Full Mouth Reconstruction
A full mouth reconstruction involves rebuilding and replacing all of the teeth in the mouth. It’s a full restorative procedure that will help those who have lost all of their teeth regain their smile and lasting confidence. Not only is this a cosmetic procedure, but it will also give our patients back the ability to speak with full control and enjoy their food.
There are a variety of reasons why a patient may need a full mouth reconstruction. Decay and periodontal disease is one reason why teeth may fall out. Accidents and trauma can result in fractured teeth that can only be regained with replacements. Over time, teeth can become very worn due to acid erosion and some diseases, in these cases, a full reconstruction may be necessary. There are also a variety of conditions that can cause teeth to fall out or need extensive repair. Regardless of the reason, a full restoration provides the opportunity to regain a lasting smile in the most permanent way possible.
A full mouth reconstruction requires a variety of dental treatments and procedures. Dental implants are used to restore the missing teeth while crowns and veneers may be added to provide further strength. Gum grafting and bone grafting may be necessary for some scenarios to augment areas where either are deficient. Depending on your specific situation, our team will work closely with you to outline a plan to complete your smile. We are committed to providing exceptional treatment to give you the teeth you deserve.
If you think a full mouth reconstruction will provide you with the look and functionality you need, we’re happy to help. Give us a call today and we’d love to set you up with a consultation.