Your mouth is made up of several components, and these components work together to perform a wide variety of different important tasks every day. From eating and speaking to flashing an unforgettable grin, a healthy, fully-functional mouth is essential. However, there are numerous factors that can affect the condition of your mouth, your oral health, your smile, and your overall quality of life. If your mouth is suffering, David Crumpton, DDS can help with a full mouth reconstruction.
Reasons for an Aesthetic Reconstruction
A full mouth aesthetic reconstruction is a procedure that involves a series of procedures that are designed to restore and rebuild the teeth in your upper or lower jaw. In some cases, it can be used to correct issues in both jaws. The full mouth reconstruction is a customizable treatment that involves the use of restorative dentistry, orthodontics, endodontics, periodontics, and oral surgery. There are several different situations in which a full mouth reconstruction may be used.
Learn more about who can benefit from full mouth reconstruction.
Your Initial Exam
Before you can undergo a full mouth reconstruction, you first need to have a comprehensive initial consultation. During this consultation, we take the time look over all of the areas in your mouth to determine which treatments are best for your specific needs. This exam involves a visual inspection, digital x-rays, pictures of your mouth, and impressions. Several things are checked during your consultation.
Once we have determined the condition of your mouth, and what treatments are needed, we can then begin your full mouth reconstruction. In some cases, this may mean that we need to work with other specialists. Before your treatment begins, we will draw up a detailed treatment plan that will outline what treatments you need and in what order they will be performed.
What Procedures are Done During a Aesthetic Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Your full mouth reconstruction is unique to your specific needs. Treatment typically occurs over the course of a few different appointments, and it can often take up to a full year before the desired results are achieved. Common procedures involved in a full mouth reconstruction include:
If your mouth has been affected by several different issues that are affecting your oral health, your appearance, and your quality of life, a full mouth reconstruction may be the answer. Call David Crumpton, DDS to schedule your consultation today at 817-678-7395.