Posted by ALENCAR FAMILY DENTISTRY on Sep 11 2022, 12:15 AM
Full mouth reconstruction is a comprehensive treatment process that addresses several oral health issues at once. Typically, full mouth reconstruction patients are those who have severe dental decay and damage, are missing teeth, have severe gum disease, or all of the above. Our dentist in Chesapeake uses a combination of restorative dentistry procedures to restore oral health.
Full Mouth Reconstruction can treat a variety of conditions. For instance, you may suffer from:
Full Mouth Reconstruction addresses multiple concerns at once. For example, if you have teeth that are very worn from grinding, we may recommend dental crowns. If missing teeth are the problem, we may recommend dental implants. We may also recommend orthodontics to straighten your teeth and restore your bite.
Full mouth reconstruction uses a combination of restorative and cosmetic dental treatments. Restorative treatments typically include replacing missing teeth with dental implants, bridges, or dentures, while cosmetic dentistry includes whitening, bonding, and cosmetic veneers.
Full mouth reconstruction is designed to fix functional and aesthetic problems. Patients with overlapping or crooked teeth or who struggle with jaw pain due to TMJ can benefit from full mouth reconstruction.
If you’re considering full mouth reconstruction, you’re probably dealing with several missing teeth, decayed or damaged teeth, and poorly fitting dentures. In short, you’re unhappy with your smile and don’t like the way it feels or functions.
Full mouth reconstruction can rebuild a smile worn or damaged over time. It can also restore your mouth to a state where chewing, speaking, and smiling is easy and comfortable.
Full mouth reconstruction is custom-tailored for each patient. Rather than relying on a “one-size-fits-all” approach, a full range of options can be customized to meet your needs.
Full Mouth Reconstruction is a method of treatment designed to help a patient rebuild the form and function of their smile. The goal is for your smile to look as natural as possible.
Full Mouth Reconstruction is performed over a series of appointments. Each appointment will be dedicated to a specific part of the procedure. While the length of the procedure will vary by patient, you can expect that Full Mouth Reconstruction will take anywhere from 2 to 4 months to complete.
The professionals at Alencar Family Dentistry provide ways to maintain Full Mouth Reconstruction. We are located at 711 Greenbrier Pkwy Suite 101, Chesapeake, VA 23320. Contact us at (757) 546-0301 or visit our website for more information.
711 Greenbrier Pkwy Suite 101, Chesapeake, VA 23320
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Phone: (757) 546-0301