Full Mouth Reconstruction Procedure

A full mouth reconstruction optimizes and harmonizes your oral anatomy’s health in its entirety, from the teeth to the gums and the jawbone. Since each patient’s oral structure and dental needs are unique, the treatment has to be individualized. PGA Dentistry, in Palm Beach Gardens, FL offers a broad range of specific cosmetic and restorative options that we can choose from to build a treatment plan that addresses the exclusive needs and requirements of the patient. Because the procedure must be custom-tailored, only Dr. Ajmo can provide an accurate idea of the structure of the reconstruction process. However, in what follows we try to offer a general overview of what your full mouth rehabilitation procedure will look like.

A full mouth reconstruction optimizes and harmonizes your oral anatomy’s health in its entirety, from the teeth to the gums and the jawbone. Since each patient’s oral structure and dental needs are unique, the treatment has to be individualized. PGA Dentistry, in Palm Beach Gardens, FL offers a broad range of specific cosmetic and restorative options that we can choose from to build a treatment plan that addresses the exclusive needs and requirements of the patient. Because the procedure must be custom-tailored, only Dr. Ajmo can provide an accurate idea of the structure of the reconstruction process. However, in what follows we try to offer a general overview of what your full mouth rehabilitation procedure will look like.

The Procedure

Different dental health problems are prioritized by the immediateness of the health risk they pose. As such, we will generally treat problems such as tooth decay and gum disease first. Furthermore, any dental issues that may be causing you pain will also be addressed at this point. Since they usually carry a higher a risk of infection, broken and damaged teeth will also be treated first and irreparable teeth will be extracted, temporarily replaced with provisional dental prostheses. Following this initial stage of the procedure, you will enjoy a recovery period during which your gums will heal from the periodontal therapy.

After the treated tissues have fully healed, you will return to PGA Dentistry for a reassessment of your teeth, after which we will treat other health issues that were not prioritized during the first stage of the procedure. This includes the placement of dental implants, dental bridges, or a denture to replace lost or severely damaged teeth. It’s also at this time that we’ll correct any malocclusion, or misalignment, that your jaw suffers from so that we can make sure your bite is healthy and at full strength.

COMPLETE DENTAL RECONSTRUCTION

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Start the Journey Towards a Stunning First Impression

Persons with damaged smiles, whether they suffer from broken or lost teeth, tooth decay, or gum disease, typically suffer from a higher risk of significant dental health problems. A full mouth reconstruction can help restore the natural beauty to your smile, all the while assisting in safeguarding your oral and general wellbeing. If you would like to learn more about how a full mouth reconstruction can benefit you, contact PGA Dentistry to schedule your no-obligation consultation today!