Full Mouth Reconstruction

Full Mouth Reconstruction is the optimal choice when several teeth are decayed or missing, affecting the occlusion (the way the teeth come together) and/or the appearance of the face. Full Mouth Reconstruction may involve bridges, veneers, and/or crowns. Most of the existing teeth require treatment in order to correct and restore balance to the occlusion (bite) and facial features.

Notice how the reconstruction affects not only the occlusion (the way her teeth fit together), but also the way her smile is expressed throughout her lower face!
Before Full Mouth Reconstruction
After Full Mouth Reconstruction
Before
After
Before Full Mouth Reconstruction
After Full Mouth Reconstruction

Here's a close-up look at her upper arch (top teeth) and lower arch (bottom teeth):
Before Full Mouth Reconstruction
After Full Mouth Reconstruction
Before
After
Before Full Mouth Reconstruction
After Full Mouth Reconstruction

 

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