FULL MOUTH RECONSTRUCTION
Loss of your natural teeth, whether through an accident or as part of the aging process, can be traumatic and affect your outlook on life. Daily experiences we take for granted – like smiling or going out to restaurants – can become a source of stress and embarrassment. With the help of full mouth reconstruction, there are many options to restore your smile if you have lost some or all your teeth.
Do I Need Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Not all patients need to consider full mouth reconstruction. Patients who qualify for full mouth reconstruction may have:
- Multiple missing teeth
- Teeth with large fillings that are failing or decayed
- Cracked and broken teeth
- Badly worn teeth due to grinding or long-term acid erosion
- Snoring and sleep disorders
- Long-term jaw, muscle and headache pain
- Cleft palate
What Is Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Full mouth reconstruction refers to procedures designed to rebuild and/or replace all of a patient’s teeth. Dr. Aiello uses the science of restorative dentistry combined with aesthetics to improve the health, function, and overall beauty of a patient’s smile.
Full mouth reconstruction can include restorations like:
- Complete or Removable Partial Dentures
- Dental Implants
These treatments will not only confer cosmetic benefits to your smile, but also improve functions like chewing and talking for many patients.
Full mouth reconstruction requires a variety of dental treatments over time. There is no need to worry about spending all day in the chair! Dr. Aiello works with you through multiple appointments to improve every element of your smile. However, if you’d rather complete your full mouth reconstruction in fewer appointments, Dr. Aiello is happy to accommodate your preferences.
The goal will always be to improve your oral health and each full mouth reconstruction plan is completely customized for each patient’s unique needs.
Your Mouth Is Worth The Investment
Ideal candidates for full mouth reconstruction need to be in good health, yet have multiple missing or damaged teeth. Teeth are subjected to intense wear and tear over time, and because of this, they can become decayed, cracked, worn or damaged. The goal of full mouth reconstruction is to create a stable and functional bite as well as to enhance the smile’s appearance.
If you think you could benefit from full mouth reconstruction, scheduling a new patient exam with Dr. Aiello is the first step. During your appointment, Dr. Aiello can address all of your questions, identify if you are an ideal candidate for full mouth reconstruction, and create a customized care plan that fits your overall health and financial needs.
Call us today to learn more about how full mouth reconstruction can improve your confidence and quality of life.