View Our Other Veneer PatientsIf severe dental problems are affecting your quality of life, consider full mouth reconstruction. Full mouth reconstruction repairs or replaces broken and worn down teeth, and most importantly rebuilds your bite to what it was 10-20 years ago for a beautiful, healthy and functional mouth.
Full mouth reconstruction may be necessary due to:
- Poor bite (overbite or crossbite)
- Aggressive wear on the tooth
- TMJ or jaw pain
- Accidents or injury
- Advanced tooth decay
Full mouth reconstruction may include:
- Dental implant restorations
- Dental bridges to replace lost or broken teeth
- TMJ treatment to address biting difficulties
- Tooth-colored fillings for a metal-personal smile
- Placement of dental crowns to repair cracked and damaged teeth
- Using replacement crowns to replace outdated dental crowns
- Inlays and onlays to address decay
Jaw Joint Pain
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View Our Other Veneer PatientsTMD is a painful disorder affecting the temporomandibular joint of your jaw. Head and neck pain, teeth grinding and a ‘popping’ sound are just a few of the typical symptoms. Neuromuscular appliances called “orthotics” can properly position your jaw to relieve the pain, and computerized neuromuscular technology can assist in determining the most comfortable bite position. Dr. Doolin and Dr. Haddad are two of the few dentists in the state of Michigan who have this equipment and are trained to use it to treat these issues.
Full mouth restoration techniques may also help, including:
Combining cosmetic dentistry with neuromuscular (TMD) dentistry, Dr. Doolin and Haddad bring their complete LVI training and years of experience to the forefront to correct your dental issues and create your attractive, new smile.
If you are considering full mouth restoration, let Dr. Doolin, Dr. Haddad, Dr. Tironi, and our experienced team work with you to determine the right combination of procedures that will help you achieve the natural, attractive smile you desire. Please call (248) 656-2020 or email us today.