If you have widespread damage, decay, or tooth loss, you may be experiencing difficulty chewing and speaking properly and feel self-conscious.
The team at Cosmetic Dentistry Institute can perform a full mouth reconstruction to restore function and aesthetics to your smile with a fully customized treatment plan.
How can a full mouth reconstruction improve your quality of life?
Restore Health, Function, & Aesthetics
Damage and decay can jeopardize the health of your smile. Addressing these issues all at once can help prevent further concerns.
Broken or missing teeth can detract from the appearance of your smile. Repairing damage can restore natural-looking aesthetics.
Difficulties eating and speaking can be painful and embarrassing. A complete smile can make your daily life more enjoyable.
Combining treatments can address widespread damage...
Dental implants are a part of many full mouth reconstruction cases...
...and that number is growing by 500,000 annually.
2.3 million implant-supported crowns are fabricated annually.
*According to the American College of Prosthodontists.
What Types of Concerns Can the Treatment Address?
Teeth that have broken near the gum line can be extracted.
Dental implants can replace an entire tooth from root to crown.
Root canal therapy can restore your comfort and overall oral health.
Cracked or worn teeth can be strengthened with dental crowns.
Even if I have these concerns, how do I know I'm a good candidate?
An ideal candidate for full mouth reconstruction is someone who is suffering from multiple dental health issues. During your preliminary consultation, Dr. Goldin will be able to assess your dental structure and accurately determine which combination of restorative procedures is right for you.
Want To See Your Smile?
Your Doctor Will Evaluate:
Address Your Unique Dental Needs With A Custom Treatment Plan
When designing your treatment plan, you should consider all of the restorative solutions available to make the most of your full mouth reconstruction. Dental implants can replace missing teeth and support your oral health, whicle periodontal therapy can improve the health of your gums. Fillings can repair cavities. You can incorporate any number of our dental procedures into your unique treatment plan.
Isn't such a comprehensive treatment approach going to involve pain?
Sedation Dentistry Can Ensure Your Comfort
Some of the procedures associated with a full mouth reconstruction can be involved and lengthy, becoming a source of anxiety even for patients with an urgent desire to correct the state of their gums and teeth.
The Cosmetic Dentistry Institute places the full comfort and relaxation of its patients first. Dr. Craig Goldin is fully trained and licensed in IV sedation dentistry, giving patients the option of sleeping through complicated procedures and waking up to a more beautiful smile.
How do these treatments work together to improve your smile?
We Use An Array of Tools
to Improve Your Treatment
Our doctors use several advanced tools to improve your experience and results, including:
- Digital x-rays
- i-CAT™ 3D CT Scanner
- Soft tissue lasers
Using the latest technology allows us to accurately diagnose conditions, provide precise treatment, and reduce potential discomfort.
Commonly Combined Treatments:
Damaged teeth can be restored to their former strength and appearance with dental crowns. Dr. Goldin uses state-of-the-art CEREC technology to create custom porcelain dental crowns in a single visit.
If you are unhappy with cosmetic imperfections, we can provide porcelain veneers. These thin shells can instantly conceal issues like discoloration, chips, cracks, and slight misalignment.
Dental implants are highly recommended for patients with missing teeth. These small titanium posts are surgically implanted in the jaw to provide a superior anchor for dental crowns, bridges, and dentures.
If you need to replace a single tooth or several missing teeth in a row, a dental bridge can close the gap in your smile. We offer both traditional and implant-supported bridges to meet your needs.
Dentures can replace one or both dental arches. If you qualify for dental implants, we can also provide an implant-supported denture to protect against jawbone atrophy.
The advanced Prettau® Zirconia bridge offers a truly permanent replacement for ill-fitting dentures or teeth which are beyond repair. Teeth Tomorrow offers patients the most reliable restoration.