Full Mouth Reconstruction
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On occasions numerous dental problems come together at once and leave a patient facing a series of difficult choices regarding treatment. Simple cosmetic dentistry isn’t enough to completely fix these issues. In these circumstances Denver dentist Dr. Scott Greenhalgh often discusses the prospect of a full mouth reconstruction with patients.
A full mouth reconstruction is not one procedure. Instead, Dr. Greenhalgh will use his decades of experience, flexibility and comprehensive approach to dentistry to provide you with a number of different procedures.
At the end of these procedures, you’ll end up with the attractive, healthy teeth and gums you desire and deserve.
If you want to speak with our Denver dentist about your prospects for a full mouth reconstruction, please call Scott Greenhalgh, DDS at (303) 988-9060 to set up an appointment.
Issues a Full Mouth Reconstruction Can Address
When you come in to speak with our Denver dentist, Dr. Greenhalgh will evaluate your dental condition to determine if you are a sound candidate for a full mouth reconstruction.
This series of procedures is used to treat patients who are dealing with a number of different dental problems, including:
Every patient has unique needs, and we take that into account.
How our Denver Dentist Can Help
Because every patient has unique needs, every full mouth reconstruction is unique. The procedures you will receive during your restoration will be determined by your specific needs.
At our office, we believe you should have the opportunity to “try on” your full mouth reconstruction before you it’s made permanent. We’ll give you orthotics and other tools that will simulate your new bite. And we’ll also use advanced computer technology to provide you with a preview of your new smile.
Some procedures that are commonly part of a full smile reconstruction include:
- Porcelain veneers
- Gum reshaping
- Teeth whitening
- Dental bonding
- Dental crowns
- TMJ treatments (including orthodontics and splints)
- Individual dental implants
- Replacing old dental work
Patients frequently think their only options when they have such significant dental problems are dentures or multiple dental implants.
But while those are exceptionally useful tools, it’s almost always preferable to choose a solution that relies on your existing teeth instead of replacing them.
If you’ve been told that you should get dentures or multiple dental implants, come to our Denver dentist for a second opinion before undergoing those procedures. We’ll evaluate your conditions and tell you if a full smile reconstruction is right for you.
Patients in Denver, Colorado who are considering a full mouth reconstruction to address their dental problems should speak with our dentist immediately. Please contact Scott Greenhalgh, DDS today.