Full Mouth Reconstruction may be needed when the teeth are worn down, broken, missing, or if you experience pain in the jaw joint, headaches, back pain, muscle tenderness or clicking or popping of the jaw. When a full mouth reconstruction is needed, most of the existing teeth require treatment in order to correct and restore balance to the occlusion (bite) and facial features.
What is Full Mouth Dental Reconstruction?
Full-mouth rehabilitation, sometimes called reconstruction or rejuvenation is the individual recreation of each tooth in a mouth. Full mouth rehabilitation utilizes current technologies to reshape and rebuild one’s teeth, gums and surrounding areas. One or several procedures may be necessary to obtain the effects desired.
Full Mouth Rehabilitation corrects imperfections in bite position and enhances the appearance of your smile. The end result is an enhanced appearance that allows the patient to enjoy the confidence and attractiveness you have always wanted.
The Full Mouth Reconstruction Process
When planning a full mouth reconstruction, we will examine your gums and make sure that they are healthy. If not, we will advise you on treatment to strengthen them, so that your gums will be able to support and enhance a full mouth reconstruction. Next, we will examine your bite. We will take models, x-rays and photographs of your teeth. We will spend a lot of time planning your case with our laboratory technician and any specialists that may be participating in your treatment. We will take all aspects into considerations to achieve esthetics, function and harmony. We will also spend time discussing your desires and advising you of your options for treatment, and our recommendations.
The complete process may include:
- Porcelain veneers
- Dental bonding
- Dental implants
- Tooth whitening
- Porcelain crowns
The Benefits of Full Mouth Reconstruction
A full mouth reconstruction will dramatically improve your appearance. The end result is an enhanced appearance that allows you to enjoy the confidence and attractiveness you have always desired. A full mouth reconstruction is not necessary for everyone, but it can relieve pain and transform a smile that was once small, crooked, and chipped into a bright, attractive one
Anyone with short, worn teeth or teeth that are chipped and broken throughout the mouth may be an excellent candidate. To find out if a full mouth reconstruction can help you, contact us at our office. We would be happy to arrange a consultation and answer any questions you might have.