Dental Problems Treated with Full Mouth ReconstructionDental problems come in all different shapes and sizes, and it’s rare for such problems to just show up one at a time. That’s why it’s so important to meet with a skilled cosmetic dentist if you suffer from major dental health issues. By meeting with a skilled dental care specialist, you can get the exact treatment that you need when it’s needed most. One helpful combination of treatments that can work wonders for you is known as the full mouth reconstruction.

What is a full mouth reconstruction?

A full mouth reconstruction refers to a combination of restorative procedures that are designed to improve a person’s overall dental wellness. This combination of treatments addresses various dental health problems and improves overall function and beauty of a person’s smile.

Customized Restorative Dental Care

It’s important that each of the full mouth reconstructions we perform is carefully tailored to the meet the needs of the patient. Our cosmetic and restorative dentists will work closely with patients to make sure that all of their dental health needs are met.

Below are some of the common dental health problems that a full mouth reconstruction can address.

Full Mouth Reconstruction and Tooth Decay / Damage

If you have a tooth that is seriously decayed or damaged, it’s important that the compromised tooth structure get restored so that the tooth can be saved from extraction. There are numerous ways that this can be done in a full mouth reconstruction. The most common options are:

  • Dental fillings
  • Inlays
  • Onlays
  • Dental crowns

Full Mouth Reconstruction and Missing Teeth

Missing teeth are a serious aesthetic issue and dental health problem as well. There are a few different dental appliances that may prove helpful for patients:

  • Dental bridges
  • Partial dentures
  • Full dentures

While these removable dental appliances are certainly effective, they can also be supported by dental implants, which are artificial tooth roots that are surgically anchored into the patient’s jawbone and gum tissue.

Full Mouth Reconstruction and Periodontal Problems

While many people think that a full mouth reconstruction is all about the teeth, the treatment is also performed in order to improve the health and appearance of the gums. Dentists have a number of ways to:

  • Treat gum disease
  • Rebuild gum tissue
  • Recontour gum tissue

The best option for your needs will depend on a number of factors, all of which can be discussed in more detail during your dental visit.

Full Mouth Reconstruction and Other Dental Health Issues

There are plenty of other problems that full mouth reconstructions can address, including malocclusion (e.g., crossbite, underbite, overbite), teeth grinding (aka bruxism), and TMJ disorders. During the consultation process, comprehensive diagnostics will be performed in order to identify various dental problems to be fixed. This is why customized care is so crucial to helping our patients.

Learn More About Full Mouth Reconstruction

For more information about full mouth reconstruction treatments and how you can achieve the best possible dental health, be sure to contact our Shreveport and Bossier City dental care centers today. Our entire team is eager to meet you in person and help you achieve optimal dental health in the process.