There are countless reasons people will, over many years, lose their teeth. Losing a tooth can be a scary experience, and suddenly missing one or more teeth can be a source of great embarrassment and make you not want to flash your pearly whites with a wide, happy smile. In addition to minimizing your desire to smile, losing teeth can cause problems with eating, the health of remaining teeth, and speaking. Thankfully, there is a solution through restorative dentistry services. Learn more about full mouth rehabilitation and how it can help you get your confident smile back. a dentist consults a patient about full mouth rehabilitation

What Is Full Mouth Dental Reconstruction?

There are many different reasons people lose their teeth, including:

  • Periodontal (gum) disease
  • Decay
  • Injury
  • Trauma
  • Natural aging

Full mouth rehabilitation, also known as full mouth dental reconstruction, helps patients whose teeth are worn or broken or those who are missing multiple teeth regain the confidence of a full, healthy set of looking teeth. Full mouth dental rehabilitation utilizes a wide array of treatment options to restore and replace damaged and missing teeth. Your full mouth dental reconstruction could involve:

  • Crowns
  • Veneers
  • Inlays
  • Onlays
  • Bridges
  • White fillings
  • Dental implants

In some cases, full mouth rehabilitation may involve additional treatments, including root planing, soft tissue grafting, and bone grafting performed by skilled experts in restorative dentistry. The benefit of full mouth rehabilitation is that the trained technician with years of experience giving patients back their happy, healthy smiles will perform the entire procedure in one office.

Thanks to a range of treatments, full mouth dental reconstruction makes it possible to create a natural look that will make you proud to laugh, smile, eat well, and show off your teeth.

The Importance of a Full Mouth Rehabilitation

A full mouth rehabilitation is a highly customized, restorative dental treatment. The importance of an individualized full mouth reconstruction plan is to restore the health of a patient’s entire mouth, including their teeth, gums, and bite. In some cases, it is necessary to replace or restore every tooth in a patient’s mouth using a combination of restorative dentistry services. Although most full mouth rehabilitation treatment plans will require dental work over the course of multiple appointments, the final result will be something a patient is happy with, a fully functioning mouth, excellent oral health, and a beaming new smile that can last for decades.

The Benefits of Full Mouth Reconstruction

  • A confident smile
  • Healthy teeth and gums
  • Improved self-esteem
  • Fully functioning set of teeth
  • No dental complications or teeth imperfections
  • Improved quality of life

Time Needed to Complete a Full Mouth Dental Rehabilitation

The exact time required to complete your full mouth restoration varies for each individual patient, based on the severity of the damage and the work needed to restore their oral health. Extensive tooth damage will require more intensive treatments and take longer to complete, whereas a technician can quickly correct minimal decay. Each full mouth dental reconstructive procedure is different in its length and scope. For example, dental implants will involve two separate stages, with six months in between. During your full mouth rehabilitation consultation with a dentist, you will learn about the estimated timeframe for your specific full mouth dental rehabilitation. The three stages of a full mouth dental reconstruction you can expect are:

  • Examination
  • Cleaning
  • Reconstruction

Then when complete, you will have a smile worth showing and teeth allowing you to eat a diverse, healthy diet.

Full Mouth Reconstruction at Greenwood Dental

You don’t have to keep struggling with an uncomfortable or broken smile. Full mouth restoration at Greenwood Dental can help you regain the comfort and confidence you deserve.

Call our Waukegan, IL, team at 855.528.3961 today to learn more or to schedule an appointment.