Full Mouth Reconstruction
Multiple oral health issues like missing teeth, gum disease, and tooth decay can make eating and smiling difficult.
Full mouth reconstruction rehabilitates your smile by combining multiple treatments that address your specific needs.
Dr. Donald Czaplicki and Dr. Cathleen Czaplicki serving Milwaukee, WI, can craft a custom treatment plan to help you smile again.
What Is Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Full mouth reconstruction is a restorative dentistry procedure that allows your dentist to combine multiple treatments such as dental implants, restorations, and periodontal treatment to simultaneously address several issues, restoring your oral health and function. While the goal of full mouth reconstruction is to restore your oral health, it can also enhance the appearance of your smile.
Am I a Candidate for Full Mouth Reconstruction?
You Have Multiple Oral Health Concerns
If you only have one or two oral health issues, individual treatment may be a better fit for you. However, multiple concerns may best be addressed with a comprehensive treatment plan tailored to your needs. Our practice offers many dentistry options to fit your goals and budget.
Your Issues Impact Your Oral Health and Function
If your dental issues are mainly cosmetic, cosmetic dentistry treatments such as veneers, teeth whitening, or even a smile makeover may be best for you. If your dental issues make it difficult to eat and speak, the restorative treatments that make up full mouth reconstruction will be a better fit.
You Don't Use Tobacco
Tobacco is bad for your oral health and overall health. It can also lead to complications such as infections, tooth loss, and implant failure. It is best to quit using tobacco products before you undergo full mouth reconstruction.
You Don't Have to Live With Reduced Oral Function Contact Us to Start Your Smile Restoration Journey
At Czaplicki Family Dentistry, our mission is to provide each patient with exceptional care by using state-of-the-art techniques and technology, all in a friendly and supportive atmosphere. Full mouth reconstruction can not only restore your oral health, but also improve your quality of life. Drs. Donald and Cathleen Czaplicki have been in practice since 1989, providing comprehensive dental treatments to rehabilitate patients' smiles.
Start your smile transformation journey with us today. Request a consultation by using our form or by calling our Hales Corners dental office serving Milwaukee, WI:
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All of my experiences with Czaplicki Family Dentistry have been pleasurable. Each of the dentists and team members have been professional, knowledgeable, and personable. The positive experiences with the dentists, administrative personnel, and clinical staff, both assistants and hygienists, have made these occasions excellent. I would highly recommend Czaplicki Family Dentistry for your dental needs.View on Google
I came here after my former dentist canceled on me twice after I had broken a tooth. Czaplicki got me in IMMEDIATELY and they were so thorough I already knew what work I needed besides due to prior appointments with other dentists, so I knew they were honest with me. They also really put me at ease as I was nervous about the extent of damage I would've sustained. So happy with themView on Google
How Much Does Full Mouth Reconstruction Cost?
Because full mouth reconstruction is customized to each patient's needs, it is impossible to give an accurate quote without an initial consultation. After your consultation, your dentist will develop a custom treatment plan. We will then be able to provide you with an estimate.
At Czaplicki Family Dentistry, we want dental care to be accessible and affordable for our patients. Our Milwaukee dental practice accepts most dental insurance providers to reduce or even eliminate your out-of-pocket costs. We also accept CareCredit® financing to split your cost into affordable monthly payments. This can help those without insurance or patients who need treatments not covered by insurance.
Full Mouth Reconstruction Treatments
Titanium dental implants act as artificial tooth roots to support restorations such as dentures, crowns, and bridges to completely replace missing teeth. Dental implants are the only restorative dentistry treatment that can keep your jaw healthy after tooth loss by preventing bone atrophy.
A dental crown is a porcelain, tooth-shaped shell that provides strength and support to a tooth following root canal therapy or dental trauma. A dental crown can also be supported by an implant to replace a single missing tooth. Our Milwaukee dental practice can use CEREC technology to craft a crown in just one appointment.
Dentures are natural-looking restorations that can replace several or all of your missing teeth, restoring your oral function so you can eat the foods you love and speak with confidence. Dentures can be supported by dental implants to protect jaw health and provide maximum stability for your restoration.
A dental bridge uses two dental crowns on anchoring teeth to support one or more artificial teeth called pontics. Like dentures and crowns, a bridge can be supported by dental implants for superior stability and improved bone health.
Unhealthy gums can lead to tooth decay, infections, and even tooth loss. Periodontal treatment addresses these issues to improve the health of your gums, protecting your overall oral health.
Bacteria can enter a tooth through chips, cracks, and cavities. That bacteria can cause the pulp in the tooth roots to become infected. A root canal removes the infected pulp to restore your oral health and preserve the tooth structure.
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"So very happy to find this place. I called yesterday because I'm in excruciating pain. They got me in the very next day and able to service my needs immediately. The staff treated me great and I'm typically a nervous Nelly when it comes to the dentist but this place made me feel safe. Highly recommend!"