Full mouth reconstruction refers to the process of restoring the functions and appearance of your mouth using multiple procedures. It is also called full mouth rehabilitation or full mouth restoration. The treatment plan includes various restorative dental procedures that our dentist incorporates to address your concerns and improve your smile.
Who May Need the Procedure?
- Full mouth reconstruction is performed to restore the teeth lost because of trauma or decay.
- You may need multiple procedures under full mouth reconstruction for your injured or fractured teeth.
- It is also recommended in case of severely worn-out teeth due to long-term acid erosion caused by acidic food and beverages.
- If you have ongoing pain in your jaw, muscles, or head, full mouth construction may be performed to adjust your bite after the dental examination.
Before the Treatment
Upon a visit to our dental clinic, our dentist will examine your mouth by taking records such as photographs, X-rays, and impressions of your upper and lower teeth. We will also take into account models of your teeth and bite made using digital impressions. After obtaining relevant information through these records, we will prepare a comprehensive step-by-step treatment plan to fix all these concerns and restore your teeth.
What Does the Treatment Plan Include?
Once your case is well-examined by our dentist, they will perform multiple dental restorative procedures to solve your problem. Here are the common procedures performed under full mouth reconstruction:
- Bone grafting to strengthen your jaw bone so that we can place a dental implant.
- Orthodontics to shift your teeth to the required positions to obtain an optimal appearance. It may include traditional metal braces, ceramic braces, Invisalign, etc.
- Dental veneers to make your smile more appealing by reshaping, resizing, whitening, and closing the gaps between your teeth.
- Dental implants to replace missing or extracted teeth so that you do not develop jawbone problems in the future.
- Dental crowns to strengthen your root-canal-treated teeth. This procedure is also performed to cover your badly-stained yellow teeth or reshape your cracked or chipped teeth.
- Gum contouring to address a gummy smile and enhance its appearance.
- An orthographic surgery in extreme cases to reposition your jaw such that it improves the functions and aesthetics of your smile.
- Professional deep cleaning to remove the excess build-up of plaque, tartar, and other substances from your teeth and to maintain both your gums and teeth.
Please reach out to our dental practice in Pasadena, TX, to have a consultation with our dentist, Dr. Sprott. Please call us at (281) 991-6530 or schedule an online consultation, and we’ll guide you further.