Full mouth restoration is recommended when the teeth are worn down, crooked, broken or missing, causing problems in both the function and position of your bite and the appearance of your smile.
Full mouth restorations are completely unique to the individual patient. Your doctor will determine which procedures will best resolve your needs. Depending upon the condition of your mouth, his treatment plan may involve the use of:
- Porcelain Veneers
- Dental Implants
- Tooth-Colored Fillings or Onlays
- Smile Whitening
- Dental Bonding
I was born with seriously discolored teeth. About 20 years ago, I had the front four upper teeth veneered, but they need to be redone, as did all my teeth. When my lifelong dentist retired, I sought recommendations and often heard of these guys, so I decided to try them. Dr. Patel suggested veneers on my upper teeth only as my lowers weren’t really visible when I smiled. Of course, I can always do the lowers later, but this let me try it and save money at the same time. I had three long visits – one to get molds and shapes, one for the temporaries, and one for the veneers. The staff was great at making it comfortable and explained all the steps. They answered every question! I can’t say the process was exactly fun, but it was certainly worth the mild discomfort. If you have been thinking about changing your smile, don’t wait as long as I did. Don’t be afraid. Just do it! Dr. Patel and all the staff are very reassuring and helpful – from how to pay, through the follow-up care – everyone is incredibly nice. My whole family has been coming for years. In fact, my full-grown kids still get their teeth cleaned here when they are back in town.