A full mouth reconstruction is a dental procedure used to restore all teeth in a patient’s mouth. This procedure can correct several dental problems, including crooked teeth, missing teeth, and cracked or broken teeth.
Dental implants, crowns, and bridges are typically used in a full mouth reconstruction. In some cases, it may also include veneers or dentures. The exact procedures used will vary from patient to patient, depending on their individual needs.
What are the reasons you might need one?
There are several reasons to consider full mouth reconstruction. The most common cause is extensive tooth decay that has left teeth beyond repair. Other reasons include:
- Severe gum disease
- Tooth infection
- Trauma to the face or mouth
- A birth defect that affects the mouth
- Cancer or other serious illness that requires radiation therapy or chemotherapy
How is the procedure done?
An entire mouth reconstruction procedure is a surgical procedure used to restore the functionality and aesthetics of the whole mouth. This procedure is usually used to address several dental issues, including tooth decay, gum disease, missing teeth, and TMJ disorder.
An entire mouth reconstruction procedure usually takes place in two stages. During the first step, any damaged or diseased teeth. The second stage involves restoring the teeth with dental implants, bridges, or dentures.
What are the benefits of having a full mouth reconstruction?
There are many benefits to having a full mouth reconstruction. One of the primary benefits is that you can improve your appearance. A full mouth reconstruction can correct crooked teeth, missing teeth, and other dental problems. It can also make your smile look more attractive.
Another benefit of full mouth reconstruction is improving your oral health. If you have many dental problems, a full mouth reconstruction can fix them all at once. This can make it easier to keep your teeth healthy and reduce your risk of developing cavities and other dental problems.
Are there any risks associated with the procedure?
While the procedure is relatively safe, there are risks associated with any dental procedure. Some risks include:
- Nerve damage
- Reaction to anesthesia
- Temporomandibular joint dysfunction
- Tooth loss
Trust Adler Dentistry
A full mouth reconstruction can be a life-changing procedure. If you are thinking of getting one done, choose Adler Dentistry. With over 30 years in private practice, we are more than happy to make your dental dreams come true. Our office is located in Boulder, CO, and can be reached at 303-449-1119. We offer a wide range of services, from teeth whitening to full mouth reconstructions. We are committed to providing quality dental care to our patients.