Whether it’s due to accident, disease, previous addiction issues, or any of a myriad of other reasons, some people require much more than merely a filling or crown to resolve their dental issues. For those patients, dentists have coined the term “full mouth reconstruction.” That may sound dramatic, but a full mouth reconstruction is simply a collection of dental procedures performed to dramatically enhance a person’s smile, improve the patient’s oral health, and restore him or her to a fully functional set of teeth and healthy gums.
The procedures involved in full mouth reconstruction vary greatly depending on the patient’s individual needs, desires, and oral health. Typically, the plan includes a combination of cosmetic and general dentistry procedures intended to resolve whatever dental problems are present and leave the patient with a much more attractive smile. We are pleased to offer full mouth reconstruction services to our patients.
Who Needs a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
There are many reasons why a person may need a full mouth reconstruction. Some people have poor oral health due to disease, for example, or a bad reaction to medication. Others may have problems that stem from an accident, while other people may simply be dissatisfied with the appearance of their smiles and want to change them for the better. Whatever the reason may be, Drs. Abayomi and Modrall can meet with you and discuss a plan for your full mouth reconstruction – one that will be custom made to address your dental challenges and goals.
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The Process Involved in Full Mouth Reconstruction
The first step involves meeting with your dentist to form a plan. After that, she will perform a thorough examination of your teeth and gums. From that point forward, your dentist will recommend which procedures would be best and in what sequence those procedures should be performed. Because a full mouth reconstruction often involves several procedures, it normally requires numerous trips to our office and may take many weeks or months to complete the process.
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For more information about full mouth reconstruction, or to schedule an appointment with Dr. Abayomi or Dr. Modrall, call our Mansfield, TX, office today.