Restore Your Smile with Full Mouth Reconstruction
Full Mouth Reconstruction
If all or most of your teeth have been damaged or decayed, and you are struggling with pain, discomfort, dietary restrictions, and a lack of self-confidence then you required Full mouth reconstruction. This process rebuilds or restores all of the teeth in your upper and lower jaws.
Full mouth reconstruction is needed when oral function and appearance are affected by systemic disease or damage. It is designed to restore your smile, and make eating easier and more comfortable.
A full mouth reconstruction is not a single stage or process. It usually involves series of restorative and cosmetic treatments. It differs from one patient to the next depending on their oral condition.
Planning for Full Mouth Reconstruction:
For a successful Full mouth reconstruction, a dentist need to analyze and understand the symptoms and the underlying causes of patient’s dental issues and then design an appropriate plan. First of all, dentist will evaluate your teeth, gums, and soft tissues. Then he will take x-rays, impressions, intra-oral and extra-oral images and maybe even a Panorex image to decide which procedures are best for your full-mouth reconstruction. Once your dentist has created a unique restoration plan, the full-mouth reconstruction process will likely require many visits to the dentist, and it’s not unreasonable to expect it to take 12 months or more.
Determining Candidacy for Full Mouth Reconstruction:
Patients with extensive damage to their teeth and gums throughout their mouths need to go under full mouth reconstruction process. You are a good candidate for full mouth reconstruction if you are facing some or all of the following oral health issues:
- Worn teeth as a result of long-term exposure to acid from certain foods and beverages.
- Fractured, broken or missing teeth that are a result of an accident, severe decay or trauma.
- Chronic headaches, back pain and muscle tenderness.
- Chronic jaw pain, clicking or popping of the jaw as a result of any accident.
- Swollen, bleeding, and painful gums.
- Badly stained, discoloured or loose teeth.
Full Mouth Reconstruction include following treatments:
DENTAL CROWNS & BRIDGES: If your teeth are chipped, cracked or broken then you may need dental crowns or bridges, which are natural-looking dental restorations that cover your damaged tooth (or teeth) securely and protect them from any further damage.
DENTURES: Dentures are worn over the gums in cases where you have too many missing teeth for crowns or bridges. It makes more sense to have dentures, which can provide you with many, or even a full set, of replacements. This restores your smile and helps you regain much of the function you lost.
DENTAL VENEERS: Dental Veneer is a very thin layer made of material which is placed over a tooth to protect tooth’s surface from damage. Dental Veneer is one of the most suitable approaches to change tooth’s colour, size, or shape. Veneers look like your natural teeth. It improves the appearance and functionality of your teeth and improves your self-confidence also.
DENTAL IMPLANTS: A dental implant is an artificial tooth root which is placed into your jaw to support a replacement tooth or bridge. Dental Implants are the best solution for people who have lost a tooth or teeth due to periodontal disease, an accident, or some other reason.