A Full Mouth Reconstruction or FMR involves rebuilding and/or replacing all, if not most, of the teeth in a mouth. It improves the esthetic of the mouth, but more importantly, it also improves the health and function of the mouth.
Who Needs a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
If there are multiple issues where most of the teeth are decayed, broken, worn down, and/or missing, then an FMR is a great option for you.
What are the Treatment Options for a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
The treatment options for an FMR are tailor-made for each individual and based on their needs and goals. They can include crowns, veneers, and/or implants. Periodontal treatment may be necessary if there are signs of gum disease. Oral surgery may be required for teeth that cannot be saved.