Full Mouth Reconstruction
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If both your upper and lower jaw were severely damaged by tooth decay, dental fractures, or trauma, a full mouth reconstruction may be necessary to rebuild and restore your teeth.
Your full mouth reconstruction will begin with an evaluation of the following:
- Teeth: Different damage or decay may call for a different restoration method.
- Gum health: Gum disease must be treated to ensure the reconstruction is built on a healthy foundation.
- Jaw joints and muscles: Your bite should be even and painless, so if necessary, full mouth reconstruction can include jaw procedures.
- Cosmetic look: The oral surgeon or dentist will determine the natural and ideal cosmetic look for your mouth before beginning your reconstruction.
Full mouth reconstruction can include but is not limited to dental implants, jaw repositioning, bridges, crowns, and periodontics. Our goal is to restore your natural-looking, healthy smile with the necessary support and protection to ensure proper bite and alignment. Call our office today to learn more about our innovative services.