Full mouth reconstruction is a treatment that repairs and restores the health and function of the entire mouth. The elements of a full mouth reconstruction will vary from one patient to another, depending on the patient’s needs and oral health goals. At our dental practice, we offer a wide range of services to meet every patient’s unique needs.
Whether you want to replace failing teeth with dental implants or you want to create a beautiful smile makeover, we can help! Our dentist will talk to you about your goals for your smile, including what you’d like to improve and how you’d like to change the appearance of your teeth. Then, we can work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that will help you achieve those goals.
What Problems Can a Full Mouth Reconstruction Solve?
Full mouth reconstruction is a customized treatment plan that uses restorative and cosmetic dentistry to address a wide range of oral health issues, from tooth decay to misalignments. By correcting these problems, we can restore your oral health and give you a smile that looks and feels great.
A full mouth reconstruction can address a wide variety of issues. Some of the most common include:
- Chipped or cracked teeth
- Discolored teeth due to smoking or aging
- Missing or severely damaged teeth
- Crooked teeth
- Teeth that have become worn down because of bruxism, grinding your teeth while you sleep
- Gaps between your teeth that are unattractive and difficult to clean
What Can I Expect From a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
After we develop your custom treatment plan, we’ll begin with the most conservative treatments possible. For example, if your teeth are mildly discolored, then we might start with a professional teeth whitening treatment. If your teeth are badly chipped or cracked, then we will probably use bonding or porcelain veneers. We will likely use our most intensive treatment option last. This way, you’ll be able to get the results you want without undergoing invasive and costly treatments right away.
Once we’ve restored your smile, our dentist may recommend some at-home care to keep your smile looking great for years to come. We can also create custom night guards for you to wear during sleep to prevent damage to your newly restored teeth.
When discussing teeth replacement during a full mouth reconstruction, we offer two different options to patients at our clinic: removable dentures or fixed implant-supported restorations. Removable partial dentures are a great choice for some patients because they’re non-invasive, cost-effective, and comfortable. However, this option also has some downsides.
Fixed implant-supported restorations are a permanent solution to tooth loss that can improve self-confidence and quality of life. Patients love the way implant-supported replacements look and are thrilled with how well they function.
To find out more about the dental services offered at our dental practice, call (303) 427-4552 or schedule a consultation online. You can also visit us at 7475 Dakin St #335, Denver 80221.