Full-Mouth Reconstruction

Primarily reserved for patients who have experienced some form of trauma to the mouth or neglected their oral health, full-mouth reconstruction can dramatically improve your smile. Also known as full-mouth rehabilitation, this type of treatment can involve multiple procedures to aid a damaged jaw, replace missing teeth, and more.

Full Mouth Reconstruction

What Is Involved in Full-Mouth Reconstruction?

Depending on the level of restoration needed, our Washington, MI, dentist may recommend you undergo more than one procedure. Of course, a thorough dental examination will be performed first to determine all that is needed.

We will evaluate the condition of your teeth, gums, temporomandibular joints (TMJ), jaw muscles, and bite to get a better sense of possible treatments. The final aesthetic look will also be considered.

Every patient is different, but typical procedures recommended for a full-mouth reconstruction can include:

Why It’s Different Than a Smile Makeover

When you hear both terms, it’s easy to think they’re the same thing and use the procedures interchangeably. However, a full-mouth reconstruction differs from a smile makeover in that it is restorative and pursued only because it is something a patient truly needs.

A smile makeover, on the other hand, is chosen for cosmetic purposes and not medically necessary. Procedures often included in a smile makeover are:

There may be overlap between the two types of treatments in that a patient can undergo full-mouth reconstruction to provide long-term stability of future smile makeover procedures.

Make An Appointment

Rebuilding your smile is possible thanks to full-mouth reconstruction and Dr. Young’s expertise. If you have lost your confidence when it comes to showing your teeth either due to severe gum disease or injury, our dentist in Washington, MI, can help. Call Romeo Family Dentistry at (586) 752-3589 or request an appointment online today.

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