Full mouth Restoration
Sometimes called reconstruction or rehabilitation is the individual restructuring of each and every tooth in a mouth. FMR is called for where the teeth are worn down, broken down or missing, causing problems in both the bite and appearance of the mouth.
The most common solutions to these problems are crowns, veneers, onlays, and bridge work. FMR in the hands of a highly skilled dentist is usually so successful that others cannot discern the real teeth from the restoration.
If you have teeth that are worn, shifted, missing, broken, or a combination of these, then FMR may be the answer. FMR is designed to restore your smile and, at the same time, make eating easier and more comfortable. Cosmetic dentistry has evolved dramatically in recent years. If you have teeth that are in very poor health or those who have worn them excessively over time, you should consider this procedure.