You don’t have to be embarrassed about your missing, badly worn, or damaged teeth anymore. A full mouth reconstruction can help restore your teeth using a combination of advanced cosmetic and reconstructive dental techniques. Whether you need crowns, onlays, inlays, veneers, bridges, implants, dentures, or other services, to help correct the damages of cancer, accidents, poor dental health or damage caused by certain medications, we can help. That’s why we created this handy guide to help you prepare for your full mouth reconstruction.
What is a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
A full mouth reconstruction fuses modern restorative dental science with the art of crafting a truly lovely smile. Besides aesthetics, a full mouth reconstruction can help restore function as well. When you have missing, broken or badly damaged teeth, it can mean that you cannot chew well, speak clearly, may have pain and or ongoing infections or gum disease.
A full mouth dental reconstruction is a customized plan that may include other specialists to help treat any underlying diseases that may have damaged your bone, mouth, or gums. Healthy gums and strong bones are necessary to support dental reconstructions.
If you are preparing for a full mouth reconstruction, know that we take care of all the heavy lifting. The process always begins with a comprehensive dental exam. The dentist will review your dental records and X-rays, and make any necessary molds of your teeth.
Once he or she has a clear understanding of your unique needs and dental health, a treatment plan can be developed to help you go from where you are, to the vibrant healthy smile you want. You should understand that in some cases, a full mouth reconstruction may need to be broken into phases, spanning weeks or months, depending on your specific dental needs.
As far as preparing for any procedures, your dentist will provide you with any specific instructions. In most cases, from the patient standpoint, it will be exactly like any other procedure, such as getting a crown or filling. Your dentist can advise you about the timeline, and help you manage any expectations you might have. He or she can also prescribe any necessary medications, as well as make any necessary arrangements to help you feel comfortable and relaxed.
Before you undergo any dental procedure, your dentist will take the time to explain the procedure as well as answer any questions you may have. You are not alone at any point; we are here every step of the way and will support and guide you through the entire process.
At Dedicated Dental, we care about your oral health. That’s why we are always happy to discuss your specific dental needs, and determine what course of treatment will best match your smile goals, lifestyle, and budget. To find out more about our advanced full mouth reconstruction and cosmetic dental services, or to schedule an appointment, please call Dedicated Dental today at (702) 566-5509 or request an appointment online.