A full mouth reconstruction is a comprehensive treatment designed for patients with severe dental issues, such as missing or broken teeth, tooth decay, infection, or gum disease. Severe dental issues can cause discomfort and pain, as well as difficulty chewing, speaking, and maintaining oral health. Patients with complex dental issues may also feel self-conscious about their appearance.
A full mouth reconstruction is personalized for each patient and includes various restorative dental procedures that improve the function and appearance of their smile. This customized treatment is designed to restore the smile to a healthy state while improving its aesthetics. At Pacific Coast Dentistry, the most common treatments we use in full mouth restorations include dental implants, dental crowns, bridges, fillings, root canal therapy, tooth extractions, and more.
Benefits of Full Mouth Reconstruction
A full mouth reconstruction allows our dentist to address several different problems that the patient may be suffering from at the same time. This treatment is personalized depending on the patient’s specific needs and includes all of the treatments and procedures that are necessary to restore oral health.
A full mouth reconstruction restores the function of the teeth and gums and makes it easier for the patient to eat and speak without pain or discomfort. It also greatly improves the appearance of the smile. With a fully restored smile, patients can once again feel confident in their appearance and their health.
What Happens During a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
We’ll review your case during your consultation and formulate a detailed treatment plan. For some patients, a full mouth reconstruction may include removing some or all of the existing teeth and restoring the mouth with dental implants and customized restorations. Others may need treatments for gum disease or restorations like crowns.
Since so many problems can be addressed through a full mouth reconstruction, you must be completely open and honest about your oral health during your consultation. This way, we can ensure all treatment options have been discussed.
If you are missing some of your natural teeth, your full mouth reconstruction will include tooth replacement solutions like dental implants or bridges. Dental implants support prosthetic teeth and prevent the jawbone from deteriorating over time. Temporary teeth are placed over the implants while the jaw heals around them. Once complete, you’ll return to our office to have your permanent crown or bridge fitted. If you are missing most of your teeth, our dentist may recommend dentures. We will work closely with you throughout treatment to ensure your comfort.
With a full mouth reconstruction, we can fully restore your smile’s health and appearance. For more information, visit Pacific Coast Dentistry at 143 Niblick Rd., Paso Robles, CA 93446, or call (805) 226-8126.