Your Quick Guide on Full Mouth Reconstruction

Your Quick Guide on Full Mouth Reconstruction

Your Quick Guide on Full Mouth Reconstruction

A Full Mouth Reconstruction is a combination of dental procedures designed to restore both the health and appearance of the mouth. Reconstructions may be needed to restore one tooth, multiple teeth, or the entire mouth. This restorative dentistry treatment may consist of multiple dental procedures. The procedures used to restore your mouth will depend on the type of damage you are facing. 

For example, if your tooth structure has been damaged due to tooth decay or cavities, you may need fillings and dental crowns to restore its appearance. If your tooth root has been compromised due to infection, then you may need a root canal to restore its function. If you are suffering from tooth loss, then you will need a suitable replacement option to regain the appearance and function of your smile. When you come into our office for your appointment, we will perform a thorough examination to detect any underlying issues so we can ensure the highest level of success with your dental treatments.

When patients are experiencing serious issues with their teeth, they can benefit from full mouth reconstruction. This comprehensive treatment rebuilds and restores the smile entirely to provide patients with beautiful results as well as a healthy oral environment that is free from disease and decay. A full mouth reconstruction may include a variety of treatments and procedures in order to restore the function of a patient’s teeth and enhance their aesthetics. If you are interested in this treatment, schedule a consultation with us so we can help you regain your oral health.

Benefits of Full Mouth Reconstruction

A full mouth reconstruction is often recommended for those who have recently lost teeth, experienced severe decay, or had serious trauma to the teeth and jaw. If you are experiencing one or more of these problems, a full mouth reconstruction may be right for you.

  • Some of the benefits of a full mouth reconstruction include
  • Creating a new bite line that properly fits the teeth and jaws
  • Crestoring the jawbone to a healthy shape and form
  • Improving oral function (speech, chewing, etc.)
  • If you are missing most or all of your teeth, a full mouth reconstruction can improve your appearance, help you chew your food better, and even help you speak more clearly.

Full Mouth Reconstruction Candidacy

Patients who need full mouth reconstruction typically fall into one of two categories: those who have experienced significant tooth loss or those who are suffering from multiple oral health issues at once. However, you don’t necessarily have to experience one of these specific situations in order to be a candidate for a full mouth reconstruction procedure. Many patients simply require a combination of services in order to restore their mouth to a healthy state.

Visit Georgetown Cosmetic Dentistry at 2440 M Street, NW, Suite 328, Washington, DC 20037, or call (202) 785-4141 to learn more about tips to maintain a healthy smile.


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