Is Full Mouth Restoration Right for You?

By Randal Watson, DDS on July 30, 2016

A senior man with a healthy smile holding an appleIf you suffer from dental damage, no matter how severe, you may be a candidate for full mouth restoration. A full mouth restoration involves a combination of dental treatments to rebuild, restore, and improve your oral health and appearance. Thanks to advances in the dental arts, there are countless restorative dentistry treatments available to address each patients unique dental needs and create a gorgeous, healthy smile. To learn more about full mouth restoration candidates, schedule a consultation with Austin, TX dentist Randal Watson.

What Is a Full Mouth Restoration?

Full mouth restorations are made of a combination of restorative, cosmetic, and general dentistry treatments to restore the beauty, health, and function of the smile. Each full mouth restoration is personalized to address the needs of each patient.

Full Mouth Restoration Treatments

There are a wide variety of dental treatments available for full mouth restoration treatment. Each full mouth restoration plan is determined based on each patient's needs and may include such treatments as:

  • Professional teeth whitening
  • Dental crowns
  • Porcelain veneers
  • Tooth-colored fillings
  • Inlays and onlays
  • Dental implants
  • Implant-supported dentures
  • Root planing and scaling

Candidates for Full Mouth Restoration

Your full mouth restoration plan may involve any combination of dental treatments, allowing for treatment of mild to severe oral health issues. Anyone who suffers from dental damage, especially those with severe damage, often make great candidates for full mouth restoration. Candidates for full mouth restoration include those who suffer from one or more of the following issues:

  • Gum disease: Gum disease is a serious dental issue that can lead to tooth decay and tooth loss. If gum disease is present, root planing and scaling may be sufficient for restoring gum health. In more serious cases, gum surgery may be necessary.
  • Discolored teeth: Tooth discoloration, often caused by the aging process, foods and drinks, and poor oral hygiene, can leave the smile looking dull and less than vibrant. Those with dental discoloration may wish to mask this flaw with dental crowns or veneers, or to reduce the appearance of stains with teeth whitening treatment.
  • Tooth loss: Tooth loss impacts quality of life, making eating difficult. There are a variety of treatment options for restoring one or more missing teeth, making those who suffer from tooth loss excellent candidates for full mouth restoration.
  • Tooth decay: Mild to severe tooth decay may be treated with a full mouth restoration using tooth-colored fillings or dental crowns.
  • Fractured teeth: Broken, fractured, or chipped teeth can be corrected with a full mouth restoration treatment plan. Minor chips may be treated with porcelain veneers while teeth with large fractures may be restored with dental crowns.

Is Full Mouth Restoration Right for You?

You don't have to live with the pain caused by damage. A full mouth restoration can give you the smile you've been missing. To find out which treatments are right for you, we welcome you to schedule a consultation with Dr. Watson today.

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