Full-mouth reconstruction is a curated procedure in which our doctors replace, rebuild, or repair all of your teeth for a complete cosmetic makeover. Some of the procedures that are most commonly included in full mouth reconstruction include:
Dental implants are solid, biocompatible titanium posts that act as artificial tooth roots. They can be used to stably support an individual crown, an implant-supported bridge, or a complete set of replacement teeth.
Using the most advanced technology, we can provide most patients with any needed extractions, implants, and fixed-in, stable teeth without the need for bone grafting.
Implant-Supported Snap-In Dentures
Implant-supported snap-in dentures are the most economical form of full-arch implant-supported tooth replacement. They provide greatly enhanced chewing power and are fully stable.
A crown is porcelain coverings that caps the entirety of a tooth to strengthen it and fix any structural damage to the tooth. Crowns can be placed as a solution for cosmetic flaws.
A dental bridge is a series of connected crowns that can replace a missing tooth (without replacing the tooth root). This option has certain disadvantages compared to tooth replacement with dental implants (where the tooth root is replaced) but can be an appropriate option for specific cases.
Porcelain veneers are thin porcelain coverings bonded to the front of your teeth to repair minor chips or cracks or cover cosmetic flaws such as stains or rough or unsightly tooth surfaces.
Partial dentures are made of robust and medical-grade acrylic and are an economical solution to replacing one or more missing teeth
One of the most common sources of mouth pain is misalignment or dysfunction of your temporomandibular joint (TMJ), which Dr. Malin can correct during your full-mouth reconstruction.