Full Mouth Restoration



Full Mouth Restoration

A lifetime of dental neglect can take a huge toll on your mouth. Lifestyle choices such as a poor diet, heavy alcohol and tobacco use, and subpar dental hygiene can destroy your teeth and gums. Age can also have a negative effects on your dental health, and, of course, severe trauma can leave you with damaged teeth, gums, and jaw.

Severely damaged teeth and gums are not only embarrassing, but can also cause pain, inhibit the ability to eat, speak or breathe. On top of that, a seriously damaged mouth is often expensive to repair and restore. Gum disease, oral cancer, tooth loss, tooth decay, brittle and crooked teeth are all potential oral health issues that can arise from neglect.

Whether you’re suffering the consequences of neglecting your mouth, poor choices or age, the damage can be alleviated or even reversed with a full mouth restoration at Dental Horizons.

How Total (Full) Mouth Restoration Can Help

Dental problems like the build-up of bacteria, cracked, missing or decayed teeth, and gum disease will make your smile unattractive, cause pain when chewing, increase general mouth discomfort, lead to bad breath and cause potential problems to your jaws.

Total or full-mouth restorations can alleviate or reverse some of these symptoms and conditions and is often the best option for patients with severely damaged gums and teeth. You may also be a good candidate for these restorative procedures if you are missing a large number of teeth.

While we’ll do our best to save as many of your natural teeth as possible, sometimes teeth must be extracted because they can no longer function properly and may infect surrounding teeth and gums. Crowns, implants, bridges, and fillings may be used to repair severely damaged or missing teeth. If there is extensive damage to the gums, surgery may be needed.

The end result of total mouth restorations is a return to complete functionality and the improvement of your smile.

Even after years of neglect, you can have a wonderful smile again. The final cost of all these procedures will depend on the extent of work that needs to be done. We want to make sure you can always get the care you need, so we offer different payment plans to patients, including options to pay in installments rather than in one lump sum at the time of service.

If you’re tired of the embarrassment and/or pain from a severely decayed or damaged mouth, schedule an appointment with us today.