Fortunately with today’s modern restorative dentistry procedures and materials you can restore your missing, decayed, fractured, cracked, chipped or discolored teeth so your smile looks like new again.
With reconstructive dentistry, you’ll get a completely natural-looking “smile makeover” and nobody will ever know you had missing or badly damaged teeth!
Reconstructive dentistry is the process of reconstructing your teeth, gums, jaw (or any combination of these) to restore your missing, decayed, fractured, cracked, chipped or discolored teeth to look and function like new again. Reconstructive dentistry can involve the construction of new teeth with composite materials (such as porcelain), using dental implants where teeth are missing, installing or repairing dental bridges and other dental procedures. Reconstructive dentistry can include a longer timeline to complete than cosmetic dentistry and is usually performed under conscious sedation to ease your fears and ensure you are comfortable during the procedure.
Our state-of-the art K-7 computerized mandibular scanning unit and sonograph are used to develop 3D images of your jaw and mouth and analyze your jaw muscles to identify your teeth and jaw’s ideal position. This ensures that your teeth and jaw will be precisely aligned for an attractive smile, proper bite and speech, and to ensure your jaw muscles are working properly to avoid the possibility of TMJ pain.