Reconstructive Dentistry

Unlike restorative dentistry where the foundation (whether it is tooth or gingival tissue) for the building blocks (restorative materials) are already present, reconstructive dentistry requires re-establishment of the foundation and sufficient understanding of the masticatory system where interplay between joint, muscle, and teeth becomes very important.

Full Mouth Reconstruction

This patient presented with interproximal cavities, failing existing restorations (fillings, crowns and bridges) and history of periodontal (gum) disease which caused her to loose some of her teeth and her supporting bone level.

For simplicity, the treatment goals for this case is to reestablish dental and gingival health, create dental and gingival harmony, establish occlusal stability, and enhance or beautify the overall appearance.

Healthy dental-gingival complex is achieved following periodontal therapy and placement of new restorations including porcelain crowns, bridges and veneers at an established occlusal scheme.

This change or enhancement in dental-gingival health not only beautifies the overall appearance but has a profound affect on the overall health of this patient.

Combination Therapy

Patient presented with discolored and fractured Maxillary right central incisor, chipped Maxillary left incisor, and drift of the Maxillary right lateral incisor. Patient will like to address those issues and enhance his smile.