Get A Whole New Smile In Roseville With A Full-Mouth ReconstructionDr. David Miller on Full-mouth Reconstruction Read Transcript
A full mouth reconstruction is basically what it sounds like: we completely rebuild the tooth. It would be like a total makeover of a house where it was stripped down to the studs and rebuilt from the ground up. The most common reason for doing this are a couple of things: one, sometimes people lose their teeth or they don't take care of them or they're genetically predisposed to having soft teeth or teeth that decay and it gets out of hand. Then, we have to go in and do a major renovation. Another reason that commonly calls for a full mouth reconstruction are certain types of temporomandibular joint disorders where the bite's off. We have to restore the harmony to the bite in the muscles and the joint. When we do that, we have to make the teeth maybe taller because the bite is too deep and to be healthy and pain-free is such that it requires us to restore most, to all, of the teeth.
I have quite a number of patients that we've done full mouth reconstructions on. Typically, when they get done, they have a mouth that's healthy and they have a smile that's beautiful. They have a pain-free TMJ situation and that works out that we can improve the aesthetics at the same time we improve the function and health. One of the big advantages of modern dentistry is that our restorative techniques are not only strong, they're also beautiful so we can give patients the function back and we can help their appearance and we can help them feel better, oftentimes with a full mouth reconstruction.
Some folks have a list of major improvements they’d like to make to their homes. Likewise, you might have a similar list for your smile. If that’s the case, you could benefit from a full-mouth reconstruction from Roseville, CA dentist Dr. David Miller. As a holistic dental practice, Advanced Dental Concepts doesn’t just offer a restoration of your entire smile. We consider your whole health, too.
Call us today at 916-786-4865 to see how we can give you the smile of your dreams! We can provide dental sedation to keep you comfortable during any procedure.
Don’t Trust Your Smile To Less Than An Expert
The basics of a full-mouth reconstruction involve tooth replacement options and tooth repair. The details will be covered during your consultation with Dr. Miller. We don’t offer a one-size-fits-all solution to our patients because there’s no such thing. Your smile is as unique as the rest of you, and we work hard to offer treatments that benefit your whole body.
What is consistent, no matter what you choose, are your doctor’s credentials. For example, Dr. David Miller didn’t just attend the prestigious Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies: he’s an instructor there. He also is a Master of the Academy of General Dentistry, a status achieved by less than 1 percent of all dentists.
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Our options for smile replacement can replace one missing tooth, multiple missing teeth, or even entire smiles.
- Dental Implants are great for replacing single and multiple teeth. Because they act as artificial tooth roots, you’ll have great durability and strength with your tooth replacement. Many patients like this option for a full-mouth restoration with porcelain dental crowns. We can also use our same-day dental crowns to repair damaged teeth that do not need to be replaced.
- If you’re missing several teeth, partial dentures can work wonders. These use several replacement teeth to fill the gap.
- If you’re missing all the teeth on the top or bottom of your mouth, a full Denture can replace them all.
- Implant-retained dentures and implant-supported denture s are conveniently removable but don’t slip because they connect to dental implants.