We usually recommend complex full-mouth rehabilitation when patients have multiple problems in their mouths. We help people who are suffering from gum disease, discoloration, tooth decay, crooked teeth, and other problems, usually all at the same time.
Before we start your rehabilitation, we will need to do a thorough examination with X-rays to determine what treatments you will need. Since every mouth is different, we create a treatment plan just for you.
What is full mouth reconstruction?
Full mouth reconstruction is a comprehensive dental treatment that addresses multiple dental issues affecting the teeth, gums, and jaw.
What dental problems can be treated with full mouth reconstruction?
Full mouth reconstruction can treat a variety of dental problems, including damaged, missing, or decayed teeth, gum disease, bite issues, and more.
How long does full mouth reconstruction take?
The length of treatment for full mouth reconstruction varies depending on the specific needs of the patient. It may take several months or longer to complete the process.
What is involved in the full mouth reconstruction process?
The full mouth reconstruction process typically involves a combination of restorative and cosmetic dental procedures, including dental implants, crowns, bridges, orthodontics, and more.
Is full mouth reconstruction painful?
Most patients do not experience significant pain during full mouth reconstruction. However, there may be some discomfort during the recovery period following certain procedures.
How much does full mouth reconstruction cost?
The cost of full mouth reconstruction varies depending on the specific treatment plan and the extent of the dental issues being addressed. It’s best to schedule a consultation with a dentist to discuss the cost and payment options.
Who is a good candidate for full mouth reconstruction?
Anyone who has multiple dental issues affecting their teeth, gums, or jaw may be a good candidate for full mouth reconstruction. A dentist can determine if this treatment is right for you based on a comprehensive dental exam.
How can I maintain my dental health after full mouth reconstruction?
Maintaining good dental hygiene and visiting the dentist regularly for checkups and cleanings is essential for preserving the results of full mouth reconstruction. Patients should also follow any specific aftercare instructions provided by their dentist.