Major reconstruction of damaged dentition

If there is bone loss to the extent that grafts are needed to create a solid foundation for dental implants and tooth replacement, the full-mouth restoration process can stretch out to a year or more. Complete full-mouth restoration usually includes both full arches (top and bottom) and replacement of all teeth with porcelain.
This process may include extra procedures such as reshaping the gums and adjusting the bite with an orthotic. If bone loss has occurred, grafted bone can be used to stimulate bone growth in the jaw, and once the new bone is ready, implants can be placed.

Other procedures that we perform at our office:

Periodontal TreatmentsRoot Canal TherapyCosmetic Therapy
Implant TherapyTreatment of CavitiesMinimally Invasive Therapy