Candidates for Full Mouth Reconstruction

If you suffer from tooth loss, tooth decay, gum disease, or any other dental health complication, you may be an ideal candidate for full mouth reconstruction, also commonly referred to as rehabilitation. This treatment comprehensively addresses the various oral health problems that can compromise your dental and overall wellbeing. Since each patient’s mouth is unique, the procedure must be customized your exclusive needs. Different individual treatments may have different requirements for candidacy, so only Dr. Ajmo will be able to offer you a more detailed idea of where you stand regarding your eligibility for specific cosmetic and restorative options.

Characteristics of an Ideal Candidate

If you have recently had a tooth extracted, then you are most likely a candidate for full mouth rehabilitation. Because the procedure takes an all-inclusive approach to oral wellbeing, Dr. Ajmo and his staff will take care to prepare you for each subsequent stage of the process. For example, if you and Dr. Ajmo decide to replace missing teeth with dental implants, we may need to conduct a preliminary and supplemental procedure, such as a bone graft or a soft tissue augmentation. Thus, even if you weren’t originally a candidate for a specific facet of the treatment, we can help to treat and overcome whatever obstacles stand between you and a gorgeous, healthy smile.

Keep in mind that a full mouth reconstruction aims to bring the entirety of your oral anatomy back to full health, so if you suffer from any major dental problem you very well may be a perfect candidate for the procedure. The treatment concentrates on
eliminating tooth decay and gum disease, as well as restoring and replacing damaged and lost teeth. It can also address jaw misalignments and issues with the temporomandibular joints (TMJ), which can cause the patient much discomfort and soreness.

Should you experience any of these complications, please do not hesitate to contact our Palm Beach Gardens, FL practice!


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the picture of man for after in COMPLETE DENTAL RESTORATION
the picture of man's teeth for before in COMPLETE DENTAL RESTORATION
the picture of man's teeth for after in COMPLETE DENTAL RESTORATION

Some symptoms you should keep in mind when weighing the option of a full mouth reconstruction include:

  • Jawbone loss

  • Tooth pain

  • Bleeding or discolored gums

  • Dark circles on tooth surfaces

  • Tooth loss

The Road to a Healthy and Gorgeous Smile Starts at PGA Dentistry

At PGA Dentistry, in Palm Beach Gardens, FL Dr. Ajmo and his expertly trained staff can treat a wide variety of issues that can compromise your oral wellbeing. Via a full mouth reconstruction, we can restore the balance and harmony to your smile. Moreover, since Dr. Ajmo is one of the few dentists that can help ensure maximum comfort during your visit by offering a broad variety of spa-like amenities. To learn more about what makes an ideal full mouth reconstruction candidate, contact us to schedule your no-obligation consultation today!