A full mouth reconstruction can be a life-changing solution if you have extensive dental problems or multiple missing teeth. At his boutique office in Tarrytown, New York, award-winning dentist Michael Molnar, DDS, performs several restorative treatments to enhance your smile’s function, health, and appearance. Call the office today or schedule an appointment online to learn more.
A full mouth reconstruction is a multifaceted treatment plan that can address complex dental issues. If you have multiple dental concerns, a full mouth reconstruction combines treatments to rehabilitate your smile.
Dr. Molnar has extensive experience treating cosmetic and functional dental issues. After a comprehensive dental exam, he can create your individualized reconstruction plan.
Determining whether you’re an ideal candidate for a full mouth reconstruction requires a thorough dental evaluation, digital X-rays, and other imaging scans. Dr. Molnar may recommend this dynamic procedure if you have more than one of the following dental concerns:
During your evaluation, Dr. Molnar examines your teeth, gums, jaw, and overall oral health to determine the extent of the damage and develop a treatment plan tailored to your specific needs.
Dr. Molnar can include several treatments in your customized full mouth reconstruction, including:
Tooth-colored fillings use composite materials to restore dental function, improve overall oral health, and enhance the appearance of your teeth in a more aesthetically pleasing way than traditional metal fillings.
An inlay repairs damage or decay within the cusps (raised points) of a tooth, while an onlay targets damage covering the whole biting surface.
Dr. Molnar is a dental crown specialist, offering the most durable and aesthetically pleasing materials—ceramic, porcelain, metal, etc.—to protect and restore a damaged or decayed tooth.
Dental bridges fill gaps left behind by missing teeth, restoring your smile’s function and aesthetics. They consist of one or more pontics (artificial teeth) supported either by adjacent dental crowns or dental implants.
Dentures are prosthetic teeth that can replace full arches (complete dentures) or some missing teeth (partial dentures).
Dental implants are long-term tooth root replacements that surgically bond to your jawbone to provide a foundation for your prosthetic teeth.
TMJ causes the temporomandibular joints that join your skull and jawbone to inflame. Comprehensive treatment can address muscle tension, joint damage, and bite issues to improve your comfort.
A full mouth restoration can address functional concerns and give you the confidence to smile. Call Michael Molnar, DDS, or schedule an appointment online to learn more.