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This is a difficult and testing time for all of us and we understand there is a lot of uncertainty out there and we wish to assure you and our community that as we transition to Covid-19 alert level 4 our teams at the Dentists are here for you if you should need us.

As an essential service we will remain open and we have staff available for emergencies, however it is necessary and a government requirement that we suspend all non-essential dental services and this means all non- urgent scheduled appointments have had to been postponed.

We understand this is a stressful time and we are happy to consult with you and answer any of your questions over the phone. Don’t hesitate to call us. We care for you and if you have any concerns about your oral health and well being please give us a call. Our phone lines will be manned and answered by people who care.

As always, we are dedicated to keeping everyone, our patients and our staff, safe. We will continue to maintain our high standards of health and safety along with additional precautions that we have put in place in accordance with the guidelines outlined by the MOH.

Please take care and stay safe. Look after each other and help where you can.

COVID-19 UPDATE 24/03/2020: As an essential service provider the Dentists are open. Call first.

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Full Mouth Reconstruction

Need a great deal of dental work and think you’ll never have that perfect smile?
Don’t despair, a full mouth reconstruction may be the perfect option to restore not only the structure and function of your teeth but the health and appearance of your entire mouth.

What is a full mouth reconstruction?

A full mouth reconstruction is a holistic rebuild of your entire mouth that looks at everything from your teeth to your gums… as well as how everything interacts with your jaw and muscles when eating or speaking.

A thorough examination will be made with an eye towards rehabilitating and optimising the health of your entire mouth. Each full mouth reconstruction is different and takes the specifics of your condition, circumstances, and history into account so that the optimal treatment can be designed, customising and tailoring it to your needs.

Why would I need full mouth reconstruction?

You may need a full mouth reconstruction if you have experienced excessive wear, damage, or decay to your teeth, or extensive tooth loss.

Misaligned teeth, overactive jaw muscles, or grinding your teeth can result in wear or damage that affects your smile and ability to chew. Additionally, acids from caffeinated beverages or digestive fluids can lead to the erosion of the enamel surfaces of your teeth, impacting their aesthetics and strength. Like a smile makeover, a variety of solutions such as veneers, crowns, orthodontics, whitening, and other treatments can be combined to achieve the best results.

What Are The Most Common Reasons For A Full-Mouth Reconstruction?

Patients requiring a full mouth reconstruction will exhibit significant loss of tooth their structure resulting in a ‘collapsing bite’. Specific clinical findings in an extremely worn dentition may vary widely and are often confusing. The causes of these findings vary from severe wear of teeth, to broken and weakened teeth from too many fillings, to acid erosion. The location of the wear, the accompanying symptoms and signs, and information gained from you at your initial consultation are essential components in determining the cause of a collapsed bite.

Severe Wear

Excessive wear is often caused by hyperactive chewing muscles and results in damage of the chewing surfaces of the teeth. This in turn can cause a deterioration of structure of the front teeth, which leads to and appearance problem as well as problems with speech. This combined with teeth that are already weakened by having large fillings in them, leads to further collapsing of your bite.

Acid Erosion

This happens because of constant attack of teeth from acid. These risks are for people whom suffer from:

  • Work and sports dehydration.
  • Caffeine addiction.
  • Gastro-esophageal reflux (heart burn).
  • Severe asthma, diabetes mellitus.
  • Hypertension or other systemic diseases or syndromes that predispose to multiple medications, which causes your mouth to feel dry (xerostomia).
  • Anorexia and Bulimia.

It is usually a combination of severe wear factors and acid erosion that leads to substantial loss of tooth structure.

Many aspects and benefits of a full-mouth reconstruction are covered in the page of smile makeovers. But instead of usually only assessing your front teeth for correction your whole dentition is assessed.

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Why full mouth reconstruction at the Dentists?


At the Dentists, you can relax in our capable hands. Our highly trained dental specialists are experienced in full mouth reconstruction, ensuring that keep your beautiful smile.

 

One-on-one Consultation

No one wants to be hustled into a chair. We’ll sit down with you face-to-face in a comfortable room and discuss your situation.

The Power of Choice

We bring you back in for a free consultation to review all of the options. Get the information you need, then you can decide.

The Best Care Anywhere

You’re more than just a number. We want you to live the best life possible and we give you the very same care we’d give our own family.

Top-rated Specialists

Whether you’re just in for a check-up or are interested in a full makeover, we have the experience and expertise to get you the best results.

State-of-the-art Dentistry

We have some of the best dental equipment and technology anywhere. Our state-of-the-art facilities result in less pain and better outcomes.

Come Here, Stay Here

Our network of highly-skilled experts means we can take care of all of your dental needs right here. No sending you to another dentist. You stay with us.

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