Full Mouth Reconstruction in Houston, TX
Dental Bright is offering Full Mouth Reconstruction in Houston and surrounding areas. Full Mouth Reconstruction is a thorough dental procedure that rebuilds and restores damaged or missing teeth. This procedure focuses on severe decay and damage, resulting in better oral health and general well-being. You can contact us at (713) 783-6060 to schedule an appointment or for general information.
CANDIDATES FOR FULL MOUTH RECONSTRUCTION
Full Mouth Reconstruction is targeted at patients who have widespread dental issues and need extensive restoration. This can happen due to certain reasons such as accidents, decay, teeth grinding, or congenital conditions like amelogenesis, dentinogenetic imperfect, and ectodermal dysplasia. In some cases, you may require surgery, making good overall health essential. Patients with other health concerns may need to address those before undergoing a full reconstruction.
REASON FOR FULL MOUTH RECONSTRUCTION
- Aesthetic Enhancement: Full Mouth Reconstruction can address cosmetic concerns such as discolouration, tooth wear, and missing teeth, boosting self-esteem and creating the desired smile.
- Dental Decay or Disease: Extensive tooth decay or disease may require full reconstruction to prevent further damage and tooth loss.
- Gum disease: Advanced gum disease can lead to tooth loss, necessitating comprehensive reconstruction for oral health restoration.
- Oral trauma: Significant trauma resulting in cracks, chips, and long-term wear may require full mouth reconstruction to restore proper tooth function.
FULL MOUTH RECONSTRUCTION TREATMENT OPTIONS
Each Full Mouth Reconstruction is tailored to the patient's needs and preferences, encompassing various dental procedures. Common treatments include dentures, crowns, inlays, onlays, and bone grafting. Dental deep cleanings combat gum disease, while dental bridges and porcelain veneers address gaps, misalignment, and discolouration.
TOP AND BOTTOM MOUTH RECONSTRUCTIONS
Partial treatments focusing on the upper or lower mouth are alternatives to full reconstruction. Although similar, the lower jawbone may require additional bone grafting. Reconstruction of the jawbone and gums may be necessary to achieve a healthy smile.