Full Mouth Reconstruction
Sometimes, the condition of your natural teeth is such that you need more than just routine maintenance. When you have significant damage, the best option to restore your oral health may be full mouth reconstruction.
What is Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Also called full mouth rehabilitation, full mouth rejuvenation, or full mouth restoration, full mouth reconstruction refers to several different treatments that are used to correct significant damage or serious problems involving the teeth, gums, or jaw.
Full mouth restorations are tailored to the unique oral healthcare needs of each individual patient.However, there are some steps that are followed in every case.
Every patient is given a through initial exam to determine their current oral health condition. At Pierce Aesthetics, your dentist will take a closer look at your:
- Jaw muscles
- Temporomandibular joints
Your dental health will be evaluated for comfort, function, and overall appearance. Your dentist will not only determine how to correct any current problems, but also look to prevent any potential future issues by making corrections today.
Some of the full of mouth reconstruction treatments offered by Pierce Aesthetics of Newport Beach include:
- Dental crowns
- Dental bridges
- Gum recontouring
- Root canals
- Bruxism treatment to resolve damaging teeth grinding
- Porcelain veneers
- Orthodontic treatment
- Dental bonding
- TMJ services
- Teeth whitening
- Tissue grafting
What Does Full Mouth Reconstruction Treat?
There are many oral health conditions that may create a need for full mouth reconstruction:
- Severe tooth decay
- Extremely-worn teeth, typically due to teeth grinding, acid reflux, or an acidic diet
- Broken or cracked teeth due to accident or injury
- Missing teeth
- Misalignment of bite, resulting in chronic jaw pain, headache, or facial pain
Full Mouth Reconstruction Prior to Dental Implants
Full mouth rehabilitation is often a necessary first step toward placing dental implants.Full mouth restoration helps in ensuring the successful placement of your dental implants by improving your overall oral health. In fact, if your mouth is not completely healthy, your dental implants may even fail, severely affecting your health, comfort, and safety.
Your Pierce Aesthetics dentist is highly-trained and experienced, and, after a complete examination and evaluation, they will know which full mouth reconstruction procedures – if any—are needed to restore your complete oral health.
To schedule that evaluation and to discuss your options, click here.