About Full-Mouth Restoration
Teeth are unlike other parts of the body because they do not heal naturally. A tooth fracture, decay, or other oral injury must be addressed with dental care. When left untreated, these seemingly mild problems grow and the patient's oral health can spiral out of control. Gum disease, tooth loss, internally infected teeth, and other serious conditions will result. Martin Dentistry in Indianapolis, IN helps patients reclaim a strong, functional, and beautiful smile with full-mouth restoration. With advanced education in many facets of restorative dentistry, Drs. Martin, Martin, and Marshall offer a comprehensive selection of dental services to restore total oral health, from CEREC crowns to dental implants. After reviewing the patient's medical and dental history, current X-rays, intraoral images and records, the dentist will talk with the patient about their primary concerns and long-term goals. Understanding the patient's lifestyle and needs will allow Martin Dentistry to design a custom plan for their full-mouth reconstruction.
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What to Expect with Full-Mouth Restoration
During the consultation, the dentist will and explain the recommended procedures for the patient’s full-mouth restoration. Using 3D imaging, the dentist will show the patient the potential impact of the procedures and help the patient determine their treatment plan. Once the patient and dentist have decided on plan for their full-mouth restoration, the patient can schedule their appointment for the procedures or appointments, if needed.
Full-Mouth Restoration Treatment Aftercare
The dentist will give the patient aftercare instructions based on the procedure or procedures being performed. In general, it is important that patients follow a good home oral health care regimen, including brushing, flossing, and mouthwash to maintain the results of their restoration. Additionally, patients should continue to come to the dentist twice a year, or as recommended by their dentist, for their regular dental exam and cleaning. Proactive dental care will help the patient’s smile remain healthy, strong, and beautiful.
Plan Your Procedure
Get Your Best Smile
Make a list of all the issues that are concerning you, and bring it to your appointment so you can discuss your concerns. During your office visit, you'll learn about the procedures that can help you achieve your goals and learn about new technology that makes it easier to get your healthiest smile.