Full Mouth Reconstruction
Simple teeth fillings, orthodontics and dental implantation are some of the most popular ways to correct teeth issues but sometimes, they’re inadequate for people with loads of problems with their teeth. If you’re unhappy with a majority of your teeth and would like to have them replaced or rebuilt, a full mouth reconstruction may be right for you.
What is full mouth reconstruction?
✓ As the name implies, a full mouth reconstruction refers to the process of rebuilding or simultaneously restoring all the teeth in your mouth.
✓ At BrightCraft Dental and Laser, we offer this service to patients who have many broken, worn and/or multiple missing teeth so you can end-up with a natural-looking smile while regaining your dental function or bite.
✓ Whether your teeth got damaged, or fell out or got broken, a full mouth reconstruction will help restore them, thanks to a combination of different dental solutions including veneers, crowns, inlays & onlays, dental implants and dental bridgework.
When would I need a full mouth reconstruction?
If you’re unsure whether or not you’re a candidate for this level of dental care, here are some common reasons people visit us at BrightCraft Dental and Laser for this service:
• Teeth that have been lost due to decay or trauma
• Teeth that have been injured or fractured
• Teeth that have become severely worn as a result of a long-term acid erosion (foods, beverages, acid reflux) or tooth grinding
• Teeth that have become worn from grinding or clenching teeth
• Crowns that are no longer attractive or functional
• Ongoing complaints of jaw, muscle and headache pain requiring adjustments to bite
Find out if you need full mouth reconstruction by visiting our BrightCraft Dental and Laser office. We will need to establish that you’re healthy enough to receive general or local anesthesia because special needs will require a special kind of dentistry.
What is the process for a full mouth reconstruction?
If you’re someone with multiple oral problems and would like to know how full mouth reconstruction works, here’s an overview of the process.
It begins with a comprehensive oral examination. Our highly skilled dentists will examine your entire mouth and jaws from your teeth, gums, alignment and bite to determine the extent of the problem and treatment options that can be used to correct it. This step includes taking images of your mouth to gain understanding of your mouth and how it functions. Target areas include:
✓ Gum tissue
✓ Temporamandibular joints, jaw muscles and occlusion
When we have all the information relevant to your case, we will develop a detailed treatment plan for your teeth that may include using dental implants to replace missing teeth, teeth whitening to remove stains, invisalign to realign your teeth, veneers to improve the appearance of your teeth and periodontics to improve the health of your gums and other procedures.
We also provide answers to any questions you may have about the treatment plan so you can understand the risks and benefits of the different procedures that your case needs for you to achieve your dream dental goals.
Are there advantage of full mouth reconstruction?
Full mouth reconstruction is a dental specialty that offers a number of benefits. These include:
✓ Enhances your smile: A primary reason many patients opt for full mouth reconstruction is that it allows them regain their natural smile by addressing all relevant oral issues.
✓ Improved oral health: Full mouth reconstruction resolves different dental issues that lead to poor health. For example, cracked teeth is hard to brush while teeth with gaps traps food particles but this procedure fixes them all.
✓ Boosts overall health: A healthy mouth boosts overall healthy by reducing chances of a heart attack, diabetes and other ailments related to oral health.
✓ Confidence boost: Full mouth reconstruction will help you feel better about yourself. You will no longer be self-conscious when you smile or talk.
We can help make your smile the best it can be!
Don’t let dental problems get in the way of having your dream smile. We are here for you at BrightCraft Dental and Laser to you restore your beautiful, natural smile. Because a lot goes into getting a full mouth reconstruction, you want to ensure that only a highly skilled dentist works on your mouth. So get in touch with us today!