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Considering a Full-mouth Reconstruction?

During a full-mouth reconstruction or restoration several procedures are involved with the intent to improve not only the appearance of your smile but also to improve your oral health and functionality.

People with teeth with some type of damage, are worn down or are missing completely are good candidates to have reconstructions. Damaged teeth do not only affect the way you look, your self-esteem and image it can also create bite imbalance and affect your chewing ability. Some of the procedures that can be included in your full mouth restoration are: fillings, dental implants, crowns and veneers.

A full mouth restoration will not only improve the overall functionality of your bite, it can also make you look younger. Missing teeth, teeth that are worn down or chipped can give you a weathered facial appearance.

After a full-mouth restoration a new youthful smile is crafted specially for you, they are so natural-looking and beautiful that you will also feel rejuvenated and will find yourself smiling more.

How do you know if you are a candidate for a full mouth reconstruction instead of a simple makeover?

A full mouth reconstruction is an investment that you actually need, for example you might need it to improve your bite. A smile makeover is an elective procedure, you don’t need it you would want to have it in order to achieve a more beautiful smile, it is purely cosmetic.

How do you know if you really need a full mouth reconstruction?

If you feel identified with the following scenarios, you might benefit from a full mouth restoration:

Your teeth are severely damaged.

You suffer from temporomandibular joint disorder symptoms such as popping sounds in the jaw, jaw pain or headaches.

You have experienced periodontitis.

You have missing teeth which in turn may cause your bite to be off-balance.

Your teeth are worn down because of bruxism.

Both Dr. Josef Cordero and Dr. Thelma Rubinstein boast of over 30 years of experience, with a list of thousands of happy patients who are now experiencing the benefits of a full-mouth restoration.

Dr. Josef Cordero is a world-class oral surgeon and Dr. Telma Rubinstein is renowned for her expertise in full-mouth restoration and aesthetic work. Together they can craft the smile that will keep you smiling!

By: Prisma Dental

For any questions about our dental services you can contact us at or to our phone numbers: (506) 2291-5151 in Costa Rica or toll free at 866-741-8194 in United States.

Considering A Full-mouth Reconstruction?
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