A full mouth reconstruction is exactly what it sounds like; it is the process of reconstructing or restoring all of your teeth to provide you with a beautiful and natural smile. It is a combination of steps to rebuild all the teeth in both the upper and lower jaw.
Who Needs a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Many people have numerous dental problems at once, taking care of which individually may cost them a fortune. This is where a full mouth reconstruction is beneficial. With this, multiple issues are taken care of all at once and cost much cheaper.
Problems like missing teeth, large fillings, tooth decay, cracked, broken, or worn out teeth due to grinding (bruxism), infections, and many more can be solved altogether. This is also beneficial for patients with inborn Ectodermal Dysplasia, Ameliogenesis, or Dentinogenesis Imperfecta.
In short, any person who is unhappy with their mouth and smile can get this done for improved appearance.
Benefits of a Full Mouth Restoration?
A complete mouth restoration involves all kinds of dental surgeons coming together to brighten your smile. Surgeons like periodontists, oral surgeons, orthodontists, and endodontists. Now, let us know what benefits it can provide:
Smile With Confidence
If you feel uncomfortable while smiling because of how your teeth look, it could hinder your confidence. Getting a full-mouth restoration can help provide you a better smile which will boost your confidence in return. Never again will you have to refrain from showing off your pearl white smile.
Replace Missing Teeth
Missing a single tooth or a couple of teeth can hamper your smile and also basic tasks like eating or talking. A full mouth reconstruction can fill the missing gap and complete your smile. They will also help in restoring your mouth’s full functionality.
Improve Every Bite
A full mouth reconstruction involves procedures that balance the jaw joints and muscles, enabling the jaw to relax most conveniently.
Consult A Dentist
If you are prey to many oral problems at once, visit a dentist and talk about it. They might suggest getting a full mouth reconstruction. If they don’t, ask for their preference on it and whether it will be better to get one.
So, are you ready to change the way you talk or smile? If yes, do contact us and share your ultimate goals so that Dr. Roshan Emam DSS can create a treatment plan for your beautiful smile. For more details or an appointment request, call us at (650) 321-0340 or visit our website. We are located at 850 Middlefield Rd. Suite 8, Palo Alto, CA 94301.