Full Mouth Reconstruction
Extensive damage to your smile can make you feel self-conscious. You may think there is no way to fully restore your oral health.
At KFA Dental in Farmingdale, NY, our doctors offer full mouth reconstructions to restore the health, comfort, and function of your smile.
So why should you consider a full mouth reconstruction?
We can include a range of procedures in your reconstruction...
There Is No Need to Feel Embarrassed If You Need Treatment
With a customized treatment plan, we can address a range of conditions...
But how do you know if you qualify for this treatment?
Predominant Health Concerns
Individual Treatment Requirements
Why should you opt for a full mouth reconstruction over individual treatments?
An Effective and Streamlined Option with Comprehensive Benefits
Our primary goal with any full mouth reconstruction plan is to restore your oral health to an optimal level. Meanwhile, we will ensure your restorations look natural and blend seamlessly with your smile.
With our advanced technology, we can design multiple components of your restorations in our office. Depending on your specific needs, this can mean fewer appointments and an expedited treatment plan.
Let's take a closer look at your options...
A Customized, Comprehensive Treatment Plan
A full mouth reconstruction is a customized treatment plan that can address multiple oral health concerns, such as decay, missing teeth, damaged teeth, and more. If you feel discouraged about the state of your smile, you can depend on us to provide complete rehabilitation that restores your health and your confidence. Drs. Kahn, Aldieri, and Ferrari can design a comprehensive full mouth reconstruction plan at their Farmingdale office to completely restore a compromised smile. We have access to highly advanced technology, such as CEREC® to deliver services quickly and efficiently, all under one roof for your convenience.
If you feel discouraged about the state of your smile, you can depend on us to provide complete rehabilitation that restores your health and your confidence.
What is a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
A full mouth reconstruction is a personalized treatment plan designed to rehabilitate damaged teeth and other tissue, and replace missing teeth to restore your oral health to an optimal level. Your full mouth reconstruction will combine at least two or more procedures:
- Dental Implants: If you are missing any teeth and prefer a permanent and stable replacement, dental implants are ideal. They restore the root of your tooth, which prevents jawbone degeneration. Meanwhile, they provide the ultimate support for dental restorations.
- Dental Crowns: A dental crown can repair and strengthen a tooth that has suffered significant damage as a result of decay or trauma. We can also restore a single missing tooth with a dental implant and crown. We use porcelain crowns for a natural-looking, yet durable restoration.
- Dental Bridges: A dental bridge can replace two to three consecutive missing teeth. We offer both traditional dental bridges as well as implant-supported bridges.
- Inlays and Onlays: For teeth that have suffered moderate decay or damage but do not require a dental crown, inlays and onlays are the restoration of choice. We use tooth-colored materials such as porcelain or zirconia for a natural-looking restoration.
- Periodontal Care: Full mouth reconstruction requires a foundation of healthy gums and jawbone tissue. If decay or gum disease have taken a toll on these tissues, they must be addressed before proceeding with full mouth reconstruction.
Our practice welcomes patients from Long Island and throughout Nassau County.
At KFA Dental, we are committed to providing five-star services for all our dental patients. Dr. Donald Khan, Dr. Angela Ferrari, and Dr. Daniel Aldieri are all dedicated to helping you maintain your oral health and achieve a beautiful smile. We are proud to be affiliated with a variety of organizations, including:
- Academy of General Dentistry
- International Congress of Oral Implantologists
- American Academy of Implant Prosthodontics
- American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
For more information about our services, contact us online or call (516) 249-1188 today.
"My family has grown up with the KFA family. The warmth and service provided by the whole KFA team assures me that I've given my children the best foundation for their overall dental health."Joann D.