Workflows and manufacturing options
Full mouth rehabilitation is a highly individualized treatment. The point of a full mouth reconstruction plan is to optimize the health of the entire mouth.
Full mouth rehabilitation may include any of the following cosmetic and restorative dentistry services:
Digital Smile Design & Diagnostic Wax ups
With DSD you can design better smiles, treatment plan more effectively as a team, you the patient and us. Create, Perceived value and increase case acceptance.
Diagnostic Wax Ups, traditional made or digital designed, based on the DSD are a great way to treatment plan full mouth, full arch, or several unit spans for you and your patient. Before the commitment is made, let us help with a customizable visual! The wax up can be canted, lengthened, and discussed until it is clinically and esthetically ready to be made into a permanent restoration – all of this provides confidence and insurance in the final investment.
To plan your next case, consult with us , this is always free.
Give your patients a reason to smile throughout the restorative process when you place esthetic temporaries. Our aesthetic temporaries maintain proper spacing, function and appearance while permanent restorations are fabricated. Transitional restorations from FMR Prosthetic Center afford the highest in quality without compromising on esthetics.
For the highest quality temporaries featuring the ultimate in esthetics, turn to Us. Contact our office today to learn more about our transitional restorations.
Final Prostheses with Esthetic Crowns
Maximize the Esthetic and Strength of Metal-Free Restorations
IPS e.max is a monolithic, lithium disilicate ceramic that delivers outstanding esthetic and precision fit. It is an affordable alternative to PFMs and zirconia-based restorations.
With IPS e.max, you can offer your patients beautiful restorations that demonstrate high mechanical strength.
IPS e.max makes it the ideal high-strength solution for single-unit anterior and posterior crowns, veneers, inlays, onlays, screw-retained implant crowns, three-unit anterior bridges, or restorations with minimum preparation dimensions.