As the name implies, full mouth reconstruction refers to rebuilding and/or replacing all of the teeth in a patient's mouth. Full mouth reconstructions combine esthetics with the science of restorative dentistry to improve the health, function, and beauty of the mouth.
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This common procedure involves the removal of gum tissue, bone or both to expose more of a tooth's structure. Crown lengthening is done when a tooth needs to be restored, but there is not enough tooth structure above the gum line to support a filling or a crown.
Think of dental implants as artificial tooth roots, similar in shape to screws. When dental implants are placed in your jawbone (A), they bond with your natural bone. They become a sturdy base for supporting one or more artificial teeth, called crowns.
Your smile can be improved using porcelain/ceramic veneers to enhance alignment, color or shape of your teeth. A veneer is a thin layer of porcelain that is bonded to the front of your teeth and becomes part of the tooth.