Full mouth restoration leaves you ready to tackle the world with a brighter smile. Replacing and repairing missing, cracked, or broken teeth is vital for your health and emotional well-being. The highly educated team at Meza Dental is ready to serve your dental needs.
Can I restore my worn teeth?
Over 90 percent of America suffers from significant tooth loss. The accompanying confidence and nutrient loss pose health risks ranging from bacterial infection to malnutrition.
It is possible to fix many of your issues. Cracked and missing teeth or even large gaps may be covered with veneers. Implants can help when there are many missing or severely decayed teeth.
What is full mouth restoration?
Your mouth has 32 teeth when including your wisdom teeth. A full restoration is necessary when many are in a severe state of decay or are completely missing.
Your dentist can restore between 20 and 28 teeth. It is possible to obtain a completely new smile with the help of a professional.
How long does a full mouth restoration take?
Replacing most of your teeth is not a simple task. Implants require placing anchors in your mouth, veneers are placed with special compounds, and gum surgeries or bone grafts may be required for significant damage.
Dentists look at each individual case to determine the number of procedures required. Once complete, the average time to heal is six months.
How do I care for my restoration?
Restoration requires due diligence. General care is straightforward.
Bruch and flush constantly. Avoid foods that may break veneers and make sure to obtain professional cleaning twice each year.
Is full-mouth restoration dangerous?
Restoring your mouth in such a manner can be extremely invasive but is generally considered safe in the hands of the right practitioner. Costa Rica has an advanced health care system with enforced certifications.
The team at Meza Dental is educated at some of the world’s most prestigious institutions. Our staff includes our founder and graduate of the University of California at Los Angeles as well as the first female AACD recipient, one of only two to three such women practicing dentistry in Latin America.
What if I do not need a full mouth restoration?
It is not always necessary to replace most of your teeth. In fact, it is recommended to seek treatment before issues become too great.
In these cases, simple implants or cosmetic dentistry may help you to obtain a beautiful healthy smile. Waiting may require the costlier and more invasive restoration.
Full mouth restoration in Costa Rica
Restoring your mouth is a complex procedure. Attempting to cut costs can be dangerous but advanced dental practices in Costa Rica are affordable and capable of handling almost any case.
With a highly educated staff belonging to prestigious institutions, Meza Dental applies a significant level of attention to each case. We take pride in providing for our patients. Come restore your smile and your health while relaxing on one of the thousands of miles of beach or visiting with our friendly locals.
Get in touch today to find out how we can help.