Get Full Mouth Reconstruction Done All Under One Roof in Flemington, NJ
Whether you have old or poorly done dental work that needs replacing, you've experienced damage to your teeth, or your mouth is showing the effects of dental disease, our dentist Dr. Shervin Shojai, periodontist Dr. Adam Goldberg and the team at Sand Hill Dental can restore and rebuild your smile with full mouth reconstruction.
What is a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
When someone is dealing with a variety of dental issues, especially all at the same time, they typically require more than one dental procedure to improve the health and function of their smiles. In this case, a full mouth reconstruction is often the best option, as it takes into account all problems you are facing and then allows our dental team to map out a treatment plan.
What is the Purpose of Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Instead of undergoing just a single dental treatment, or multiple dental treatments spread out over a long period of time, patients may undergo two or more different cosmetic or restorative dental treatments nearly simultaneously to achieve the results they want. A full mouth reconstruction can improve the overall shape, size and color of your teeth, but is also used to correct damage, restore strength and resiliency back into teeth, and help you chew and speak comfortably and efficiently.
What Does a Full Mouth Reconstruction Entail?
This depends on you and the problems you are facing. When you come into our Flemington, NJ, practice, Dr. Shojai, Dr. Goldberg, and our team will take ample time to understand what brings you into the practice, what dental issues you’re dealing with and how we can help. From there, we will map out your treatment plan. Since Sand Hill Dental has both a dentist and a periodontist on staff, all of our full mouth reconstruction procedures are done in house. You won't have to visit multiple offices to fix your smile. There are a number of common cosmetic and restorative dental treatments that we most often use to improve a person’s smile, and some of these treatments include,
- Composite or tooth-colored fillings
- Dental bonding
- Tooth and/or gum reshaping
- Porcelain veneers
- Teeth whitening
- Orthodontic treatment
- Dental implants
- Bridges and crowns
- Gum disease therapy
Who Could Be an Ideal Candidate for Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Anyone who is dealing with an array of dental problems might be a good candidate for full mouth reconstruction. This could be from damage, disease, or just old or poorly done existing dental work. Most patients who are ideal candidates present with multiple problems such as tooth decay, cracked or chipped teeth, worn or eroding teeth (sometimes caused by grinding), or tooth loss. If you think you might need more help fixing your teeth than can be done with one procedure, let us help you with a full mouth reconstruction to give you a functional and beautiful smile again.