Everything to Know About Full Mouth Restoration

Everything to Know About Full Mouth Restoration

Full mouth restoration, also known as full mouth reconstruction, is the process of rebuilding or simultaneously restoring all of the teeth in both the upper and lower jaws. Full mouth restoration is an extensive procedure that requires detailed planning and coordination among multiple dental specialists. The ultimate goal of full mouth restoration is to restore a patient’s teeth so that they can function normally and look aesthetically appealing.

The treatment can correct multiple problems in the mouth, such as bad bite alignment and broken or missing teeth. The procedure is typically performed with crowns or bridges that fill the gaps between teeth after they have been rebuilt. 

How is a Full Mouth Restoration performed?

A full mouth restoration takes several visits to complete, depending on the number of teeth that need work. Your dentist will begin by evaluating the current state of your smile and creating a plan that addresses your concerns with your oral health.

Next, your dentist will clean the teeth before removing any damaged parts. A dental implant may be placed to support a dental bridge or dentures. Depending on your treatment plan, you may receive a temporary full mouth restoration until your final one is complete.

During your full mouth restoration procedure, you will receive local anesthesia to keep discomfort to a minimum. Once everything is done, you’ll need to take special care of your teeth. Brushing twice a day and flossing regularly will help maintain your oral health and prevent future problems.

Am I a candidate for a Full Mouth Restoration?

If you have multiple teeth with extensive damage, you may be an excellent candidate for full mouth restoration. This includes teeth that have been broken or cracked and those that have sustained severe decay. Your dentist will assess your teeth and determine the extent of the damage or decay before advising you on the best treatment plan for you. If the damage is too extensive for a simple filling or crown, your dentist may suggest a custom bridge or full dentures restore your smile.

A full mouth restoration will not only restore the appearance of your smile but will improve its functionality of it as well. It can improve your ability to chew and speak properly in addition to improving your overall oral health. 

Talk to your dentist today to find out if you could benefit from a full mouth restoration procedure. Contact University Oaks Dental, 6363 San Felipe St #200b, Houston, TX 77057 at (713) 461-8012, or schedule an appointment with us through our website.


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