Full Mouth Reconstruction FAQ - palm beach gardens fl

Answering Your Questions about Full Mouth Reconstruction

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Full Mouth Reconstruction: Frequently Asked Questions

Committing to a full mouth reconstruction can be a life changing decision. You undoubtedly have a number of questions and concerns for Dr. Jay Ajmo. We enjoy helping our patients learn more about how to maintain their dental health, so we highly encourage you to contact our Palm Beach Gardens, FL staff they are more than happy to assist you with your dental care needs. For your convenience, we answer some of the more common questions here.

There is a balance between the different parts of our mouth, including the teeth, the gums, and the jawbone. A full mouth reconstruction seeks to harmonize all the different aspects to your dental health by simultaneously addressing all oral health complications that you may suffer from, such as tooth decay, tooth loss, gum disease and an unattractive smile. At PGA Dentistry, in Palm Beach Gardens, FL we offer periodontal therapy, root canal therapy, dental implant placement and a comprehensive range of other restorative solutions. The exact treatment plan varies, as your dental needs are unique and exclusive, and only Dr. Ajmo will be able to give you a more accurate picture of how the full mouth reconstruction will tackle the individual aspects of your oral wellbeing.

Those with lost or extensively damaged teeth and tooth loss typically suffer a higher risk of oral disease such as tooth decay and gum disease. If your teeth are damaged, the decay could pose a significant threat to their survivability. If left untreated for long enough, tooth decay and gum disease could lead to tooth loss and a subsequent shift to the entire bite or occlusion. As the bite shifts, the jaws collapse leaving the person with a collapsed, aged look to their entire face. Oftentimes, TMJ dysfunction results in chronic pain to the jaws and face. With a full mouth reconstruction, we will simultaneously restore your bite to proper function allowing you to eat comfortably and custom design a lasting smile that will look and feel great.

If you suffer from dental health complications, you may be an ideal candidate for a full mouth reconstruction. As mentioned above, this treatment can target various health problems that affect the gums, the teeth, and the jawbone. Dr. Ajmo and his experienced staff can even correct a malocclusion, which is a misalignment of the jaw. A good candidate may also be interested in sedation which can be used to minimize stress or anxiety during the procedure.

While you visit our Palm Beach Gardens, FL office, we want you to feel comfortable and at home. During the procedure, Dr. Ajmo may administrate a sedative and local anesthetic to keep you comfortable and relaxed. Dr. Ajmo is also a certified IV sedation dentist—one of only a few in south Florida. IV sedation therapy will keep you calm and anxiety-free during the entire procedure. At PGA Dentistry, our goal is to make sure every visit is a pleasant pain free experience.

Absolutely! PGA Dentistry, in Palm Beach Gardens, FL keeps a full library of past cases, which you are more than welcomed to review. In fact, we encourage you to check out the before and after pictures of past patients who underwent the same treatment as you. That way you’ll have some idea of the extraordinary results you can expect from a full mouth reconstruction.

How do I schedule my consultation?

During the comprehensive consultation, we will carefully analyze your oral anatomy and discuss with you the various treatment options at your disposal. We are happy to answer any questions or concerns you may have. To schedule your consultation, fill out our contact form or call our Palm Beach Gardens, FL office at (561)-627-8666.

Welcome To Your New Dental Home!

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