If you have a large number of decayed, worn or broken teeth, full mouth restoration might be an option to reconstruct your natural teeth instead of having to opt for dentures. When your teeth reach this point it can inhibit your ability to eat and smile, and have a negative effect on your overall quality of life. Full mouth reconstruction takes a comprehensive look at your teeth, gums, jaw and mouth, and utilizes cosmetic and restorative dentistry. The goal is to restore the functionality and aesthetics of your teeth so we can improve your quality of life. The services involved in a full mouth reconstruction may involve one or many of the different disciplines of dentistry. There are a number of options available to get your smile looking its best, such as veneers, bridges, implants and more. Full mouth restoration needs to be addressed on a case-by-case basis. Dr. Efird has attended hundreds of hours of advanced courses on the variety of procedures involved with full mouth reconstruction and is happy to spend the time discussing it with patients that are interested in this service.