Restore Your Oral Health with Full Mouth Reconstruction
Dramatic Results At Your Own Pace
Is Full Mouth Reconstruction For Me?
Virtually anyone with multiple dental issues who wishes to improve the health of their smile is eligible for full mouth reconstruction. For example, this treatment will be beneficial for individuals who:
- Have damaged or decayed teeth
- Are missing teeth
- Have periodontal disease
- Show signs of tooth erosion
- Experience chronic tooth, jaw, neck, or back pain
- Have loose teeth
- Have persistent bad breath
Commonly Combined Procedures
- Composite fillings: Dr. Dovgan can repair mild to moderate cavities with dental fillings. We offer tooth-colored fillings for a natural, seamless appearance.
- Dental crowns: These custom-made restorations are used to repair large cavities and reinforce weakened teeth. Dental crowns fit over the entire tooth and are crafted to match the shade of your adjacent teeth.
- Inlays or onlays: In some cases, you may have a cavity which is too large for a traditional dental filling, but too small to warrant a dental crown. In these instances, an indirect filling – known as an inlay or onlay – can repair the tooth. These restorations fit into the tooth structure, much like a puzzle piece.
- Root canal therapy: Sometimes bacteria affects the innermost layer of a tooth, called the pulp. When this occurs, root canal therapy can eliminate the source of infection and save the tooth.
If missing, decayed, or damaged teeth are compromising your quality of life, a personalized restorative treatment plan can dramatically improve your oral health
- Periodontal care: Gum disease can take a toll on your oral health, leading to bone loss, bad breath, and tooth loss. Periodontal care helps restore and maintain the health of your gums.
- Tooth extractions: Whenever possible, we try to save your natural tooth. However, in some cases, damage is too extensive for restorative treatment. Occasionally, Dr. Dovgan may need to remove one or more teeth in order to improve your overall oral health.
- Dental implants: Widely considered the most reliable teeth replacement option available, dental implants can support crowns, bridges, and dentures.
- Dental bridges: A traditional dental bridge can fill a gap left by one to three consecutively missing teeth.