It’s Never Too Late for a Great Smile
Injury, disease, and neglect can take a toll on your teeth and your mouth – and all too often, poor dental care or the lack of dental care can let problems get to the point where recovery seems impossible. Decayed, broken, or missing teeth, gum disease, accidents, misaligned teeth – any or all of these may have resulted in wide-ranging problems that seem to be beyond repair.
Fortunately, the professionals at Comfort Dental can help. We are one of very few dental offices with the depth of knowledge, experience, and technological advancement to successfully treat virtually all types of dental issues. That’s why we are your first choice when it comes to full mouth reconstruction. No matter what your current condition may be, we can develop a comprehensive, effective treatment plan that results in better health, a better smile—and a better life.
What Is Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Full Mouth Reconstruction refers to the complete set of procedures needed to address multiple problems or conditions affecting virtually the entirety of your mouth: Teeth, gums, bone, and jaws. Typically, this involves rebuilding or restoring all or virtually all of the teeth in your upper and lower jaws.
Full Mouth Reconstruction may be required as a result of one or more of several factors:
- Accident or injury
- Prolonged dental neglect
- Failure of prior dental procedures
- Severe infection
- Badly worn teeth as a result of grinding, acid reflux, or long-term erosion
Full Mouth Reconstruction is different than a simple “mouth makeover”: While cosmetic concerns certainly are a factor for consideration, they are not the primary purpose of treatment. Instead, Full Mouth Reconstruction is intended to provide you with fully-functional, optimally healthy restored dentition that looks, feels, and behaves as closely as possible to perfectly healthy natural teeth.
What Treatments Are Used in Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Every patient and every circumstance is different. Your particular needs are yours alone, and require careful and attentive assessment. Generally speaking, however, Full Mouth Reconstruction involves a long-term program of ongoing treatment requiring repeated office visits. Depending on your needs, treatments may include:
- Scaling and planning to address periodontal (gum) issues
- Fillings or crowns
- Dental implants
- Bone or soft tissue grafts
- Orthodontic treatment
In cases where TMJ is a significant issue, Orthognathic surgery may also be required to properly position the jaw.
At each stage of Full Mouth Reconstruction treatment, it is important that the practitioner or practitioners coordinate their procedures with all other procedures to be performed. This is necessary in order to provide the most efficient, comfortable service possible, as well as to ensure that differing treatments do not interfere with each other or cause complications. Since Comfort Dental addresses all aspects of dental care and provides all reconstructive services ourselves, you can be assured that your treatment will be perfectly coordinated for an optimal outcome.
It’s never too late to improve your dental health and improve your smile – and there’s no better time to get started than now. With a fully restored mouth from Comfort Dental, you’ll look better, feel better, and enjoy improved dental and overall physical health for years to come. Take your first steps today for better teeth and a better life: Contact us to arrange for an examination and consultation.