FIND OUT HOW TO SOLVE YOUR DENTAL PROBLEMS WITH FULL-MOUTH REHABILITATION.
Some patients seek out our Louisville, KY dental office because they’ve found that their discontent with their teeth goes beyond beauty to their actual bite. A full-mouth reconstruction can help you regain functionality of all your teeth. After a discussion about your needs, our Louisville, KY dentist Dr. Gill will create a plan that packages together several procedures. Call our dental office at 502-893-5225 to schedule your full-mouth reconstruction with our Louisville, KY dentist.
How can a full-mouth reconstruction help me?
A full-mouth reconstruction is ideal for patients who need multiple procedures to completely restore their mouths. This could be because you’ve had limited opportunities to visit a dentist, inherited dental issues, or experienced a la carte dental care over the years and want your mouth to have a more permanent, consistent look and feel. Louisville, KY dentist, Dr. Gill is passionate about her patients receiving the latest techniques and cutting-edge care at her office.
What kind of procedures might you receive during a full-mouth reconstruction? We offer:
- Dental bridges and dental crowns
- Dentures or dental implants
- Onlays or inlays Veneers
Is full-mouth reconstruction better than a smile makeover?
A smile makeover is a package of cosmetic procedures that enhance the appearance of your smile. A full-mouth reconstruction is recommended when you need more than beauty upgrades and are in discomfort or don’t have full use of your mouth. While a full-mouth reconstruction can mean more extensive work, our Dental Zen Experience will make sure you are comfortable and feel well cared for during every procedure.
Do dentures cause discomfort?
Our cosmetic dentures are designed in-house and customized to the shape of your face, crafted with care to provide a comfortable fit. The latest innovations in dentures allow us to create dentures that are beautiful and natural in appearance. A visit to our office is a great opportunity to see these “works of art” yourself.
How often do I need to have my dental implants replaced?
Missing teeth can be a source of both embarrassment and pain, but you don’t have to live with the loss. Replacing missing teeth with dental implants is often a once-a-lifetime procedure.
If Dr. Gill thinks dental implants are right for you, she can refer you to her preferred oral surgeon for implant placement. If you’re missing or need to replace all of the teeth on your jaw — top, bottom, or both — you may be a good candidate for an All-on-4 implant procedure.
If you don’t need all of your teeth replaced, dental implants capped with crowns is another option we offer for replacing your missing teeth.