Enjoy a Beautiful and Healthy Smile with a Full Mouth Reconstruction
Dr. James M. Stein can combine a number of restorative and cosmetic procedures for a full mouth reconstruction. A full mouth reconstruction at our Boston, MA, practice is ideal for patients who need multiple dental procedures to rebuild and repair their smiles. Dr. Stein has more than 30 years of experience as a prosthodontist and is supported by our outstanding team of technicians. Together, we can help you restore a healthy and aesthetic smile. Thanks to our state-of-the-art facility, our prosthetics can often be designed and placed in the same office visit for a cost-effective and timesaving treatment.
Are You a Candidate for a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
A full mouth reconstruction can address a range of oral health concerns, including:
- Cracked, chipped, or broken teeth
- Missing teeth
- Moderate to significant tooth decay
- Gum disease
- Badly worn teeth from teeth grinding and jaw clenching
- Severely stained or discolored teeth
Treatments Offered with a Full Mouth Reconstruction
At our office, we can combine a number of restorative dentistry procedures into one treatment plan for a full mouth reconstruction. Based on your goals, Dr. Stein will examine your teeth and customize a treatment plan to fit your unique needs. He can also incorporate cosmetic procedures into your plan to improve the aesthetics of your smile once your oral health has been restored. We offer a range procedures you can choose from when planning your full mouth reconstruction, such as:
Tooth-colored Fillings: For mild to moderate tooth decay, we provide strong, durable, and discreet tooth-colored fillings to fill areas damaged by cavities, as well as strengthen and restore teeth.
Tooth Extractions: For a badly damaged tooth that is beyond repair, Dr. Stein can perform a gentle tooth extraction to prevent further infection and physical damage.
Dental Implants: If you are suffering from tooth loss, dental implants are specialized titanium posts, which can be surgically inserted into your jawbone to replace your lost tooth roots. After the jawbone has healed and properly fused with the implant, a customized restoration can be placed to return dental function and the natural aesthetics of your smile.
Dental Crowns: When teeth are chipped, cracked, or severely damaged, a dental crown, also known as a “cap,” can be placed to cover and protect the tooth from further damage. Our office uses advanced technology that often allows us to design, create, and place a dental crown in a single appointment.
Dental Bridges: If you have one or two missing teeth in a row, we provide both traditional and implant-supported dental bridges to fill the gap and restore your smile. Depending on your unique needs, dental crowns or dental implants will be used to secure your prosthetic.
Inlays and Onlays: For decay too severe to be treated with a filling, tooth-colored inlays and onlays made from porcelain or ceramic can be used to mend and strengthen a tooth. We can often create these custom restorations in a single visit.
Dr. James M. Stein has more than 30 years of experience as a prosthodontist and is supported by our outstanding team of technicians. Together, we can help you restore a healthy and aesthetic smile.
Your Full Mouth Consultation
During your initial consultation, Dr. Stein can examine your teeth and listen to your concerns. Taking into consideration your time and budget, he can prepare a detailed treatment plan, customized to meet your needs. When creating restorations, Dr. Stein will use state-of-art technology to take digital impressions of your smile to design your custom-made crown, bridge, or denture. He can also use these digital impressions to help you understand the results you can expect after your full mouth reconstruction.
Rebuild your Oral Health
As an experienced prosthodontist, Dr. Stein can ensure your customized restorations blend with your smile. He has extensive training in properly restoring the form and function of smiles, ensuring you can achieve the healthy, aesthetic smile you want. To learn more about the benefits of a full mouth reconstruction, contact our office today.