to enjoy life? Full mouth reconstruction may be the solution. Full mouth reconstruction is a combination of multiple restorative dentistry procedures. The goal is to rebuild your bite and restore good function and attractive appearance.
A full mouth reconstruction is not the same as a smile makeover. It focuses more on repair and restoration, whereas a smile makeover has cosmetic goals. However, the two projects may use some of the same procedures. To begin discussing custom options for your full mouth reconstruction with our experienced dentists, please call 563-556-2711 today for a personalized consultation.
The Best Candidates for Full Mouth Reconstruction
Full mouth reconstruction is done for people experiencing dental issues that go beyond aesthetics. Difficulty or pain with chewing, speaking or biting, or dental issues that affect a large percentage of your teeth may qualify you for full mouth restoration.
Full mouth reconstruction can correct:
- An overbite, underbite or crossbite
- Damage caused by a misaligned bite
- Jaw pain due to temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ)
- Tooth trauma
- Advanced tooth decay
Procedures Used in a Full Mouth Reconstruction
Here are some of the full mouth reconstruction techniques used to restore beauty and function:
- Porcelain veneers to straighten and whiten damaged teeth
- Dental implants to restore missing teeth and their missing roots in the jawbone
- Porcelain inlays or onlays to address decay issues
- A bridge or partial to replace lost or broken teeth
At Exceptional Dentistry, Dr. Ted Murray uses his valuable LVI-training in both neuromuscular and cosmetic dentistry to correct your unique dental issues, so you can regain an attractive smile and excellent function. Dr. Murray and all of our experienced dental team will work closely with you to determine the right procedures to help you reach your goals.
Please call 563-556-2711 or email our team to schedule your consultation. Exceptional Dentistry proudly serves the communities of Dubuque, Dyersville, and Davenport, Iowa as well as Galena, Illinois.