Full Mouth Reconstruction
Full mouth reconstruction refers to the process of completely restoring all the teeth in your mouth. Full mouth reconstruction, unlike a “smile makeover;’ is a necessary series of procedures that restores function and esthetics.
Full mouth reconstruction is needed when: teeth have been lost, teeth have been injured or fractured, teeth have become worn as a result of acid-erosion or other chemical processes like GERD or Bulimia.
PROCEDURES INVOLVED IN
FULL MOUTH RECONSTRUCTION:
- Teeth Cleaning (prophylaxis)
- Crown lengthening to repair tooth structure for possible crowns or bridges
- Contouring of the gum tissue
- Reduction of natural tooth structure to prepare for crowns, bridges, and veneers
- Placement of temporary restorations to get you used to your new teeth or bite adjustment
- Placement of permanent restorations such as crowns, veneers, inlays/onlays, or bridges
- Braces to move teeth into the ideal position for reconstruction
- Bone or soft tissue grafting to increase the stability of your teeth or implants