Full-Mouth Reconstruction

When you notice a single dental issue, like a cavity or a broken tooth, you may not realize the subsequent complications that can occur. For some patients, restoring their smile requires more than they realized because of numerous complications that they may not have noticed. Full-mouth reconstruction, also known as full-mouth restoration, is the process of restoring complete function and excellent health to your smile and all of its components. This includes the relationship to your upper and lower teeth when you bite, as well as the health of your supportive gums and periodontal tissues.

Full-mouth reconstruction is a unique and highly personalized process that is designed according to each patient’s individual needs. If you have multiple cavities, then fillings and/or root canal treatment may be required. If you have a weak or damaged tooth, then you might also require a porcelain dental crown. If you’ve lost one or more teeth, then your treatment plan will likely include lifelike replacements, such as dental implants. The goal of your full-mouth restoration will be to achieve optimal esthetic and restorative results while minimizing the number of treatments you must receive.

Restoring the health and function of your smile is vital to improving your overall health and quality of life. With Dr. Huffstutler’s expertise and the compassionate, individual attention of our team, you can rest assured that your smile is in good hands. To schedule a consultation, call Steven M. Huffstutler, DDS, in Ft. Worth, TX, today at 817-918-3038.