You don’t have to endure a mouth that doesn’t perform as it should. Like many of our patients, you may be dealing with widespread dental damage that has left you with few or even no natural teeth. If so, the dental pros at McRae Family Dental can change all that with an Athens full-mouth reconstruction. Our treatment will help you:
- Enjoy a wider selection of delicious and nutritious foods
- Order what you want off the menu when dining out
- Smile with confidence in your social interactions
- Make a better first impression on others
- Improve your oral and overall health
Get your teeth back and change your life! Call one of our three area locations today to schedule a consultation:
We offer extended hours that make it easy to fit in dental care around your busy schedule. Plus, sedation options are always available if you’re uneasy about your procedure.
Regain Your Smile With a Full-Mouth Rehabilitation
Your smile rehabilitation will be in good hands with the experienced team at McRae Family Dental. Our advanced technology includes a 3-D CT scanner, digital X-rays, and same-day crowns made right here. Our team will combine this technology along with their skills to develop a comprehensive treatment plan to restore your teeth. It will be custom-tailored to meet your needs and give you the perfect smile.
Here are some of the options we may use to give you back your smile:
- Dental Implants and Crowns – Your dentist will place one or more dental implants and attach crowns to them to fill in gaps.
- Full-Arch Fixed Teeth – Using a minimal number of implants per arch (usually four or six), we can secure a complete row of beautiful and functional new teeth.
- Bridges – We can anchor your bridge to your existing teeth or to dental implants to replace several missing teeth.
- Dentures – Choose from either conventional or implant-secured dentures that replace either a partial arch or full arch of teeth.
Don’t go another day without doing something about your smile! Call one of our three locations to get started on your full-mouth reconstruction in Athens.