What is Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Full mouth reconstruction is the set of treatment procedures to rejuvenate a patient’s smile due to substantial damage in both the lower and upper jaws. The reconstructive activity may precede other remedial treatments such as implant placement. These procedures are also called full mouth restoration or full mouth rehabilitation.
At Perfect Smiles For Less we use our considerable experience and insight into cosmetic preventative, and restorative procedures to provide the best full mouth restoration including gum treatment, bridges, implant placement, crowns, and more.
Full mouth rehabilitation may be used to treat these dental conditions:
Decayed, worn, and damaged teeth in the upper and lower jaws
Malocclusion or misaligned teeth, which may trigger chronic facial or jaw pain, headaches, and the feeling of teeth not fitting correctly
Sometimes, full mouth restoration is used before the placement of dental implants. Restoration aids optimal oral health for the successful dental implantation—so that you don’t end up wasting your money and time in getting failed implants restored.
What To Expect In Full Mouth Reconstruction
The most appropriate treatment depends on the specific needs of a patient, but here are some routine steps we take before beginning all full mouth treatment procedures.
Starting off, we examine your teeth to find out about the nature and degree of damage to your teeth. We will also scrutinize the health and state of your gum tissues, teeth, bite alignment, temporomandibular joints, jaw muscles, and more to make sure you are fit enough to endure the full mouth restoration. If your oral health is weak, curative procedures such as planing and scaling may be initiated to get rid of the infection and bring your mouth to an adequately healthy state so that other treatments can begin.
You will have a completely rehabilitated smile that will continue to beam happiness for years to come after the completion of all the procedures. To know more about our treatment choices, please call us today.