Full Mouth Reconstruction - Encino & West Hollywood, CA

Transformative Dentistry for a Smile Reimagined

"I Would Have Never Been Happy Without My Smile.”

Crafting Confidence with Art and Science

Sargon Lazarof, DDS, stands ready to address your challenges, whether tooth loss, oral trauma, or looking for a complete restorative treatment, employing advanced skills and cutting-edge technology. The journey toward state-of-the-art full mouth reconstruction starts with a meticulously crafted treatment plan, personalized to align with your unique smile needs and budget considerations. Dr. Lazarof’s expertise extends to a profound understanding of facial anatomy and oral structures, backed by years of experience delivering life-changing and customized full mouth reconstruction solutions.

This transformative dental reconstruction process is not merely a remedy but an opportunity to reverse the effects of aging and neglect, restoring both oral health and aesthetics. The outcome is a fully functional, natural-looking smile tailored to your unique characteristics and desires. Full mouth restoration ensures oral and general health improvements and a revitalized smile, bolstering your self-confidence and significantly enhancing your overall quality of life!

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What is a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

A dental reconstruction seamlessly fuses the art and science of restorative and cosmetic procedures, prioritizing enhancing oral health and dental function. A smile makeover, a cosmetic dentistry treatment focused on transforming the appearance of inherently healthy teeth, is available for those seeking aesthetic enhancements. Dr. Lazarof employs a comprehensive oral examination to identify the root cause of dental issues, determining whether you’re a suitable candidate for full-mouth rehabilitation. The timeline for dental reconstruction varies, taking several weeks or months based on the type and extent of damage.

What Can a Full Mouth Reconstruction Do for Me?

State-of-the-Art Services for Complete Smiles

Dental crowns, also known as tooth caps, serve as customized restorative prosthetics placed on teeth affected by damage, extensive decay, or large old fillings, aiming to restore both function and aesthetics. Crowns become essential for teeth post-root canal treatment, safeguarding the weakened inner structure and averting potential fractures.

A dental bridge emerges as a cost-effective solution to address common issues associated with tooth loss. Beyond cosmetic considerations, the absence of a tooth (or multiple teeth) can give rise to various problems, including the shifting of surrounding teeth, an elevated risk of decay and gum disease, alterations in bite dynamics leading to discomfort, and challenges in speech and chewing. For those with a missing or consecutive missing tooth, the adjacent supporting teeth are modified and fitted with crowns to anchor the bridge securely.

Alternatively, though less common, cantilevered bridges only attach to one side. The installation of a dental bridge not only eliminates unsightly gaps in your smile and enhances your ability to eat and speak, but it also prevents the shifting of remaining teeth and alterations to your bite. It is crucial to note that bone loss continues in the vacant space beneath the false tooth, as the missing root is not replaced.

Before beginning procedures involving fillings, crowns, or bridges, minor occlusal adjustments are often necessary to ensure proper alignment of individual teeth. During this process, you’ll bite down on a thin piece of colored paper designed to transfer color to areas of contact.

Dr. Lazarof then meticulously eliminates any interference, gradually reinserting the paper and prompting you to bite until your teeth achieve the correct alignment. This ensures the final restorations fit seamlessly and contribute to optimal oral function.

Dental implants offer unparalleled longevity, a seamlessly natural appearance, and exceptional versatility by replacing a single tooth, multiple teeth, or an entire set in one or both arches. Consisting of three integral components—the implant post, the crown, and the abutment connecting the crown to the post—dental implants present a durable solution that can endure a lifetime. Beyond their lasting functionality, dental implants contribute to enhanced appearance, boosted confidence, and the freedom to enjoy your favorite foods without concerns about decay.

Digital impressions have revolutionized the traditional process of obtaining molds for dental procedures. Utilizing advanced technology, digital impression systems create highly accurate 3D models of a patient’s teeth and gums without using messy traditional molds. This technology not only enhances precision in various dental treatments such as crowns, bridges, and implants but also provides a more comfortable experience for patients.

The Benefits of a Fully Restored Smile

Looking for a Complete Smile Enhancement?

Schedule your initial full mouth reconstruction appointment with our team today!