FOR THOSE WHO HAVE CONTINUOUS DENTAL PROBLEMS THROUGHOUT THEIR MOUTH…
A permanent solution is necessary that improves both teeth function and aesthetics. Full mouth reconstruction is a combination of reconstructive procedures that allows the patient a newfound confidence to smile again. As the name suggests, full mouth reconstruction refers to restoring all of the teeth in the upper and lower jaws. Full mouth reconstruction (also referred to as full mouth rehabilitation) means to restore the mouth to good condition or the former privilege of proper functioning. The major reason to opt for mouth rehabilitation is to achieve and maintain periodontal tissues.
FULL MOUTH RECONSTRUCTION IS OPTED FOR BY THOSE WHO HAVE…
Lost teeth due to decay
Complaints with upper and lower jaw
Severe pain / headache while biting or chewing
Full mouth reconstruction is the optimum solution for those who have several teeth that have lost tooth structure, several missing teeth, or a full mouth of teeth that need to be replaced. This is often achieved with dental implants or implant dentures.
In implementing full mouth reconstruction, if the process involves a full set of crowns and other restorations such as veneers, this portion of the rehabilitation can begin when your jaw has finally come to its ideal position. The use of porcelain crowns and veneers raises your teeth into the optimal position and keeps them there. This not only cures the painful symptoms of malocclusion (imperfect positioning of the teeth when the mouth is closed), but also helps to restore the appearance of your teeth with charm.
In general, any dental treatment that affects all teeth in the mouth is called full mouth reconstruction or full mouth rehabilitation.