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Repairing Front Teeth with a Full Mouth Reconstruction
Full Mouth Reconstruction is a great way to restore the appearance, oral health, and function of your dentition if you have multiple teeth that are damaged or missing. Each reconstruction treatment plan is tailored to meet the patient’s specific goals, needs, and desires, and there are multiple treatment options that are available throughout the process.
A review of full mouth reconstruction
Everyone deserves to show off a great smile, and a full mouth reconstruction is a way for patients who have more extensive dental restoration needs. The following is a review of full mouth reconstruction with a focus on how it can repair front teeth that are damaged, lost, or loose.
What is full mouth reconstruction?
Full mouth reconstruction refers to repairing or replacing all of the teeth on the upper and lower levels. It is a relatively broad term that could include a range of different dental restoration procedures. There are many reasons why a patient may need full mouth reconstruction, including:
- Multiple tooth loss
- Worn-down teeth
- Dental trauma
- Orthodontic concerns
- Multiple cavities
Tooth replacement is often a primary part of full mouth reconstruction, but this is not always the case. Often, treatment is more about dealing with dental damage and periodontal concerns.
How full mouth reconstruction repairs front teeth
There is a range of potential treatment options involved in full mouth reconstruction. Each patient receives a unique treatment plan to ensure high-quality results that meet the patient’s personal goals. Among the most common treatments involved in full mouth reconstruction include:
- Dental implants
- Porcelain veneers
- Dental crowns
- Traditional dentures
- Orthodontic treatment
As it relates specifically to treating front teeth during a full mouth reconstruction, there are several options. For missing teeth, dental implants or traditional dentures are viable solutions. For the replacement of all teeth in a mouth, a process known as the all-on-4 technique may be available. Orthodontic treatments are available for crooked or overcrowded front teeth, and front teeth damage can be repaired with porcelain veneers, dental bonding, or a ceramic crown.
When to consider full mouth reconstruction
Anyone who is not happy with how their smile looks due to damaged or missing front teeth may be a good candidate for treatment. Also, anyone who has issues chewing or speaking due to issues with damaged or missing teeth or are experiencing oral health issues should talk to a dental professional about full mouth reconstruction.
What to expect long-term with full mouth reconstruction
Full mouth reconstruction treatment times vary, ranging from a few days to several years depending on the types of treatments involved. However, after treatment is complete, patients can expect a more beautiful and healthier smile that provides more confidence and opportunities.
Consult with our full mouth reconstruction team today
If you are in need of full mouth reconstruction, then feel free to reach out to our friendly dental team today We believe everyone should have a beautiful and healthy smile that gives them confidence, and we strive to help all of our patients achieve exactly that.
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