Full-mouth restoration, full-mouth rehabilitation, and full-mouth reconstruction are all names for the process of rebuilding or restoring all of the teeth in the upper and lower jaws at the same time. Your dentist, who has years of experience dealing with full-mouth restoration materials and methods, will create a plan that meets all of your needs and gives you a flawless smile, an ideal bite, and optimal function.
You may be a candidate for full-mouth reconstruction if:
- You have lost most or all of your teeth due to decay or trauma
- A large number of your teeth are damaged or fractured
- Your teeth are severely worn due to long-term acid erosion (from foods, beverages, or acid reflux)
- You have ongoing jaw, muscle, or headache pain related to your bite
The extent of your reconstruction will depend on the condition of your teeth. Your dentist may recommend crowns, bridges, veneers, or implants to restore your smile to its best possible condition. They will also assess the state of your gum tissue because your gum health plays a part in determining the types of restorations you receive.
A full-mouth restoration is considered a comprehensive treatment. Performing a restoration of this scale requires a lot of experience. Our team has the skill and experience to correct orthodontic problems, congenital tooth defects, and even years of neglect and wear. While the initial aesthetic improvements are noticeable right away, that does not mean your smile makeover is complete.