What’s involved with a full mouth reconstruction?
After our dental professionals complete a comprehensive examination of your mouth and gain an understanding of your goals and preferences, we’ll compile a treatment plan that will maximize your smile. We’ll explain our recommendations and offer insights on what your proposed final results will look like, ensuring that your needs and input are heard throughout every step of the process.
Keep in mind that a full mouth reconstruction may include one of more of the following treatments and procedures:
- Dental veneers
- Dental crown(s) and bridge(s)
- Periodontal therapy
- Neuromuscular dentistry
- Dental implants
- Teeth whitening
- Dental bonding
Who would benefit from a full mouth restoration?
If your oral health is in great condition, this treatment plan may not be right for you. However, patients with significant tooth decay, injuries, alignment issues, or gum or periodontal disease are likely to benefit from a full mouth restoration. We encourage you to discuss your unique needs and goals with our dental experts today!
How will a full mouth restoration impact my oral health?
Because these restorative treatments and procedures can correct many dental issues and infections, they can improve your oral health in the short and long term. Teeth that are properly aligned with healthy bone structure are more likely to remain healthy, while missing or misaligned teeth can impact adjacent teeth and, in extreme cases, your entire mouth.
Your overall health can also be significantly improved. The mouth is the gateway to the body, and when it’s healthy and prioritized, it impacts – and benefits – the rest of you.
Curious about whether you may benefit from a full mouth restoration or have questions about the treatments and procedures involved? Contact our office today!