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Popular Full Mouth Reconstruction Procedures

By Stephen Rogers on March 19, 2013

Popular Full Mouth Reconstruction ProceduresWhen you have severe dental health problems, it can dramatically affect the appearance of your smile as well as your overall quality of life. Thankfully there are various treatment options out there that can help enhance and restore the health and appearance of your smile. When you visit our Long Island cosmetic dentistry and restorative care center, we will be able to create a full mouth reconstruction plan just for you.

About Full Mouth Reconstruction Treatment

A full mouth reconstruction refers to a combination of multiple dental care treatments that are designed to enhance your overall appearance and dental health. Each full mouth reconstruction is customized to the patient in order to address his or her unique dental health concerns. Since there are different ways that a full mouth reconstruction can be performed, various treatments may be used to meet a patient's needs. Below are some of the more popular procedures.

Dental Fillings

For cavities and small amounts of tooth decay, one of the staples of effective restorative dentistry treatment is the use of dental fillings. These dental fillings will restore the structure of your tooth to ensure good bite strength too.

Inlays and Onlays

Sometimes tooth decay and tooth damage is too extensive for a simple dental filling to address. For these issues there are inlays and onlays. Similar to dental fillings, inlays and onlays restore a great amount of tooth structure, and are strong enough to replace the biting surfaces of the teeth.

Dental Crowns

For major issues with tooth damage and decay, the last option to save the tooth is a dental crown. Dental crowns are caps that fit right over the damaged tooth in order to improve its strength, restore its appearance, and eliminate discomfort associated with the tooth.

Dental Bridges

For people missing a tooth or a few teeth, getting a dental bridge placed is a fine option to consider. Designed by a Massapequa cosmetic and restorative dentist, the dental bridge will latch onto adjacent tooth structure to restore appearance and bite strength.


When patients are missing many teeth along a dental arch, dental bridges are no longer a viable option. Instead, a full or partial denture is ideal. Dentures are held in place by bracing around the remaining gum tissue and jawbone structure.

Dental Implants

While removable dental appliances have helped people who are missing teeth for years, Long Island dental implants can make an even more positive impact on people's lives. Dental implants are artificial tooth roots surgically anchored into the patient's bone and gum tissue, providing a hold comparable to natural tooth roots.

Treatments for Gum Disease and Recession

Gum disease and gum recession can have major adverse effects on the appearance and health of your smile. There are many different ways that we can go about treating gum disease itself as well as the effects of gum disease or gum recession.

TMJ Disorder Treatment

When you notice clicking, popping, or locking in the jaw joint, that's what is known as a TMJ disorder. These can be very serious, making it difficult to eat, speak, or yawn without experiencing major pain. Various therapies can be used in order to address these issues with the jaw joint.

Learn More About Advanced Dental Care Treatments

For more information about dental care treatments and how they can benefit you, be sure to contact our Massapequa cosmetic and restorative dentistry center today. The entire team here looks forward to meeting you in person and helping you achieve a great-looking smile and a healthy mouth as well.

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