Full Mouth Reconstruction

The complete restoration of the mouth, known as full mouth reconstruction, involves the comprehensive process of restoring all the teeth in the oral cavity. Unlike a simple "smile makeover," this process is not merely cosmetic but a series of interventions necessary for oral health.

The need for a full mouth reconstruction arises in several cases:

Loss of teeth.
Dental injuries or fractures.
Dental wear due to acid erosion.
Presence of jaw pain due to bite problems.

The procedures required for full mouth reconstruction vary depending on the individual needs of each patient. Generally, these procedures require multiple visits to the office and a proper recovery period. Your dentist will assess which procedures or combination of them are necessary to restore your smile. If necessary, they may also refer you to other dental specialists.

Among the available options are:

Dental cleaning.
Crown lengthening to facilitate the placement of crowns or bridges.
Orthognathic surgery to adjust the position of the jaw.
Gum tissue contouring.
Reduction of natural tooth structure to prepare for crowns, bridges, and veneers.
Placement of temporary restorations to accommodate new teeth or adjust the bite.
Installation of permanent restorations such as crowns, veneers, inlays/onlays, or bridges.
Use of braces to align teeth in preparation for reconstruction.
Bone or soft tissue grafting to improve the stability of teeth or implants.

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