What to Expect with Dr. Wylie’s Full Mouth Reconstruction

Full mouth rehabilitation (or reconstruction) is different from a smile makeover procedure. Smile makeover is intended primarily to perform procedures you elect in order to improve your overall smile appearance, while smile rehabilitation is undertaken on procedures that you need. However, both comprehensive procedures are used interchangeably in practice, as at times the difference between dental function and dental cosmetic is not clear-cut. For one thing, a dental treatment may be both restorative and cosmetic at the same time.

Glen Dale Cosmetic Dentist Dr. Charles Wylie offers a Full Mouth Reconstruction by combining procedures and treatments that he has been performing for years at Wylie Dental Care. As a combination of two or more procedures (depending on you particular need), the rehabilitation is intended for comprehensive outcome and ultimately, that is, to help you achieve a functional oral health and a stunningly attractive smile. The rehabilitation operation may include treatments and procedures, such as Cosmetic Bonding, Dentures, Teeth Whitening, Braces, Porcelain Veneers, and Dental Crowns.

With the help of his team of dental professionals, Dr. Wylie provides personal and keen attention on your dental needs and goals. The Wylie Dental Care Team has a combined 150 years of dental experience.

Upon consultation, Dr. Wylie will evaluate your full dental records, including X-rays and photographs and impressions of both your upper and lower teeth. If the Reconstruction Procedure is deemed necessary after examinations, he will give out a comprehensive, step-by-step dental plan. The Glen Dale Dentist will explain to you the pros and cons of each treatment, as well as the procedural risks.

To consult personally with Dr. Wylie, please call us now at 304-845-2480 or via this Contact Form.

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