A full mouth reconstruction is an excellent option for patients with several oral health concerns that need to be corrected at once. Patients with severe tooth decay or missing teeth are ideal candidates for full mouth reconstruction. Many patients also choose to undergo this procedure to deal with cosmetic issues that can compromise their self-esteem and enjoyment of everyday life. During a consultation at Georgetown Cosmetic Dentistry, we can discuss which methods may suit you based on your unique needs and preferences.
Diagnosis and Treatment Planning
A full mouth reconstruction usually requires various treatments to improve your smile's aesthetics, function, and health. Your dentist will create an individualized treatment plan to accomplish all your goals and help you regain confidence in your smile.
Diagnosing and treating each condition may require different procedures, such as fillings, crowns, bridges, or dental implants. In some cases, orthodontic treatment may also be necessary to align the bite. As a full mouth reconstruction relies on multiple therapies and techniques, it can take several months or even a year to complete the entire procedure.
Receiving a full mouth reconstruction is extremely common to restore your appearance and oral functions if you've lost teeth due to disease or damage. Additionally, suppose you have a severely damaged smile due to trauma or a medical condition such as cancer. In that case, your dentist may recommend undergoing a full mouth reconstruction to improve your quality of life.
The Benefits of Full Mouth Reconstruction
With a full mouth reconstruction, you can discover the benefits of having a fully functional smile that will bring out your best features. You can eat the foods you love without pain, get your teeth into better alignment for healthier teeth, and get rid of any tooth damage that has occurred over the years. A full mouth reconstruction is also an excellent option for anyone who is unhappy with their smile or hasn’t had their teeth cared for in quite some time.
Taking care of multiple issues with your smile at once can save time and money while improving your oral health. You will have peace of mind knowing that your work is done correctly and will be long-lasting. This care can also make it easier to maintain your new smile and will be more cost-effective than undergoing several procedures separately would be.
If you’re unhappy with the state of your teeth and are looking for a solution that can improve your oral health and appearance, visit Georgetown Cosmetic Dentistry at 2440 M Street, NW, Suite 328, Washington, DC 20037, or call (202) 785-4141 to learn more about the right treatment plan for your needs.