Depending on the condition of your smile, sometimes just doing one dental treatment is not enough to restore your smile it’s brilliant state. In these cases, Dr. Taler may recommend more than one for a comprehensive treatment plan known as a full mouth reconstruction. But the first step towards any major dental treatment is discovering which provider has the best options that fit your needs. Take a look below at what comprises a full mouth reconstruction, and important research questions to ask during your search.
No full mouth reconstruction plan is the same, as it’s more than one treatment combined to result in the patient’s ideal smile. It can include both restorative and cosmetic dental procedures, improving both the appearance, health, and underlying health of your jawbone. Dr. Taler will work with you to map out your procedures in the best order to achieve the results you seek.
It can be difficult to find just any dental care provider who can match all the treatments and care that you need. Take a look at our list of questions that we encourage patients to ask when meeting with potential full mouth reconstruction providers, including Dr. Taler.
We understand that one of the reasons patients may have avoided the dentist, or have not pursued the treatments they need, is due to dental anxiety. Varying degrees of sedation dentistry may be present for all treatments to keep you calm, comfortable, and safe during your procedure. But for those who have dental anxiety, we have options to help you feel comfortable from before you sit in the chair or even enter our office. Contact us at (317) 849-1223 to learn more about our oral sedation, nitrous oxide, or IV sedation options at Advanced Family Dentistry.