Full Mouth Restoration (FMR) is the total rejuvenation of your teeth and mouth. More advanced than a smile makeover, FMR addresses the health, comfort, and function of the teeth, as well as their appearance. It usually starts with the jaw position. If the jaw is not in proper alignment – a condition called malocclusion – the teeth cannot function optimally. Because the jaw isn’t aligned properly, neither are the teeth. This misalignment can cause the teeth to wear down unevenly, fracture, chip or decay. Even dental restorations don’t last as long as they should. Eventually it can lead to TMJ pain and tooth loss.
FMR starts with jaw function. If the jaw is found to be misaligned, bite splint therapy will be recommended. Once the bite is restored to health, the teeth can be fixed. We may use any of the following dental treatments in a full mouth case:
Following FMR, your smile will be as attractive as it is healthy and functional.
Are you embarrassed by chipped, crooked, discolored teeth? It might surprise you to learn how quickly – and comfortably – your smile can be enhanced to an attractive appearance.
With the cosmetic dentistry treatments offered by Chicago dentists Dr. Sanya Kirovski and Dr. Maryann Kelly, most smile problems can be resolved.
We work in partnership with a dental lab that is just down the hall from our office. Because of this close proximity, we are able to oversee the quality and fabrication of all porcelain veneers and restorations to assure a natural appearance, exact fit and your satisfaction.
Porcelain Veneers are thin sheets of porcelain that are custom crafted for shape and color in a dental lab to fit your smile perfectly. These strong, durable veneers are then bonded to your teeth, creating a straight, white, stunning smile.
Veneers are very versatile, and are used to:
A smile makeover is the total transformation of your smile. It is the solution for a variety of cosmetic problems.
A smile makeover can:
The end result is a white, straight, dazzling smile that enhances your appearance and boosts your confidence. You’ll want to show it off all the time!
A dental implant permanently replaces both the missing tooth and its root. A dental implant can be used to replace one tooth; or dental implants can replace several teeth or all teeth. They can also be used to give a secure and stable foundation to removable full or partial dentures. We refer the surgical portion of the implant process to a reputable oral surgeon; we create and place the replacement tooth for the implant.