Full Mouth Reconstruction – Know The Options

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Full Mouth Reconstruction – Know The Options

Restorative dentistry in a full mouth reconstruction or rehabilitation describes a process of reconstructing and restoring all teeth in the upper as well as lower jaw. It typically involves unique restorative dentistry techniques and procedures. This can include everything from placing dental implants to placing crowns, bridges and veneers. In addition, reconstructive dentistry may require the assistance of oral surgeons, orthodontists and even an endodontist. In short, full mouth reconstruction can be complex and time-consuming but the end results can be incredibly impressive.

Your Dentist Will Look At The Overall Condition Of Your Teeth

Those who have had teeth lost because of trauma, decay or injury may find that reconstructive dentistry is right for them. Even patients with severely warn teeth or teeth that have eroded over time may benefit from all that reconstructive type dentistry has to offer. The first step in achieving the best results with regard to full mouth reconstruction includes having a comprehensive dental exam performed. Your dental care provider will check your mouth to determine the extent of the problem and what treatment options will be available. Your dentist will also look at the overall condition of your teeth along with the condition of your gum tissue and even the jaw muscles and jawbone density.

Improved Functionality And A Complete Smile Makeover
Improved Functionality And A Complete Smile Makeover

Reconstructive dentistry can involve everything from adding crowns to contouring gum tissue as well as placing bridges or veneers as necessary. In some cases orthodontic treatment such as braces may be required in order to complete a full reconstruction. In addition, it is not uncommon to have a series of dental implants placed as a way to support a full restoration. The good news is that once a full mouth restoration is complete, the end result can be quite impressive. From improved functionality to a complete smile makeover, restorative dentistry is amazing in terms of what it can achieve. To learn more about reconstructive dentistry contact your Walnut Creek dentist, Dr. Darvishzadeh at Walnut Creek Dental dental care provider today.

References:
[1] Full Jaw Restoration: All-On-Four Vs Denture
[2] Restoration Options For Missing Teeth
[3] Dental Implants vs Dental Bridges

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