What procedures are involved in a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

What procedures are involved in a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Full Mouth Reconstruction
PGA Dentistry
September 19, 2014
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You're not happy with your smile or how your teeth look.  Perhaps your teeth aren't as nice as you'd like or you are suffering from failing and missing teeth, or wearing ill-fitting dentures.  Maybe you've experienced some kind of injury and would like to have that beautiful smile you once had. You may have heard about full mouth reconstruction and wonder if that is something you should do.

If you live in the Stuart area, there are skilled cosmetic dentists close by that can perform full mouth reconstruction and can advise you if you're a good candidate for the procedures involved.

What Is Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Full mouth reconstruction is also called full mouth restoration or full mouth rehabilitation.  It is where the dentist works on your entire mouth with a combination of procedures in order to correct any problems you're having with your teeth and gums.  Most cosmetic and general dentists say they do the work but many may have to send you to multiple specialists to complete the entire procedure.  Because of this, it is important to select a cosmetic dentist that can perform ALL procedures in one office.  
 
What Procedures Are Done with a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Your dentist in the Stuart area will need to assess where your mouth and teeth that need reconstruction and come up with a plan consisting of a combination of procedures for correcting those problems. Most full mouth reconstruction cases are comprised of two to three of the following procedures:

  • Full coverage crowns

  • Implants

  • Veneers

  • Bridges

For gums with periodontal disease:

  • Bone Grafts

  • Soft tissue grafts

  • Scaling

  • Root Planing

For Occluded bites:

  • Bite guards and night guards
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