Full Mouth Reconstruction
Do you have several dental issues affecting your quality of life?
A full mouth reconstruction addresses multiple concerns like tooth loss, tooth decay, and gum disease to restore your oral health.
Drs. Clint Newman and Thomas Underwood can customize your plan at their Nashville, TN, office to meet your every dental need.
How You Can Benefit from a Full Mouth Reconstruction
The benefits of having strong, healthy teeth are invaluable. A full mouth reconstruction allows patients to smile, talk, and chew without pain or worry.
Patients who undergo a full mouth reconstruction can enjoy:
Missing, decayed, and damaged teeth might make even biting into an apple impossible. A full mouth reconstruction can promote proper jaw movement, improve dental hygiene, and allow you to eat and speak comfortably. Our dentists can completely restore your mouth's function through a full mouth reconstruction treatment plan.
Not everyone realizes just how influential our mouth is on the rest of our body’s health. Full mouth reconstruction has been linked to improvements in weight, sleep, head pain, and even heart disease. Of course, bad breath is also much easier to manage with a healthy mouth.
A rehabilitated smile allows patients to speak more clearly and smile without worrying about what others think. When your teeth are healthy, your smile will look better. We can also incorporate cosmetic treatments to further enhance your smile's appearance.
What Could My Treatment Plan Include? Potential Full Mouth Reconstruction Procedures
Dental fillings are used to treat cavities. Our dentists will remove the decayed portion of a tooth and fill the hole that is left. This helps protect the integrity of the tooth by preventing the decay from spreading. Our dental fillings can be tooth-colored to blend in with your surrounding teeth.
Crowns are porcelain caps used to restore a broken or decayed tooth. Our dentists will remove the damaged portion of your natural tooth, then place a crown that blends seamlessly with your surrounding teeth to give you a healthier, natural-looking smile. A dental implant can support a crown if a patient needs the entire tooth replaced.
Dentures are a restorative treatment that can replace an entire arch of missing teeth. Traditional dentures sit on your gums and can easily slide out of place. Our Nashville practice offers implant-supported dentures that function just like your natural teeth.
A dental bridge can replace multiple consecutive missing teeth. This lifelike restoration bridges the gap between two natural teeth and blends seamlessly with your smile. Our Nashville practice also offers bridges supported by implants for extra stability.
A Dramatic Enhancement
Are You Ready To Restore Your Smile?
Contact Our Nashville Practice
Our state-of-the-art practice can handle every restorative dentistry need. Both Dr. Newman and Dr. Underwood have over 20 years of dental experience. They will listen to your oral health concerns to create a treatment plan customized to meet your goals. Both our dentists have an extensive history of producing award-winning smiles for their patients.
Don't waste time living in dental discomfort, pain, or embarrassment. Contact our Nashville, TN, practice today to request your consultation.
"I never realized how little I smiled till Dr. Newman. He has changed my life for the better, forever. " - Samantha Horton
"From front office to the dental hygenist to Dr. Newman - all first class. And easy. Very nice office and staff. Detail oriented dental hygenist." - Frank Byrd
"Patient since 2005 and always 5 star treatment from staff top to bottom. Highly recommended" - Mary Beth Jackson
A full mouth reconstruction involves an extensive set of procedures, so it is important to be as informed as possible about the risks and requirements. Generally, patients who are candidates for a full mouth reconstruction need to repair severe damage to their teeth.
Patients experiencing one or more of the below problems may be candidates for this dental procedure.
Tooth decay can pose a serious threat to the health of your teeth. Cavities are usually just the first sign of decay. If left untreated, cavities can lead to a root canal infection and tooth loss. A full mouth reconstruction can address any tooth decay and prevent it from getting worse.
Missing teeth can affect your oral function and overall oral health. For those who qualify, implants are typically the best solution to replace any missing teeth and restore your smile.
Severely damaged or worn teeth can create a misaligned bite and have a lasting impact on your oral health. A full mouth reconstruction can remove or replace a damaged tooth to keep your jaw in proper alignment.
What To Expect During Your Consultation
Full Mouth Reconstruction
vs. Smile Makeover
What Is the Difference?
Full Mouth Reconstruction
A full mouth reconstruction is implemented for the sake of your oral health. It can include dental fillings, crowns, and implants to prevent further damage and restore your smile.
A smile makeover focuses on your smile's aesthetic appearance and is a combination of elective dental procedures like veneers, teeth whitening, and dental bonding.
Once your smile is healthy, our dentists can make cosmetic upgrades. A full mouth reconstruction cannot always fix concerns that require cosmetic dentistry, like veneers to hide staining.
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Friendly staff, all very professional and welcoming. Dr. Newnam knows his stuff. He listened to me about a problem I have had for 15 years, then pulled up camera, took pics, and explained to me why it was happening. Best part was when he said, “and this is how we are going to fix it for you”. If you need the best, I think this team is it.View on Google
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