Is Full Mouth Reconstruction Right for Me?

By PearlFection Dentistry
November 07, 2018
Category: Dental Procedures

Are you dealing with severe, widespread dental issues? We can help!

Sure, there are a lot of people out there that might benefit from one cosmetic or restorative dentistry treatment but what if you are dealing with multiple issues that require several dental treatments? This is where our Frederick and Urbana, MD, general, cosmetic and restorative dentists Dr. Jared Lawson, Dr. EJ Stringer, Dr. Tammira Badakhshan, Dr. Alex Sin Deuk Kim, and Dr. Nikta Pashai, periodontist Dr. Ashley Seals, prosthodontist Dr. Amos Chi, oral surgeon Dr. Brian Chang, endodontist Dr. Pratik Patel and orthodontist Dr. Stephen Tigani can help. Find out more about full mouth reconstruction and whether it’s right for you.

What is full mouth reconstruction?

No matter what dental issues you are dealing with, it’s important to know that no smile is beyond help. Even if you are dealing with multiple issues our Frederick and Urbana, MD, dental team can help. Full mouth reconstruction refers to treating and rebuilding your smile not just to improve the health and function of your teeth but also the appearance, as well. In essence, if the dental issues you are experiencing affect all your teeth then this will require full mouth reconstruction.

The treatments that are often used in full mouth reconstruction include:

  • Inlays/onlays
  • Dental Fillings
  • Crowns
  • Dental bridges
  • Porcelain veneers
  • Dental implants
  • Dentures

Consider full mouth reconstruction to be an intense and serious makeover for the health and appearance of your smile. It will help you chew and speak more comfortably and efficiently, it can prevent further dental damage in the future and it can improve the shape and symmetry of your smile.

Who should consider full mouth reconstruction?

As we said earlier, if you are experiencing problems that affect your entire smile then full mouth reconstruction may be the best approach to restoring your oral health. Patients often present with multiple issues such as decay, cracked teeth, signs of teeth grinding (worn or damaged teeth) or even tooth loss. This may happen after a serious car accident or as a result of oral cancer. Sometimes genetic disorders such as amelogenesis can also affect how the teeth form and develop. These conditions can often benefit from what full mouth reconstruction can offer.

Trust your oral health to the restorative dental experts at Pearlfection Dentistry, located in Frederick and Urbana, MD, just 45 minutes from Washington, DC and Baltimore and serving patients from all over Hagerstown and Germantown, MD. If you want to discuss your candidacy for full mouth reconstruction just give us a call today.

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