Full Mouth Restorations - Columbus, OH
Fully Restore Your Smile
Function and Beauty
We Repair Broken Smiles with Advanced Skills and Technology
At Spectrum Dental and Prosthodontics, our team has helped hundreds of patients with damaged, severely decayed, or missing teeth restore their smiles. Our prosthodontists have the skills and technology to end your pain and restore your oral health, dental function and smile aesthetics with customized dental restoration. Our on-site lab and combined experience of over 45 years enable us to fully restore patients’ smiles with exceptional outcomes. There is no need to suffer with damaged or missing teeth when you can receive state-of-the-art dental restoration in Worthington, OH that will improve your smile and life. After you undergo full mouth restoration, you’ll experience significantly improved oral function, newfound confidence, and the ability to eat all the foods you love!
What Is Full Mouth Restoration?
Full mouth restoration in Worthington, OH blends the art and science of restorative and cosmetic procedures to improve dental function and aesthetics. The difference between dental restoration and smile makeovers is that the latter is a cosmetic dentistry treatment focused primarily on transforming the appearance of otherwise healthy teeth. Full mouth restoration is designed to restore damaged teeth to their proper strength and health or replace missing or severely damaged teeth that can’t be saved, while secondarily making cosmetic improvements.
Dental Problems That May Require Full Mouth Restoration
- Extensive gum disease and/or dental decay
- Multiple failing or missing teeth
- Severely worn or broken teeth due to bruxism (teeth grinding/clenching)
- Jaw pain caused by a misaligned bite
- Dental trauma including fractured or knocked-out teeth
Customized Full Mouth Restoration Treatments
Dental implants permanently replace one or more missing teeth. The titanium post is surgically placed in your jawbone and functions like a natural tooth root. After the post fuses with your jawbone, you’ll receive a customized crown made from highly durable and beautiful zirconia attached to the post with an abutment.
Full Mouth Dental Implants
Full mouth dental implants look and function like natural teeth and are more comfortable, stable, and long-lasting than conventional dentures. Strategically placed dental implants assume the role of natural tooth roots to preserve your underlying bone and facial aesthetics.
Dental Crowns and Bridges
A dental crown preserves the function of a tooth with significant damage, decay, or normal wear and tear and also is required to strengthen a tooth after a root canal. A dental bridge is an artificial tooth held in place by modified teeth on each side capped with crowns. We create crowns and bridges at our on-site lab with superb materials, including E-max, several different zirconia options, and high noble metal ceramics.
Full and Partial Dentures
Thanks to advanced training and experience in all facets of restorative dentistry, coupled with cutting-edge dental technology, you can get dentures that are far superior to those of your grandparents! Whether you choose partial, full, or implant-supported dentures, we’ll create a customized solution at our dental lab for a secure and comfortable fit.
The Benefits Of A Fully Restored Smile
- Corrects multiple dental imperfections
- Resolves periodontal disease and potential complications
- Improves oral health and well-being
- Improves smile appearance for greater self-confidence
- Eliminates or reduces jaw pain
Experts in Full Mouth Dental Rehabilitation
Our prosthodontists have in-depth knowledge of facial anatomy and oral structures and expertise in delivering transformative restorative procedures. When you visit our practice for full mouth restoration in Worthington, OH, we consider your facial features and symmetry, lip and gum line, and your smile goals when planning treatment. We use advanced technologies and top-quality materials to build a solid foundation that results in dramatic and harmonious functional and cosmetic improvements. Treatment may take weeks to months as we restore each tooth to its proper health.