Full Mouth Reconstruction
When a patient needs more than just a regular visit or simple procedure, their condition may qualify for full mouth reconstruction. At Desert Dental Alternatives, you can find trusted, experienced dentists that can help you achieve your smile goals. Patients may consider undergoing full mouth reconstruction as a restorative measure, for general dentistry, or cosmetic reasons. Our dental experts can work with you to create a path toward a brand-new smile.
Desert Dental Alternatives provides multiple dental services so you can count on us for your dental needs. From oral surgery to general dentistry, our dentists have your smile covered and can help you confidently make informed decisions about your dental care.
What Is Full Mouth Reconstruction?
The process of full mouth reconstruction involves combining multiple dental procedures to correct a combination of oral health issues. Our goal is to rehabilitate the function and appearance of the smile, so each patient is confident in the outcome. The procedures and dentistry of full mouth reconstruction are personalized based on the needs, preferences, and budget of each patient.
There are several procedural options within the scope of full mouth reconstruction, including:
- Dental implants
- Oral surgery
- Gum restoration and contouring
- Deep cleaning
What Qualifies a Patient for Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Full mouth reconstruction is considered for patients who have dental problems throughout their mouth, including multiple missing teeth, numerous teeth with failing or decaying fillings, or cracked, broken, or damaged teeth.
Causes for dental issues that warrant a full mouth reconstruction may include:
- Gum disease
- Severe teeth grinding
- Severe acid reflux
- Loss of bone density
Some patients who qualify for this process are born with dental disorders and oral health conditions. Health and dental conditions that may constitute the need for full mouth restoration include:
- Dentinogenesis Imperfecta: This is a disorder of tooth development causing teeth to be translucent or discolored, combined with tooth weakness.
- Amelogenesis Imperfecta: With this disorder, teeth are unusually small, discolored, pitted, and break easily.
- Ectodermal Dysplasia: This is a group of disorders wherein 2 or more ectodermal-derived structures develop abnormally. These structures include teeth, skin, sweat glands, hair, nails, and mucous membranes. It manifests dentally with conical or peg-like teeth, hypodontia, complete anodontia, and delayed breakthrough of permanent teeth. In addition, the disorder may include decreased saliva causing dry mouth, which can lead to tooth decay.
Be Confident in Your Smile with Full Mouth Restoration
We understand that the decision to move forward with full mouth reconstruction may be daunting, so we work with you to understand what will happen each step of the way. You can rely on our team to provide the best care and to answer any questions that you may have. Desert Dental Alternatives can offer you a brand new start, with a smile to lead the way.