The Process of Full Mouth Reconstruction

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Full mouth reconstruction is a very extensive treatment and requires a big investment. But once you get it done, all your dental issues are settled for a lifetime. The time required for full mouth reconstruction depends on your type of treatment, including dentures, dental implants, crowns, etc.

Today when a new trend every other day takes down the internet, the trend of getting an aesthetic smile to increase self-confidence is unmatchable. The purpose is not only to get a beautiful but it a step towards a healthy lifestyle by promoting better eating.

Steps for full mouth reconstruction:

  • Preparatory Phase:

The first phase in full mouth reconstruction is the preparatory phase. It is to resolve any issue that needs immediate attention and treatment. Your dentist will not proceed with the treatment if you have any pre-existing dental problem or disease that will affect the treatment or healing process. The pre-existing dental issues include tooth decay, tooth cavities, gum diseases, etc.

First, the doctor will treat the issue and give it a proper time to heal before starting the full mouth reconstruction. Other diseases like hemophilia, bleeding disorders, immune diseases that can interfere with the healing process, or the medication used after the treatment should be taken care of.

The second stage is to perform the imaging tests like x-rays to know the shape and place of the teeth. X-rays also reveal the jawbone structure, which is helpful before starting the reconstruction treatment. A full mouth cleaning is also very crucial to start any treatment.

  • Restorative Phase:

After completing the preparatory phase, which requires different time durations due to varying diseases, you are good to start the treatment. All the treatments require different schedules and planning, and the time can also vary like the healing process lasts about 5 to 6 months in dental implants. On the other hand, if you plan to get immediate dentures, it may require one to two visits only to complete the treatment.

Maintenance Time:

This is when most complications can originate due to the lack of care and monitoring. After getting any dental treatment, it is mandatory to carefully carry out the follow-up process until it is healed completely.

A full mouth reconstruction procedure is a big investment; therefore, it requires more attention and care than the other dental treatments because you are treating your whole jawline here. The complication arising in any teeth can affect all the other adjacent teeth. The success of the treatment depends on how well you look after your teeth following the treatment. Regular visits to the clinic are the best way to get teeth examinations and follow-up treatments.

Final Thoughts:

Just like the treatment is big and complex, it requires more care. You must discuss all your concerns about your oral health and develop a treatment plan with your dentist that benefits you the most. If you plan to get it, you must consult with a professional about your concerns and plan the treatment to schedule a suitable time to get a full mouth reconstruction.

Contact your Walnut Creek dentist, Dr. Massood Darvishzadeh, at Walnut Creek Dental to learn more about Full mouth reconstruction.

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