Full mouth reconstruction can be approached in a variety of ways. Each strategy is intended to achieve a specific aim. If old crowns, fillings, and damaged veneers must be replaced, a full mouth reconstruction might take months or even years. If the bite repair does not require repositioning the jaw into the proper position, full mouth reconstruction treatment can be finished in a matter of weeks. This all-inclusive strategy enables facial lengthening, age reduction procedures, and more. Discuss each of these options, as well as your specific oral health issues, with our dentist at Focus Dental Group.
What Is Full Mouth Restoration?
Our dentist will employ a full mouth reconstruction to rebuild or repair the form and function of your mouth. Rather than doing discrete treatments that may persist for years, the complete mouth reconstruction is intended to combine parts of general, aesthetic, and restorative dentistry to achieve your best-looking, fully functioning smile. As the name implies, full mouth reconstruction usually involves all of the teeth and can significantly enhance dental and overall health.
When Is a Full Mouth Dental Reconstruction Necessary?
Full mouth reconstruction entails tooth replacement, bite restoration, and muscle restoration to provide you with a natural-looking smile, a youthful appearance, and significant cosmetic enhancements to your face and jaw shape, among other benefits. It frequently requires the use of several cosmetic operations at the same time, ranging from dental implantation to the placement of dental bridges and rows of fake teeth.
Who Is a Good Candidate for Full Mouth Rehabilitation?
All patients with various dental diseases may be candidates for complete mouth repair. Whether you are unable to eat your favorite foods or are experiencing severe tooth, gum, and jaw discomfort, a full mouth reconstruction can help. This operation can also help you regain confidence and improve the appearance of your smile.
During your dental consultation, our dentist will take into account a variety of factors to assess your candidacy and the level of restoration you require. You can expect our dentist to examine:
- Overall health and any underlying medical issues that may be causing oral diseases.
- Condition of the teeth and gums.
- Bite and any modifications.
- All components used may cause allergic responses.
- Acceptance of both physical and psychological changes
- The ability to pay for the surgery.
To learn more about full mouth reconstruction and its benefits, contact Focus Dental Group at 6770 S 900 E Suite 301, Midvale, UT 84047, or call (801) 255-7101 to schedule an appointment.