Full Mouth Reconstruction

If you have very oral health is very poor, if you are missing teeth or have a great deal of missing teeth, a full mouth reconstruction may be necessary. A full mouth reconstruction will not only improve the appearance of your teeth, it also restores the function of the gums, jaw, and the supporting structure of the mouth. It is a combination of several different procedures

WHO SHOULD CONSIDER FULL MOUTH RECONSTRUCTION?

There are several reasons why a person should have a full mouth reconstruction.

Some of these reasons are:

  • Several worn down teeth
  • Several chipped or broken teeth
  • Missing teeth
  • Chronic jaw pain
  • Clicking or popping of the jaw
  • Frequent headaches
  • Back pain
  • Muscle tenderness

TREATMENTS INVOLVED IN A FULL MOUTH RECONSTRUCTION

When a person has a dental reconstruction, the dentist will evaluate the teeth, gums, and jaw. They will then see which procedures are needed to correct the problems. Your dentist will recommend the following procedures. Not all patients need every treatment. The necessary treatments depend on the patient’s condition.

Tooth filling and root canal: If you have tooth decay to one or more teeth, it causes a cavity. In order to save the tooth, the cavity would need to be filled. If the decay of the tooth is very extensive, a root canal may be necessary.

Mouth guard or night guard: If you tend to grind your teeth while sleeping, you dentist will recommend a night guard to prevent further damaging your teeth.

Veneers: Veneers are very thin caps, which are permanently affixed over your existing teeth to make them look more attractive. When you have veneers, you need to keep them forever. This is because the dentist will file your teeth down so that the veneers fit perfectly, and your teeth do not look too large when the veneers are placed.

Dental crown: A dental crown is placed on a tooth which is chipped. They are also used on the tooth following a root canal.

Dental implants: Dental implants are a great way to replace a missing tooth. They are very convenient, as they are attached into the root and never need to be removed. Dental implants are filed and colored to match your existing teeth.

Teeth whitening: Caffeine, wine, and cigarette smoking are just a few of the many things which can cause your teeth to become discolored. To fix this problem, and make your smile white again, the dentist will whiten your teeth.

Dental braces: Dental braces are used if you have an overbite, underbite, or if you have gaps between your teeth.

Scaling and root planing: Over time, dental plaque can get beneath the gum line, forming pockets between the teeth and gums. This can cause gum disease. Over time, dental calculus fills the pockets and your gums, and needs to be removed. Once the calculus has been removed, the area is scraped. When the area is scraped, it leaves a jagged appearance. This is when planing is done. Planing is done to smooth the tooth’s root.

Dental bonding: Dental bonding is used to repair chipped, broken, or discolored teeth.

WHERE TO BEGIN

When you have seen the dentist, and you both decide that a full mouth reconstruction would be beneficial, the dentist will give you a full examination to determine which procedures are necessary. Next, he will set up the treatment in phases, and will come up with a time frame for each of the procedures.

A full mouth reconstruction can make you feel better about yourself and make any pain and discomfort end. If your looking for a qualified dentist that has worked on many cases you can feel assured that Dr Yakubov is the dentist to consult with and discuss your options so you can have a perfect smile that comes with a comfortable bite. Schedule your free consultation with us to see how we can help and show you other cases similar to yours that we have worked on. Read our reviews so u can have an idea who Dr Yakubov is and how he’s helped many of his patients achieve their goals with quality dental work.