Full Mouth Reconstruction

Full Mouth Reconstruction for Patients with Complex Dental Needs

Full mouth reconstruction is a form of dental restoration which is ideal for patients with complex dental needs. With this treatment option, patients have to undergo a series of dental procedures to restore most of their teeth and the function of their entire mouth. The procedures may include but are not limited to dental implants, fillings, crowns and many others.

If you’re anxious about this kind of procedure, you may consider oral sedation while undergoing treatment, so you’ll be comfortable throughout the often lengthy procedures. It can take one or two dental visits to complete the full mouth restoration process.

Is it the same as a smile makeover?

A mouth reconstruction is different from a smile makeover. The former is a necessary treatment while the latter is an elected treatment, but both procedures aim to transform your smile into a healthy, aesthetically pleasing outcome.

Who are ideal candidates?

If you lost your teeth because of decay or mouth injury, then you could be an ideal candidate for this treatment. Injured or fractured teeth could be restored through mouth reconstruction also.

Patients with badly worn teeth because of acid reflux or tooth grinding may undergo this procedure. They could also undergo mouth reconstruction if they have ongoing muscle and jaw pain.

The only way to know if you’re an ideal candidate for this procedure is to visit your dentist for a proper and thorough dental evaluation.

How to evaluate your condition?

Your dentist at Aloha Dental will perform a thorough evaluation. The right restorative procedure will depend on your teeth’s condition and options available to best remedy your needs.

You may have crowded teeth, dental trauma or wear facets. Addressing these issues is a must, in order to prevent further dental problems from occurring and to improve your oral health.

Your dentist will also evaluate your gums to determine if you have periodontal disease. Some dental procedures can restore gums while promoting bone growth and preventing tooth loss.

Suffering from malocclusion can cause pain when closing your mouth or chewing. It can also result in teeth destruction and wear.

You may use braces to correct malocclusion before any full mouth reconstruction. Your dentist may also suggest TMJ therapy to restore your bite to its optimal position.

Full mouth reconstruction can accomplish several dental goals. Although it can restore the full function of your teeth and mouth, it also gives you the chance to wear a smile you’ve always dreamed of.

The success and outcome of a full mouth reconstruction procedure is dictated by the dentist that performs the procedures, only an experienced cosmetic dentist can perform this procedure and deliver excellent results. At Aloha Dental, our cosmetic dentists blend effective dental technologies with aesthetics.

They consider your teeth’s size, shape, color, and proportion and determine how they can appear best in relation to your mouth, lips, and gums, as well as the shape of your face.

With modern advancement in dentistry, dentists at Aloha Dental can give their patients durable and functional treatment that can make the patients look gorgeous.

Begin restoring your healthy smile today by scheduling an appointment with one of our cosmetic dentists