If you’ve been in an automobile accident or developed a serious infection that damages your teeth and gums, you may benefit from a full mouth reconstruction. Full mouth reconstruction combines cosmetic and restorative dentistry treatments to address decay, damage, and other oral health problems. At Dental Designs of Plantation in Plantation, Florida, John Sarris, DMD, Thomas Copulos, DDS, and the team regularly perform full mouth reconstructions to boost their patients’ confidence, oral health, and quality of life. To request your consultation today, call the office or click the online booking tool.
A full mouth reconstruction is a complex surgical process that uses cosmetic and restorative dentistry techniques to improve the physical appearance of your teeth, gums, and smile. In addition to boosting your confidence, a full mouth reconstruction improves your oral health, lowering your risk of tooth decay, gum disease, and bad breath.
If you’ve lost one or multiple teeth as a result of an automobile accident, sports-related injury, trauma, infection, or wear-and-tear, make an appointment with the team at Dental Designs of Plantation as soon as possible.
No two full mouth reconstructions are exactly alike. However, some of the restoration options used in full mouth reconstruction include:
Some full mouth reconstructions require only 1-2 appointments; others take several months and a series of visits.
To determine if you’re a candidate for a full mouth reconstruction, make an appointment with the team at Dental Designs of Plantation. Following a thorough oral exam, review of your oral health history, and discussion of your goals for treatment, your dentist can make recommendations that align with your lifestyle and budget. The team customizes full mouth reconstructions to ensure positive and lasting outcomes.
Many people use the terms smile makeover and full mouth restoration interchangeably. However, they’re two different things. A smile makeover is an elective cosmetic procedure designed to whiten your teeth and improve the physical appearance of your smile. A full mouth restoration is something you need to improve your oral health and physical well-being.
Full mouth reconstruction is safe and well-tolerated. However, depending on the type of restoration the team recommends, you might experience jaw pain, tooth pain, swollen gums, or headaches. This is nothing to worry about. Follow your dentist’s recovery instructions carefully and take your medications as prescribed. You should also heed any recommendations your dentist provides about eating and drinking.
If you’re interested in learning more about the benefits of a full mouth reconstruction, make an appointment at Dental Designs of Plantation today by calling the office or clicking the online booking tool.