Full Mouth Dental Reconstruction in New Haven, CT
If you have severe dental problems that make you feel uncomfortable about your smile or the way you look, your Long Wharf Dental Group dental professionals can help. Whether your problem is the result of gum disease, TMJ, tooth loss, or facial muscle distortion, our reconstruction experts can recommend a full mouth reconstruction plan that fits your needs and your budget.
What is full mouth reconstruction?
Reconstruction involves the development of a comprehensive treatment plan that specifically addresses the types of severe problems that make our dental patients self-conscious. If needed, your Dental Associate dentist will develop a reconstruction plan to correct any defects and restore your mouth, face, and smile, along with your self-confidence. Depending on the need, your reconstruction plan may include porcelain veneers, teeth whitening, or other specialized dental products.
Porcelain veneers brighten a dull, drab, or imperfect smile.
Porcelain veneers are thin shells that cover your naturally stained or gapped teeth, leaving you with a more beautiful smile. Unlike composite veneers, porcelain veneers are custom-made to match your existing teeth. This custom process ensures you get a more natural-looking result. Although porcelain veneers require more time for placement than composite veneers, they typically last up to 10 years or longer, making them well worth the investment of time at your Long Wharf Dental Group dental office. Learn more about porcelain veneers from Long Wharf Dental Group.
Relief from TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint) Syndrome.
TMJ is a painful condition that affects the joint where the jaw connects to the skull. If you frequently experience pain in your jaw, face, and/or neck, or notice a clicking sound when you speak and chew, there’s a good chance you suffer from TMJ syndrome. The dentists at Long Wharf Dental Group are experts in helping you get the treatment you need to reduce or eliminate the pain and problems resulting from occlusion, and the defect in your bite that causes TMJ syndrome. Learn more about occlusion and the cause and treatment of TMJ syndrome from our Long Wharf Dental Group experts.
Teeth whitening as part of the reconstruction process.
Teeth whitening products can be an important component of any reconstruction process. Your Long Wharf Dental Group dentist will evaluate your mouth and teeth to determine whether a whitening treatment should be part of your plan. If so, our whitening experts will recommend the whitening process best suited to the current condition of your teeth and the level of whiteness you hope to achieve. Depending on your needs, your plan may include or a convenient take-home whitening kit. Learn more about professional level whitening solutions from Long Wharf Dental Group.