If you’re in doubt about whether you need full mouth restoration or not, let’s take a look at some of the causes for which you may need this procedure:
Common issues such as cracked or decaying teeth, missing teeth, and misaligned teeth are good reasons to get a full mouth restoration. Also, those born with conditions such as Amelogenesis, Ectodermal Dysplasias, Dentinogenesis Imperfecta, or other disorders of tooth development will likely undergo extensive full mouth restoration in their lifetime.
Other reasons for needing a full mouth restoration include dental or facial pain, gum disease, dental trauma, periodontal disease, root canal issues, and stained teeth, to name a few.
Now that you’ve decided you’re going for the full mouth restoration, your dentist will start by doing an examination of all of the possible areas that may need work. This may include x-rays, photographs, impressions, and other dental technology.
As you may imagine, full mouth restorations can take a very long time, as they involve multiple different procedures. The duration of the complete process will depend upon your individual case, including how severe your problems are and what treatments you will be undergoing. The good news is, thanks to modern anesthetics and technology, you won’t experience any pain during the procedures!