Whether you find yourself embarrassed from smiling in photos or exhibit teeth failure, full mouth reconstruction can help give you the smile of your dreams. There are several factors that can ultimately affect your smile from shining once again. If you have missing teeth to conditions such as Ectodermal Dysplasia, you are a great candidate for reconstruction.
To get the full insight, look at the information below for why a full mouth reconstruction can be a great fit for you.
What is Full Mouth Reconstruction?
As the name indicates, full mouth reconstruction is a restorative procedure to improve your dental health, appearance, and functional purposes. There are several procedures and techniques utilized depending on the necessity of each individual. Ultimately, the purpose of each varying patient is to have a beautiful and healthy smile.
What Qualifies a Good Candidate for Full Mouth Rehabilitation?
Full mouth rehabilitation is widely known for its restoration aesthatically but as well as the overall oral health. A great candidate can qualify in numerous ways, whether they exhibit negative altercations to their teeth or yearn for that picture perfect smile, any person can be a candidate for this procedure. Below is a list of some qualifications for restoring healthy teeth:
- If you have one or more chipped, broken, or varying damaged teeth.
- If you have missing teeth, loose dentures, or failed implants.
- If you are exhibiting tooth decay.
- If you have debilitating teeth due to bruxism (teeth grinding).
- If you have one or more of these conditions: Ectodermal Dysplasia, Ameliogenesis, Dentinogenisis Imperfecta, Diabetes, etc.
- If your teeth exhibit discolor or misalignment.
Other conditions not exhibited in the list above can always qualify a candidate for this procedure. Some symptoms may include gum disease, tooth loss, or other diminishing factors not expressed in this article.
As long as you are not satisfied with the appearance or function of your teeth, you can qualify for a full mouth restoration. By consulting with Dr. Willardsen, you can find which treatment plans are best suited for you.
Types of Restoration Procedures
Since each patient varies in specific treatments, below is a list of the following common procedures used during full mouth rehabilitation:
Each patient will differentiate in its dental timeline; however, Trust Implants will ensure you get the most out of your smile efficiently.
Get More Information on Full Mouth Restoration
To see if you qualify and would like to know more information on full mouth reconstruction, contact Dr. Willardsen today and get the best out of your smile.