- Full mouth reconstruction: Full mouth reconstruction is the rebuilding and replacing of all of the teeth in a patient’s mouth. Situations that might result in the need for a full mouth reconstruction include multiple missing teeth, teeth with large fillings that are failing or decaying, or damage from excessive teeth grinding. Reconstructions might include dental implants or adjustments to help the mouth function properly and for aesthetics. A full mouth reconstruction usually takes at least several months or up to a year to complete.
- Dental cavities and fillings: Fillings for cavities are the most common restorative procedure. Cavities are permanently damaged areas in the hard surface of the teeth that develop tiny openings. They are caused by bacteria in your mouth, frequent snacking, and poor oral hygiene habits. Cavities are actually the second most common disease after the common cold, so we find it important to treat the issue safely and effectively. That’s why our team offers Carivu, a radiation-free diagnostic tool that detects tooth decay.
To learn more about our restorative dental services, call our team at (972) 954-4434 or reach us online through the contact section below. We will get you one step closer to the smile you never knew was possible.