Full Mouth Reconstruction
The human mouth is made-up of an abundance of tissues, which are both soft and hard. The soft tissues are the gums, tongue, inner cheeks, and lips. The hard tissues are the teeth and the jawbone. The mouth also contains many connective tissues, which function by holding several structures, nerves, and cells together. A healthy mouth that functions properly has all of the tissues and systems working together. If the tissues and systems do not work together, then it will have an impact on an individual’s oral health.
Full Mouth Reconstruction
Qualified dental professionals can perform procedures that will replace mission teeth, fix damaged teeth, repair gum damage, and more. Although each of these procedures can be performed individually, full mouth reconstruction may be required if many oral health problems are present. Full mouth reconstruction, which is also known as full mouth restoration, includes the following restorative dental treatments.
Restorative Dental Treatments
Restorative dental treatments include:
Correction of problems with the temporomandibular joints (TMJ)
Correction of problems with the bite
Therapy to stop grinding of the teeth
Traditional metal braces
Root canal therapy
Soft tissue grafting
Who are Suitable Candidates for Full Mouth Reconstruction?
If an individual has many oral health conditions that affects a majority of or all of the teeth as well as hard and soft tissues, then he or she may be an ideal candidate for full mouth reconstruction. Furthermore, individuals who will need complex oral surgery will need to be in good health to have local or general anesthesia administered.
What is the Cost of Full Mouth Reconstruction?
With full mouth reconstruction, the cost will vary because the combination of the dental procedures that will be performed will be based on each individual.
How Will a Treatment Plan be Determined?
When a dental professional has examined an individual’s case, which includes dental and health records and x-ray images, he or she will meet with the patient and present him or her with a treatment plan. In many cases, a patient will have several options for treatment.
what are the Advantages of Full Mouth Reconstruction?
When a patient has full mouth reconstruction, he or she will have improved confidence, comfort, and a healthy mouth. An individual with improved self-confidence will have an easier time functioning in social and work situations.
Full mouth reconstruction will drastically improve an individual’s oral health. Full mouth reconstruction is used to treat periodontal disease, tooth decay, bacteria, tartar, and plaque. The American Dental Association reported that simply straightening teeth can improve oral health because it will make it easier to maintain oral hygiene.
Another advantage to full mouth reconstruction is that it will reduce or eliminate pain that is a cause of poor oral health, which will improve an individual’s overall quality of life. An individual who has an improperly aligned bite, grinds his or her teeth, and has TMJ will have less headaches, back, shoulder, neck, and head pain that is associated with these conditions. Furthermore, when an individual has missing teeth, it can be painful to eat certain foods. Full mouth reconstruction can help an individual chew food easier, which will aid in digestion.
How Long Does a Full Mouth Reconstruction Last?
There are many factors that will have an influence on the longevity of full mouth reconstruction. Some factors that will determine how long a full mouth construction will last includes the following factors:
An individual’s overall health
How well an individual maintains proper oral hygiene
Dental materials that were used during the procedure
Following the instructions of the dentist
If you have multiple oral problems it probably has a huge impact on your life, but it doesn’t have to. If you want to know more about full mouth reconstruction, get in touch with us to see if you are an ideal candidate for the procedure.