Comprehensive Treatment with Full Mouth Reconstruction
If you have suffered from extensive dental damage, a single procedure may not be enough to fully restore your smile. Patients with severe tooth loss, bone atrophy, jaw issues, and various other dental concerns may require a customized treatment plan to help them achieve their ultimate goals. These treatment plans are known as full mouth reconstructions, which combine multiple restorative treatments to rebuild your oral health. Drs. Charles and Patrick Casey provide first-class care with state-of-the-art laser technology and sedation dentistry to deliver exceptional results through customized, full mouth reconstruction procedures, at their Montreal, QC, practice.
Benefits of a Full Mouth Reconstruction
By combining procedures into one plan, Smile Montreal can often shorten overall treatment timelines, scheduling procedures more conveniently. We may also be able to lower treatment costs. In some cases, our doctors may be able to combine multiple procedures into a single visit, decreasing your number of appointments and need for sedation.
Dental decay and damage can not only affect the aesthetics of your smile, but your overall oral health as well. These oral issues often indicate more serious health concerns and can lead to irritating and even painful conditions, such as periodontal disease and temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder.
Planning a full mouth reconstruction allows Dr. Casey to address the underlying cause of your oral health concerns, not just the symptoms. Rather than fixing individual problems such as a cracked tooth or a popping jaw, your doctors can create a comprehensive treatment plan to restore your oral health and prevent future issues.
A full mouth reconstruction can also impact your emotional health. Simply being able to chew your food comfortably, speak clearly, or show off your smile confidently can dramatically raise your self-esteem and improve your overall well-being.
Achieving a Healthier and More Aesthetic Smile
If you require a more comprehensive approach to repair your smile, our skilled doctors can design a detailed and personalized plan. Depending on your individual concerns, a full mouth reconstruction may address a variety of issues, including tooth loss, TMJ disorder, severely decayed teeth, bite issues, and more. Some of the more common types of treatments include:
Teeth that have been chipped, cracked, or damaged from decay can be restored with dental crowns, fillings, inlays and onlays, and dental bridges. The procedure that is recommended for you will depend on the severity of the damage.
Dental implants offer one of the most effective and comfortable solutions for patients with missing or severely damaged teeth. Not only do these small titanium posts provide a strong base to replace compromised teeth, they also prevent bone loss. Dental implants send regenerative signals to your jaw and improve overall oral health.
When teeth are properly aligned, they are significantly easier to clean and care for, which reduces the risk of decay and keeps the mouth healthy. Braces can help straighten teeth that have become crooked, crowded, and misaligned.
By combining procedures into a full mouth reconstruction, Smile Montreal can often shorten overall treatment timelines, scheduling procedures more conveniently.
Many patients are as concerned about the appearance of their smile as they are about its function. Oftentimes, patients find that restorative procedures alone can notably improve the aesthetic of their smile. However, Dr. Casey also offers a full range of cosmetic services, including tooth whitening and porcelain veneers, to give your smile that extra sparkle. Typically, cosmetic procedures are put on hold until all restorative treatments have been completed.
Restore Your Smile Today
If you are ready to repair dental damage, our doctors at Smile Montreal can help you achieve the healthiest smile possible. To learn more about the treatments and how we can help you, please contact us today and schedule an appointment.
“I felt more like I was talking to a friend than I was to a dentist.” Nancy Lanzolla, Former Patient