Glendale Combines State-of-the-Art Treatments For Full Mouth Reconstruction Care

Written by Dr. McKay on Sep 19, 2023

When dental patients are struggling with extensive or severe dental damage, our Glendale dental team is here to help. We offer full-mouth reconstruction treatment, which combines effective state-of-the-art technologies to deliver customized results. In this short article our dental team is going to be talking about some of the individual treatments that are commonly included in full mouth reconstruction protocols.

Dental bonding—this treatment allows our dentist to improve the color, shape, or size of a tooth using composite resin. Once the resin has cured and bonded to the tooth it looks natural and is hard and sturdy.

Fillings—if your tooth has been damaged due to fracture or infection, our team will clear away the damaged material and then restore the tooth with a custom-shaded filling.

CEREC crowns—these dental restorations are same-day dental crowns that are personalized to suit the individual patient. Thanks to CEREC technology you can come to our office with a problematic tooth and leave with a restored smile.

Root canal—severely damaged and infected teeth can often be saved with root canal therapy. During root canal treatment our dentist clears out all of the inner materials of the tooth, leaving only the remaining healthy dental enamel. Finally, we fill and restore the tooth so that it is attractive and functional again.

Invisalign—if you want to straighten your smile, close gaps between your teeth, or improve your bite alignment, you may be interested in using clear, comfortable Invisalign aligners to move your teeth.

Dental veneers—these thin porcelain restorations can resurface individual teeth or a patient’s entire smile.

Dental implants—patients suffering from tooth loss can restore their smiles with permanent stand-alone dental implant replacement teeth. Every dental implant has a titanium root that replaces the patient’s missing natural dental root.

Every full-mouth reconstruction case is different. To get a better idea of what kinds of treatments may be appropriate for your smile, contact our Glendale dentists to schedule a personal consultation.