About Full Mouth Reconstruction
A full mouth reconstruction typically involves a number of different dental procedures used in combination over multiple office visits to restore both upper and lower teeth.
The primary objective of a full mouth reconstruction is to give the patient good oral health. The dentist aims to give the patient a full set of strong teeth.
The secondary objective is aesthetics. Often the patient also wants the work done to gain a beautiful smile that will boost his self-confidence and sense of well-being.
How Full Mouth Reconstruction Works
The dentist performs a thorough examination to determine the extent of the problem. He will look for tooth decay, gum disease, poor teeth alignment, missing teeth, discolored teeth, and misshapen teeth to name just a few of the more common issues.
The dentist has a number of procedures that he can then perform as needed to complete the reconstruction. For example, the dentist will want to immediately take care of any signs of gum disease, removing excessive plaque that threatens the future of any healthy tooth.
Full mouth reconstruction may also include the use of implants, crowns, bridges, root canal, bone and/or tissue grafting, and orthodontics such as braces.
Why Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Good oral health makes it easier for patients to eat a well-rounded diet of beneficial foods. Healthy teeth and gums play a large role in overall health.
A full mouth reconstruction can also give a patient the ability to lead a richer life. A patient suffering from damaged teeth often chooses to navigate through his life in ways designed not to draw attention.
He allows his fear of embarrassment to cut himself off from the joy that comes from close interaction with others.
A full mouth reconstruction can give him the confidence to finally step out of the shadows.
If your need for a full mouth reconstruction has been holding you back from enjoying the life you deserve, put your life back on track with a call to Bal Harbour Smiles.