Full Mouth Reconstruction
The condition of your mouth is important for a beautiful smile. However, that’s not all. It is also crucial for your quality of life. If you are dealing with multiple damaged or broken-down teeth, gum disease, and other oral health issues, your whole life suffers. You might have pain and difficulty when you chew, which can disrupt the natural digestive process. You might find it difficult to speak properly. Moreover, you might be embarrassed to smile. At Wanserski Dental Center for Complex Dentistry, we can help to improve the condition of your mouth, which can help to improve your oral health, your smile, and your life in general, with a full mouth reconstruction.
Why Would I Need a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
There are many reasons why you might need a full mouth reconstruction. It may be a good treatment option for you if you have several damaged or decayed teeth, you are dealing with gum disease, you are missing one or more teeth, you have misaligned teeth, or you are dealing with significant jaw or TMJ pain.
Your Initial Consultation
Before a full mouth reconstruction, a consultation is first needed to make sure that it is the right option for you. During your exam, we look at all of the different components of your mouth. We check your teeth for damage, decay, and abnormal wear patterns. Your gums are checked for gum disease. If gum disease is present, we can determine the extent of the damage so that we know best how to proceed. We assess your bite, which includes the alignment of your teeth as well as your jaws.
We also take a look at the general appearance of your smile and take the time to discuss your specific concerns as well as your treatment goals. Your consultation includes a visual examination as well as dental X-rays. We may also take impressions, photographs, and even a 3D CT scan. Based on your consultation, we are then able to devise a customized treatment plan that will provide you with the best results, improving your oral health, your smile, and your overall quality of life.
What Procedures Will I Need?
The procedures you need will depend significantly on the issues we find with your mouth. Moreover, the treatments you receive are tailored specifically to you. These treatments might include veneers, crowns, bridge, dental implants, orthodontic work, and even oral surgery.
How Long Does a Full Mouth Reconstruction Take?
Again, because your full mouth reconstruction is customized to your needs, the length of time the treatment takes will vary. Some patients require a full 12 months. Some require more, and some require less. Based on your consultation and treatment plan, we can give you a better timeframe of just how long your specific treatment will take.
How Much Does a Full Mouth Reconstruction Cost?
The cost of your full mouth reconstruction will depend upon the procedures you need. However, unlike a smile makeover, a full mouth reconstruction is a restorative process. This means that most, if not all, of your treatment, should be covered by dental insurance.
If multiple dental issues are affecting your quality of life, you may benefit from a full mouth reconstruction. We have the training and expertise to perform complex restorative procedures, which allows us to give you back a healthy, beautiful smile. Call Wanserski Dental Center for Complex Dentistry at (715) 841-9161 to schedule your consultation today.