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Full Mouth Reconstruction with Ceramic Crowns and Bridges

Restore Your Smile with Full Mouth Reconstruction with Ceramic Crowns and Bridges

When you have damaged or missing teeth, you can be distressed by the appearance of your smile and also lose the ability to bite and chew food. If you have extensive tooth loss or dental damage, a full mouth reconstruction at Virginia Biological Dentistry in Glen Allen, Virginia, can help. Using ceramic dental crowns and bridgesDr. Olivia Hart can beautifully restore your smile with metal-free restorations to achieve life-changing benefits. 

Candidates for full mouth reconstruction

You may be a candidate for full mouth restoration if:

  • You have multiple missing teeth
  • Your teeth have severe tooth decay and cavities
  • Your teeth are significantly damaged by teeth-grinding
  • Your teeth are too complex to remedy with one procedure
  • You have a genetic condition that causes widespread tooth loss or damage

Restoring your smile with ceramic crowns

A dental crown is a tooth-shaped appliance placed over a tooth to improve its health and appearance. Instead of surgical placement, a dental crown is placed on an existing tooth to enhance its shape, color, size, and structure. In that case, Dr. Hart can save the natural tooth, remove any decay, and thus restore health to that tooth while she protects it with a beautifully designed and great-looking ceramic crown.

Your dentist may recommend a dental ceramic crown or bridge to:

  • Replace one or more missing teeth with dental ceramic implants capped with ceramic crowns or ceramic bridges
  • Protect your teeth after a root canal
  • Replace large, worn-out fillings
  • Strengthen severely weakened teeth
  • Camouflage discolored or misshapen teeth

Our office provides non-metal crowns and bridges that look natural and remain as good as new despite years of use. Moreover, non-metal crowns and bridges are corrosion-resistant and non-responsive to temperature changes.

Bridging gaps with all-ceramic bridges

By definition, a bridge spans a gap between two permanent structures. Similarly, a dental bridge fills the gap between two natural teeth. A traditional bridge comprises one or more prosthetic teeth secured in place with dental ceramic crowns placed on the adjacent teeth (abutments). A dental bridge seamlessly fits into the edentulous space to restore your smile’s function and beauty. It also prevents facial collapse and stabilizes the nearby teeth to avoid shifting into the space without teeth.

Missing teeth affect your smile and its functionality, how you eat, speak, and even sleep. Furthermore, tooth loss affects the alignment of other teeth and, generally, your bite in the mouth. Replacing your missing or compromised teeth immediately is the best way to avoid the negative consequences of tooth loss.

Love your smile again with full mouth reconstruction

Do you have extensive tooth loss or dental damage?

Full mouth reconstruction from Virginia Biological Dentistry can help restore your teeth to their natural shining brilliance. Call (804) 381-6238 to schedule an appointment today.