Full mouth reconstruction includes an overall assessment of the patient’s oral health and providing cosmetic and restorative treatment solutions to all the identified concerns. In a nutshell, full mouth reconstruction entirely transforms your smile and allows you to have better oral health. When you visit our dental practice, we will conduct a thorough diagnosis and suggest the best treatment plan.
What does a full-mouth reconstruction include?
Restore damaged, and decayed teeth: Broken, cracked, or chipped teeth can allow the microbes in the mouth to enter the root canal cavity. This often leads to a complicated condition that can put the tooth under risk of being extracted. We will meticulously restore such teeth using ceramic restorations such as crowns or veneers. If you wish to eliminate the surface imperfections, we can also do it using composite bonding. Decayed teeth result from excessive accumulation of tartar on the teeth, which erode the enamel and decay the underlying tissues. We use tooth-colored filling material, either made from dental-grade ceramic or composite resin, to fill cavities.
Reshape misshapen teeth: In some instances, the teeth may erupt naturally misshapen. They can be brought back to their ideal shape using various advanced techniques and by bonding ceramic restorations. The best part about dental-grade ceramic is that it can be customized to match the exact appearance of the teeth. Also, it offers excellent strength and durability, making it the go-to material to fabricate dental restorations.
Recontour gums: The gums are soft tissues that may get infected by the microbes present in the mouth. Bacteria get deposited on the teeth in the form of plaque and tartar, which release toxins while feeding on the food debris. Due to this, the gums may recede or decay, which ruins the appearance of your smile. Hence, we will remove the infected tissues and graft healthy ones in their place. A gum lift may be suggested to increase their volume without the need for surgery.
Replace missing teeth: In case your teeth are so severely damaged or decayed that they can’t be restored at all, the dentist may have to extract them to save you from pain. Once the teeth are removed, it is best to restore them by a prosthesis, such as dental implants or bridges. If you have a large number of missing teeth, we usually recommend customized dentures.
Treat malocclusion: Malocclusion is a common oral concern among patients of all age groups. It is influenced by factors such as heredity, abnormal growth of the jawbone, missing teeth, etc. We offer orthodontic treatment to correct a bad bite using appliances such as dental braces or Invisalign.
Please schedule an appointment online or call us at (408) 830-0123 to have a consultation with our dentists, and we will be happy to help.