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What is Full-Mouth Reconstruction?

If you have issues with multiple teeth throughout your mouth, your dentist may recommend full-mouth reconstruction. When a patient has numerous problem teeth, it must be treated comprehensively to restore the mouth and teeth’s original function. Perhaps you’re missing a few teeth, or have many old fillings that have begun to break down or have a bad habit of grinding your teeth until they’re worn. Others may have been born with a condition or have had an illness that affects their teeth or mouth. No matter what your issue is, a full-mouth reconstruction may be the right solution for you.
Any dental procedure that affects all the teeth in your mouth is a full-mouth reconstruction. It may involve getting implants, bridges, or crowns placed, and may sometimes take multiple procedures to complete. After the procedure is complete, your smile will be restored, so you can smile, chew, talk, and more without feeling embarrassment or shame about the condition of your teeth.

What is the Process of Full-Mouth Reconstruction Like?

The full-mouth reconstruction procedure is different for every patient’s unique case, and you can talk to your dentist to learn more about what your reconstruction will entail. Here are some common procedures that often happen during a full-mouth reconstruction:
X-rays – x-rays are usually the first step in full-mouth reconstruction. X-rays allow your dentist to see exactly where there are problems in your mouth and can help them come up with the right plan for your reconstruction.
Bone grafting – sometimes, the bones in your jaw won’t be strong enough to support the implants or bridges that your dentist wants to place. A bone graft can strengthen the bone in your jaw to provide better structure to your entire mouth. Bone grafting may involve taking bone tissue from elsewhere in your body, or your dentist may use a synthetic bone graft material.
Orthodontics or braces – these devices may be required to get your remaining teeth into the proper placement.
Dental implants – implants can replace one or many teeth. Implants replace the entire tooth and root and are placed directly into your jawbone.
Crowns – your dentist may place a crown to strengthen a root canal or a damaged tooth.

This is not an exhaustive list of what your dentist may recommend as part of your full-mouth reconstruction. These procedures may take place over a series of appointments with your dentist. Some of these procedures may require anesthesia, so it’s important to learn everything you can about the procedures before you begin.

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Is Full-Mouth Reconstruction Right for Me?

Full-mouth reconstruction can be an intensive process that may take weeks or even months to be completed. It’s a big decision to undergo, so it’s important to do research, be prepared and be sure that these procedures are right for you. Of course, it’s necessary to find a compassionate dentist you trust and who can guide you through the entire process. But if you are afraid to smile because of the condition of your teeth, or you’re having trouble on a daily basis with things like chewing, a full-mouth reconstruction may be right for you.

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Full-Mouth Reconstruction at Brentwood Dental Spa

If you’re looking for full-mouth reconstruction in the Brentwood, CA, area, Brentwood Dental Spa is happy to provide professional services in a comfortable setting. Our offices are equipped with the latest equipment and state-of-the-art technology, and our dentists provide some of the best full-mouth reconstruction services in the Los Angeles area. We have years of experience performing procedures like implants, bridges, crowns, and more.
Our team is dedicated to guiding you through the entire process to make it easier for you. We understand it can be a stressful time for patients, and we aim to make sure that you feel in control throughout every appointment with our dentists. If you’re ready to rebuild your smile and your confidence, contact us today to make an appointment. .

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