Full-mouth reconstruction combines science with aesthetics to improve the health, function, and beauty of the mouth. Due to the scope of the procedure, full-mouth reconstruction requires many trips to the dentist and extensive planning.
You may be a candidate for full-mouth reconstruction if you have:
- Missing teeth due to decay or trauma
- Multiple broken or chipped teeth
- Severely worn teeth due to long-term acid erosion or tooth grinding
- Ongoing jaw, muscle, or headache pain related to your oral health
In addition to giving you a healthier, happier smile, full-mouth reconstruction can alleviate dental-related issues such as headaches, jaw soreness, neck pain, TMJ dysfunction, and numbness.
What can a full-mouth reconstruction do for me?A full-mouth reconstruction can improve almost every aspect of your oral health, all in the same procedure. We will work with you to design an effective, multi-dimensional treatment plan that addresses your oral health as a whole. Each patient is unique, which means that no two full-mouth reconstructions are ever the same. Treatments done in a full-mouth reconstruction may include periodontal and root canal therapy, bone grafts, dental implants, removable dentures, dental bridges or porcelain veneers.
If you’re ready to have a smile you can feel confident in, call our office schedule an appointment with Dr. Tang to discuss if full-mouth reconstruction may be right for you.