Why Would You Need a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Mar 13th, 2013 | By | Category: Fresno Restorative Dentistry, Full Mouth Reconstruction



Have you heard the term “full mouth reconstruction” but don’t know what that means or if it’s applicable to you?

If life were ideal, you would only have to deal with one problem at a time. Most likely, finding the best solution in any given situation is considerably simpler when you are able to concentrate solely on the task at hand. Unfortunately, that is not the case, and like life, your dental health can often involve a number of equally important issues that must be resolved as soon as possible. For the sake of time, and to reduce the amount of manipulation that your mouth must endure, addressing your smile as a whole is typically the preferable solution when you have several teeth (or other dental issues) that must be tended to simultaneously. With extensive experience restoring blemished and damaged smiles, Fresno dentists Dr. Alex and Claudia Denes offer full mouth reconstructions to restore your smile quickly and conservatively.

A Diverse Range of Application

While a full mouth reconstruction can address a number of issues at once, it is not a blanket, cure-all treatment. If your single dental issue is minor, such as tooth stains, then you should opt for a minor procedure, such as professional tooth-whitening or dental bonding. If your smile is under the thumb of one or more of the following dental issues, then your mouth may require reconstruction;

  • Severely worn teeth resulting from bruxism and/or enamel erosion from prolonged acid exposure
  • Chronic headaches, earaches, and pain in the jaw and facial muscles
  • Loss of teeth, either from traumatic injury or advanced dental disease
  • Faulty dental work that has failed and threatens your oral health
  • Poor dental health, such as advanced tooth decay and gum disease

Thorough and Comprehensive Dental Restoration

Regardless of the specifics, the first step to a renewed smile is determining that its foundation is secure. This involves a thorough examination of your gum tissue to ensure that it is free of disease. If not, then personalized periodontal therapy may be necessary before you can continue. Once your gums are healthy and secure, your mouth’s alignment is inspected. Orthodontic treatment can be prescribed to straighten errant teeth and jaws to increase the chances of a successful reconstruction. After your smile’s foundation is strong and healthy, a number of cosmetic procedures can be performed to create a smile that is as beautiful as it is healthy.

Restore Your Smile with a Full Mouth Reconstruction in Fresno

To learn more about restoring your smile, or to learn if a full mouth reconstruction is right for you, contact Dr. Alex and Claudia Denes by calling Fresno Dental Studio at (559) 297-1800. Located in the 93720 area, we proudly serve patients from Fresno, Clovis, Mendota, Orange Cove, Reedley, Selma, and the surrounding areas.

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One Comment to “Why Would You Need a Full Mouth Reconstruction?”

  1. It is a very complete treatment allows patients to have a final solution to all your dental problems.

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