In some instances when teeth are damaged or missing, or there are occlusions, jaw issues and advanced gum disease teeth reconstruction may be necessary.
In more serious situations when there are multiple oral health concerns or a significant injury has been sustained, a full mouth reconstruction may be needed.
The condition and extent of damage to your teeth will determine what type of reconstruction is necessary. Teeth reconstruction may involve a combination of prosthetic and cosmetic dentistry including porcelain veneers, crowns, bridges, and implants as well as specialised dentistry including orthodontics.
Again, this can depend on the extent of damage to your teeth and gums. It can vary from a few weeks to several months. Typically the teeth reconstruction process would be done over several visits though we will discuss our recommendations and the expected timeline of work after a thorough dental check up.
The good news is though, that with the advancements in dentistry, once your teeth have been reconstructed you will be left with a beautiful, natural smile that you are proud of.
Have you sustained an injury that has left your teeth, gum or jaw damaged? Are broken, worn or damaged teeth causing you grief? Call the Goulburn Family and Cosmetic Dental Practice today on (02) 4822 8224 to discuss the option of teeth reconstruction at a dental check up.