Full Mouth Reconstructions
A full mouth reconstruction is not just one but a series of dental treatments. The overall goal of these treatments is to restore the look, structure and function of your mouth. The optimal outcome is a mouth that is very close to a healthy, functioning natural mouth.
The best candidates for full mouth reconstructions are patients who have at least two dental issues to deal with at once. The issues that a full mouth reconstruction most commonly address include oral disease, tooth decay, significant periodontal disease that leads to tooth loss, mouth injuries, jaw and bite realignments, and significant tooth structure loss due to bruxism.
A full mouth reconstruction can involve a variety of procedures including dental implants, crowns, bridges, dentures, partial dentures, root canals, gingival recontouring, extractions and orthodontics.
For patients seeking to correct their bite alignment through a full mouth reconstruction, the doctors at Oral Construx have years of experience in diagnosing and treating bite abnormalities, addressing malocclusions caused by worn and damaged teeth and restoring lost vertical dimension of occlusion to improve facial appearances.
A full mouth reconstruction requires several appointments to complete. The length of treatment depends on the severity of your issues, the number of issues that must be addressed and your personal schedule.