Full-Mouth Reconstruction in Hillsborough, New Jersey
Explore Options for Smile Rehabilitation from Dubitsky Family Dental
For those who haven’t been to the dentist in a long time, a full-mouth reconstruction may be in order. What is a full-mouth reconstruction? This term refers to the combining of various restorative and cosmetic treatments to rehabilitate smiles that have been seriously damaged for a variety of reasons. If you live in Hillsborough, New Jersey or surrounding communities and are in need of a full-mouth reconstruction, visit with Dr. Heather at Dubitsky Family Dental, where experience and education have enabled us to offer complete care dentistry to our patients.
First and foremost, we want you to know that you shouldn’t be embarrassed to visit our office. We are deeply committed to helping patients with all kinds of smiles achieve the best possible health and beauty, and to that end, we perform full-mouth reconstruction procedures for even the most damaged mouths. We don’t judge you; instead, we applaud the fact that you are taking the next right step and exploring your options for overcoming problems with your smile.
How does a full-mouth reconstruction work?
When you’re suffering with worn, chipped, broken, heavily decayed teeth or missing teeth, you first make an appointment with our dental office for a consultation. We will assess your damage and determine exactly what needs to be repaired by taking digital X-ray images, extraoral and intraoral images, as well as models of your teeth showing your jaw relationship to get a thorough look at every inch of your mouth. Once we have completed the analysis, we will devise a treatment plan with several options to address each issue. Your full-mouth reconstruction plan can include equilibration (bite balancing), tooth-colored fillings and cosmetic bondings, porcelain veneers, porcelain crowns, fixed bridges, dental implants and sometimes orthodontics, all brought together to produce a whole and complete smile. We’ll restore your mouth to total function and improve your self-confidence with full-mouth reconstruction.
What kinds of issues can a full-mouth reconstruction address?
- Multiple missing teeth
- Severe tooth decay
- Trauma or injury
- Severely worn teeth from grinding
- Bite problems
- Broken or chipped smiles
- Big gaps between teeth
Dr. Heather Dubitsky-Timchak has studied various advanced smile treatments at world-renowned dental education institutions where she has learned to successfully perform the treatments that may be involved in your full-mouth reconstruction.
Your entire full-mouth reconstruction process may take several appointments, but it’s worth the time and investment to have a smile that is beautiful and functional stable, and that with proper home care and maintenance, can last you a lifetime.
Contact Dubitsky Family Dental to discuss your full-mouth reconstruction with us and start working towards freedom from disease and damage.