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Full-Mouth Reconstruction To Restore Your Smile

At Overmeyer Family Dental, our full-mouth reconstruction services are designed to restore the look and function of your smile. There’s a good chance you’re a good candidate for full-mouth reconstruction if your smile is damaged to the point that you’re unable to eat the foods you love or smile with confidence.

To create the perfect full-mouth reconstruction procedure for you, we can combine any number of the restorative dental services we offer at our Orlando, FL dentist office. The only way to know for sure which services are right for you is to sit down with us during a consultation. In the meantime, you can learn more about the services we have available. Then call Overmeyer Family Dental at (407) 871-3143.

What To Expect During A Full-Mouth Reconstruction

Surprises are fun in certain situations, but when it comes to your health, we’ll stick to telling you exactly what you can expect. It all starts when you come in for your scheduled appointment. We will conduct a full examination of your mouth and take X-rays. We can then go from there to come up with a treatment plan that is just right for you.

We will work together to create your treatment plan. We’ll talk about your goals and discuss the restorative services we have for you to choose from. Once we know what treatments are right for you, we will schedule them out and get you started. Depending on what services we decide on, it could take just one visit or a few.

We will make sure you’re completely comfortable throughout each of your procedures. If you’re feeling especially anxious, ask about our options for dental sedation.

Once your reconstruction is complete, you’re free to go out and enjoy your new smile. That means eating all your favorite foods and showing off your smile with confidence!

Learn more about the treatments available as part of our full-mouth reconstruction treatment, then schedule your consultation with Overmeyer Family Dental.

Restorative Dental Services In Orlando, FL

At Overmeyer Family Dental in Orlando, FL, we offer several restorative dental services that you can choose from when creating your full-mouth reconstruction treatment plan.

  • Tooth Fillings

At our Orlando, FL dental office we use composite resin fillings. They’re tooth-colored so they blend in with your natural smile and are hardly noticeable, if at all. These easy to place tooth fillings are strong and long-lasting. If you have a cavity that needs to be filled, we’ll gladly talk to you about our tooth fillings.

  • Dental Crowns

Dental crowns are tooth-colored caps used to repair and protect damaged teeth. A crown covers the entire portion of a tooth above the gumline. Typically, we’ll use a dental crown to restore a tooth after root canal or endodontic therapy or to reinforce and protect a weakened or damaged tooth. Dental crowns can also be used to cover a dental implant or anchor a fixed dental bridge.

  • Dental Implants

If it’s missing teeth you’re concerned about, dental implants may be the perfect solution for you. Dental implants are artificial tooth roots that are placed into your jawbone to support a replacement tooth. The implant is essentially a tiny screw, typically made of titanium, that eventually fuses with your bone, becoming as strong as a natural tooth.

Learn More About Our Reconstructive Services Today

If you’re unhappy with the look or function of your smile, don’t wait another day to call Overmeyer Family Dental and find out which services can work for you. Our friendly and experienced staff members are more than happy to walk you through each treatment option to ensure you’re getting the best possible care. We want you to be absolutely thrilled with your results and will work hard to make sure that’s the case!

Call our Orlando, FL dental office today at (407) 871-3143. You can also contact us online to request an appointment. We look forward to hearing from you!

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