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Have you avoided going to your dentist for some time? Do you have chipped, cracked, or broken teeth? Are you worried about the health of your smile? If you are, or if you need extensive work, you may need to consider a full mouth reconstruction.

If you only need a few issues corrected, please remember that you probably won’t need full mouth reconstruction. Full mouth reconstruction is typically recommended to individuals who need more extensive work on overlapping. A full mouth reconstruction is not a treatment in and of itself.

As such, the process for full mouth reconstruction depends on your needs. First, our team will measure your jaw muscles to see if your bite is correct. This is done first because issues with your bite should be addressed before restorations are placed so they aren’t damaged. Our team can then use a number of restorative options to replace missing or broken teeth. These restorations could include bridges, crowns, implants, and veneers, or a variety of other options.

Our team will be happy to discuss your needs and to develop a plan you’re comfortable with. If you’re interested in learning more, Dr. Richard C. Quinttus and our team are excited to hear from you soon. If you’d like to learn more, or are interested in setting up an appointment with us, please don’t hesitate to give Rahn Dental Group a call at (937) 435-0324 today.