A full mouth reconstruction frequently entails a general and/or cosmetic dentist doing several treatments in a patient's mouth to make it seem ideal while still functioning normally. Dental bridges, dental crowns, fillings, dental implants, tooth extractions, veneers, and other procedures were frequently used in these procedures. In addition to dental operations, a full mouth reconstruction is performed to repair and preserve the patient's gums, ensuring total oral health in all aspects. Our dentists at Woodruff Family Dental will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that includes only the procedures required to restore the health and appearance of your smile.
What Conditions May a Full Mouth Reconstruction Treat?
To repair complex dental disorders, full mouth reconstruction employs a combination of restorative, implant, and aesthetic dentistry techniques. The following conditions may necessitate full-mouth reconstruction:
- Several missing teeth
- Several badly damaged teeth as a result of dental caries (decay)
- Periodontal (gum) disease has caused multiple loose teeth.
- Several teeth that have been shattered, cracked, or fractured
- Severely worn teeth caused by tooth grinding (bruxism) and/or tooth erosion, frequently accompanying aberrant bite modifications
- Bite difficulties can cause jaw, muscular, and/or headache pain.
Who Is a Suitable Candidate for Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Numerous criteria could make you a good candidate for full mouth reconstruction.
If you have gingivitis or periodontal disease, in which your gums have become infected, FMR may be beneficial.
If you have been in an accident that has caused mouth damage and/or tooth loss, you may benefit from FMR.
If your teeth have become severely worn down, FMR may be beneficial.
If you have jaw pain or headaches as a result of jaw misalignment (malocclusion), you may benefit from FMR.
The Benefits of a Full Mouth Reconstruction
There are numerous advantages to having a full mouth reconstruction.
- It has the potential to reduce the increased risk of oral infections linked with tooth loss and significant tooth damage.
- If you have any present oral health issues, such as tooth decay or gum disease, this surgery can fully eliminate them. After reconstruction, you will be able to enjoy a robust and healthy smile knowing that any nagging oral infections are no longer present.
- If you have TMJ problems, a complete mouth reconstruction may be the ideal solution for your bite and jaw problems.
To learn more about full mouth reconstructions in Jonesboro, Arkansas, or to schedule a consultation, please call 870-972-8190 or visit us at 2800 Enterprise Cv, Jonesboro, AR 72401.