27 Sep Helpful Information About Full Mouth Reconstruction
Is your mouth dominating your time and energy due to multiple dental issues? Are you living with toothaches, gum pain or a smile you’re embarrassed to show? If you’re experiencing these or other similar troubles, this blog post will explain how you can tackle your issues and put them behind you once and for all.
The best way to resolve multiple dental issues is with full mouth reconstruction. Let’s take a closer look at what it entails.
Full mouth reconstruction is a procedure, or series of procedures, which restores healthy functioning to someone’s mouth and teeth. If you have missing teeth, unhealthy gums or other complications in your mouth, full mouth reconstruction (FMR) may be the holistic treatment for you. It’s important to note that FMR is not purely an aesthetic treatment, and is meant for people with medical issues affecting the mouth. If you are interested in cosmetic dental surgery, feel free to read more here. That being said, cosmetic fixes, such as teeth whitening can be part of a larger full mouth reconstruction treatment. Read more at Kate Brayman DDS…
It is worth repeating that full mouth reconstruction is not simply a cosmetic procedure. Its purpose is to correct a myriad of dental challenges. Successful treatment for multiple issues requires a skilled dentist, such as Dr. Robert Harrell at Adult Dentistry of Ballantyne.
If you’re unclear whether you’re dental issues warrant comprehensive care, this post examines the conditions that make full mouth reconstruction advisable
There are many reasons why a patient may need a full mouth reconstruction. The most common reason we see is simply extensive damage, decay, and tooth loss. When dental problems are severe and present throughout the entire mouth, reconstruction is usually needed.
Patients who have had oral cancer also often need full mouth reconstruction to restore their abilities to speak, chew, and swallow. A skilled team of professionals can address structural issues within the jaw, tooth loss, and other changes to the mouth as a result of cancer treatment. Patients with other conditions and birth defects may also be candidates for full mouth reconstruction. Read more at West 10th Dental…
The question you might have now is how long will full mouth reconstruction take? Every case is unique but the dentist will be able to give you a good basic timeline. The following post will tell you more about what you can expect.
Full Reconstruction Treatment Plan
An initial consultation appointment with a dentist must first be made so they can create a proper dental treatment plan. The dentist will need to decide on the first treatment option, which will be based on the types of treatments the patient will need. A full reconstruction treatment plan may involve pulling teeth, replacing teeth, using dental bridges, using dental implants or dentures or even using teeth whitening procedures.
Rebuilding and Repairing
The full construction of the mouth focuses on rebuilding and repairing the mouth so it can once again be healthy. Because the construction process can take many months to complete, some dental patients wonder if it would be better if they just got dentures instead of repairing natural teeth. While dentures are indeed beneficial for some dental patients, when the option to save natural teeth is available, this is often the best path to take. Natural teeth were meant to last a lifetime, and with a little dental assistance, that can still be possible. Read more at Beltran Dental Surgery…
If you’re ready to put your dental problems behind you with full mouth reconstruction, you need to work with a dentist who has the experience and the skills to do a great job. Dr. Harrell is the ideal choice on both accounts. He will make sure that you get excellent full mouth reconstruction services at Adult Dentistry of Ballantyne. Call our office today at 704-541-9888 to schedule an exam appointment.