Full Mouth Reconstruction
A combination of problems including decay, old fillings, crowding, bite problems and discolouration were all addressed to great effect by restoring every single tooth.
Bridges, crowns and veneers were used to replace unslightly old dentistry, align crowding and to create a functional and aesthetic full mouth reconstruction.
Porcelain veneers and crowns of upper and lower teeth were used to correct the tilted lower teeth and create balanced function as well as a highly aesthetic look.
Porcelain veneers and crowns were used to replace the old crowns, restore the severe wear and create balanced function and a good looking smile.
A gum lift and porcelain veneers of upper and lower teeth were used to correct the tilt and crowding and develop a good looking, symmetrical and functional dentition.
This patient had a range of problems resulting from crowding, tooth decay, discolouration and an uneven bite. Porcelain veneers and crowns were used on 20 upper and lower teeth to replace all previous dentistry, to align crowding, to lighten in colour, to create a stable and comfortable bite function and a pleasing, natural-looking smile.
This patient wanted a fresher brighter smile so that she could smile with confidence. Years of tooth wear had caused her back teeth to become broken down and her front teeth to have reduced in length. 14 crowns on her upper teeth and a combination of 14 veneers and crowns on the lowers completely transformed her smile and restored her teeth to their original size. Gaynor feels the result is "amazing" and that has made her much more confident to smile
Prior to full mouth reconstruction the crowded lower teeth were aligned with fixed braces. After completion of orthodontic treatment bridges, crowns and veneers were used to replace unsightly old dentistry to create a functional and aesthetic result.
This patient came to the clinic unhappy with the over all appearance of his smile. After a full mouth rehabilitation he now has much more confidence and a smile to be proud of.