While many dentists may opt to fix the problems as they occur, a full mouth reconstruction can offer improved morale and quality of life for many patients. A straight and healthy smile often gives patients improved self-esteem and helps them feel more comfortable in public settings.
A complete full mouth reconstruction doesn’t just fix the problems that are there, but also ensures that your dental health is prioritized. After your procedure is complete, you can feel confident that your mouth is healthy and easier to maintain than before. Many patients also become pain-free which allows them to eat and drink the foods that they once enjoyed.
As teeth decay, bone growth in the jawline can be affected. Full mouth reconstruction and dental implants help to stop bone loss and maintain the existing bone. Implants also help to support the jaw by adding additional strength to your current jawline. Replacing lost teeth has also been shown to help with bone growth and regeneration which is an integral part of the dental implant process.
Full mouth reconstruction doesn’t just offer a replacement as treatment. In the case of damaged teeth, many can be restored with fillings and whitening treatments so that the teeth will match each other. Your dentist will do everything they can to save your existing teeth before they opt for extraction and replacement.
Gum disease is another facet that your dentist may explore by offering help using periodontal or laser therapies. These treatments help to replace and restore gums and the underlying bone.