Well, full-mouth reconstruction is an interesting phrase. Dentists use it a lot because it means something to us. I'm not sure patients always understand exactly what that involves. It's appropriate for people who feel like they're a dental disaster. They feel like their mouth is terribly deteriorated. They're missing a lot of teeth. They have very poor chewing capacity. Sometimes cosmetic concerns on top of that. But it's basically rebuilding the structure and the function, the aesthetics and the appearance of their entire smile. Sometimes it'll involve one arch of teeth, sometimes it'll involve both arches of teeth. The most appropriate thing is getting a thorough diagnosis and a proper treatment plan. It can be a number of different procedures involved. In fact, sometimes many different procedures involved. But for those people out there that feel like they don't have a solution, for those people out there that feel like they're beyond help, usually there's a very good answer for them. We can give them back their smile and give them back their chewing capacity.
Are your severely damaged or missing teeth preventing you from chewing comfortably? Have you lost several or even all of your teeth? If you’re in need of a whole new set of pearly whites, contact George A. Hoop, DDS, PA to learn about our full-mouth reconstruction options!
Total Dental Solutions
Whether you need to replace several teeth you lost in an accident or you need a full set of dentures, we have you covered at George A. Hoop, DDS, PA.
If you need to replace all of your teeth, we can provide:
- Full-arch traditional dentures that are held in place by adhesive
- Full-arch dentures that are attached to dental implants
- Full arch crown and bridges
- Full arch bridges attached to implants
Regardless of which you choose, we will design your dentures to look and function great. We can even provide Fountain of Youth dentures, which more closely replicate the position, appearance, and chewing power of your natural teeth!
We also offer partial dentures that are removable or held in place by dental implants!
We’ll even provide temporary dentures so you don’t have to go without teeth while your permanent replacement teeth are being made!
We Provide Advanced Dental Technology
To ensure your dentures fit and work how they’re supposed to, we use state-of-the-art dental technology to design them. Here are just some of the tools we’ll use to assess your situation and plan your treatment:
- Intraoral scanners
- Digital X-rays
- 3D cone beam CT scanners
This not only improves the finished product of your dentures but also makes the process more comfortable because you won’t have to put up with messy, uncomfortable impression methods!