Full Mouth Reconstruction

Full mouth reconstruction refers to the process of rebuilding and restoring all of the teeth in a patient’s mouth. It can be used to repair teeth that have been severely damaged or decayed, as well as improve the overall appearance and function of the smile.

Reasons for Full Mouth Reconstruction

There are many reasons for full mouth reconstruction, including:

- Unhealthy or missing teeth

- Discolored or misshapen teeth

- Uneven bite (malocclusion)

- Unhealthy gums

- Broken or severely worn-down teeth

- Temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD)

What Is Involved in the Reconstruction of My Smile?

Full mouth reconstruction is a complex dental procedure, usually involving a combination of restorative dental procedures. Because full mouth reconstruction procedures are extensive, patients typically need to undergo multiple visits to complete their treatment. Here are the steps involved in the full mouth reconstruction process, as recommended by the dentist.

1. Consultation and Examination

During your first visit, our dentist will perform a comprehensive evaluation of your dental health. This includes an oral exam, which involves a visual examination of your teeth, gums, and mouth, as well as an oral cancer screening. Our dentist could also take X-rays of your teeth and jaw, which allow for a detailed look at the roots of your teeth and the surrounding bone. This enables our dentist to evaluate your overall dental health, including how well your teeth are functioning and whether there is any risk of bone loss.

During your consultation, our dentist will discuss your diagnosis and educate you on your options in full mouth reconstruction. He or she will also be able to answer any questions you may have about the procedure.

2. Treatment Planning

Once our dentist has evaluated your dental health, he or she will develop a treatment plan. This plan will involve a combination of restorative dental procedures and cosmetic dental procedures in order to address your dental issues. Our dentist may also recommend procedures that are not specifically related to full mouth reconstruction, such as orthodontics.

3. Restorative Dental Procedures

Restorative dental procedures are used to restore your teeth to a healthy, functional state. These procedures can include dental fillings, dental crowns, dental implants, and bridgework.

Phoenix Family Dentistry, located in Phoenix, AZ, has the best dentists and is equipped with modern technologies that enable the best dental care services for our patients. To know more about full mouth reconstruction, call us at (602) 755-6684 and schedule an appointment with our dentist.


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