Advances in dental technology make restoring the function and appearance of compromised teeth possible, even in severe cases affecting the entire mouth. Konstantin Rubinov, DMD, FICOI, and his team at Williamsburg Dental Arts are well-versed in performing full-mouth reconstructions at their office on the northside of Williamsburg, Brooklyn. To schedule an appointment and begin rebuilding your smile, call the New York City office, or use the online booking tool today.
Full-mouth reconstruction uses restorative dentistry techniques to rejuvenate your teeth when multiple oral health issues, like missing or broken teeth, affect your entire mouth. Modern dental technology provides several restorative options that look and feel like healthy, natural teeth.
At your consultation, Dr. Rubinov assesses your oral health and dental history. Next, they consult with you to develop a treatment plan that matches your needs and goals.
Full-mouth reconstruction can have dramatically positive effects on your health, confidence, and overall quality of life. It can improve your smile and help you speak and chew food normally again.
Full-mouth reconstruction may be your best option if you’ve lost many teeth or have several worn-down teeth or old dental work you would like to replace.
Full-mouth reconstruction can help you achieve any combination of the following oral health goals:
Dr. Rubinov customizes your full mouth reconstruction to fit your needs and aesthetic goals, including whether you’ve lost or worn down your teeth due to decay, trauma, injury, or disease. He is experienced in treating complex cases that call for multiple treatments.
Dr. Rubinov and his team have several restorative dentistry options at their disposal. During full-mouth reconstructions, Dr. Rubinov may combine or amend procedures depending on your case. These options include:
An implant is a metal post that replaces the root of a missing tooth. After installing the implant, Dr. Rubinov provides you with a prosthetic replacement tooth.
A crown is a cap placed over a damaged tooth. The result looks and functions like a natural tooth.
A dental bridge uses the teeth surrounding a missing tooth to support an artificial tooth, “bridging” the gap. When multiple teeth next to each other are missing, Dr. Rubinov can install bridges using implants for support.
To schedule a restorative dentistry consultation, call the office or request an appointment at Williamsburg Dental Arts today.