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What Is a Full Mouth Restoration?

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When you recognize there are several things you would like to change or improve about your smile, you may question what to do next. Speaking with a dentist near you will allow you to determine what treatments can help you reach your smile goals. In some cases, a full mouth restoration may be what you need to improve your smile!

A full mouth restoration can mean many different things. Ultimately, mouth restoration is a specific plan tailored to your dental needs. This plan can include general, restorative, and/or cosmetic treatments that can improve the appearance and function of your smile.

For example, some treatments that can be included in a full mouth restoration include:

  • Dental crowns
  • Tooth extractions
  • Dental bridges
  • Dentures
  • Dental implants
  • Periodontal therapy

Who Is a Candidate for a Full Mouth Restoration?

A patient may benefit from a full mouth restoration for various reasons. For some, an accident may have caused damage to teeth. For others, teeth grinding or poor oral hygiene could be a contributing factor. Generally, if you have multiple dental concerns interfering with your smile, you may be a candidate for a full mouth restoration.

If you have gum disease or another type of oral infection, we will require treatment to resolve that issue before proceeding with a different treatment like dental implants or a bridge.

Benefits of a Full Mouth Restoration

A full mouth restoration may take multiple dental visits. But it’ll be worth it! In the end, you will enjoy improved oral health and overall health, a boost in your self-confidence, and a stronger dental structure that allows for easier chewing and speaking.

Ask Us About Full Mouth Restoration in Henderson, NV

At Amber Hills Dental, our team takes into account your oral health needs as well as your cosmetic goals. So are you ready to improve your smile and your quality of life? Please contact us to schedule your full mouth restoration consultation!