Eric T. Moskowitz, DDS
Cosmetic, Implant, and General Dentistry located in Concord, NC
When achieving your best dental and oral health requires extensive work, you want a dentist you can trust. Eric T. Moskowitz, DDS, of Concord, North Carolina, has over 25 years of experience with restorative and cosmetic dentistry. For a consultation and full mouth restoration treatment plan that fits your needs, call or book an appointment online today.
Full Mouth Restoration Q & A
What is a full mouth restoration?
A full mouth restoration is needed when the improvement of your dental health requires multiple, advanced dental procedures. The services required for your full mouth restoration are specific to you and your dental health needs.
A full mouth restoration is a series of carefully planned procedures and the process of may take some time. It is often a difficult process; however, under Dr. Moskowitz’s care, you can look forward to a healthy, restored smile.
Why may a full mouth restoration be necessary?
Full mouth restoration may be necessary if you have gone many years without dental care, or you have a number of dental problems that need to be repaired all at once.
Some reasons for this may be:
- Multiple teeth lost or decayed
- Multiple teeth injured, fractured, or broken
- Multiple teeth or whole mouth worn by erosion or grinding
- Severe tooth or jaw pain
- Severe misalignment causing headaches or bite issues
Whatever the reason you may need full mouth restoration, you can trust Dr. Moskowitz and his team to treat you with respect and compassion throughout the process.
What procedures are included in a full mouth restoration?
As part of an initial consultation, Dr. Moskowitz outlines which procedures are necessary to restore your oral health and what your long-term treatment plan may look like.
Procedures that may be included as part of your full mouth restoration may be:
- Teeth cleaning
- Sealant placement
- Periodontal cleaning and follow-up care
- Infection or abscess treatment
- Crown restoration
- Jaw alignment
- Gum restoration or repair
- Correcting misshapen teeth
- Crowns or veneers
- Dental implants or implant restoration
- Invisalign or other alignment devices
Dr. Moskowitz oversees or directly performs every stage of your restoration.
How long might a full mouth restoration take?
A full mouth restoration takes place in phases, and the entire process may take up to a year. The timing and order of each procedure are important, as your mouth, teeth, gums, and bones may need time to heal before moving on to the next phase of care.
Typically, healing any infections is first priority; followed by less invasive treatments and more complicated procedures. Dr. Moskowitz and his team will be with you every step of the way.
If you are need of a full mouth restoration, call or book your appointment online with Eric T. Moskowitz, DDS, today.