Full Mouth Reconstruction
Full mouth reconstruction can restore smiles compromised by multiple oral health concerns such as periodontal disease, missing teeth, or bite misalignment. By combining several treatments into a personalized plan, Drs. John G. Fatse and John S. Scovic can fully rehabilitate severely damaged smiles. Your treatment plan may include dental implants or restorations such as same-day crowns, most of which can be completed in our office in Monroe, CT. Dental phobia or nerves can keep patients from receiving prompt care so we work carefully to help you relax throughout treatment. We employ advanced dental technologies to restore the comfort, function, and appearance of your smile.
Do I Need Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Generally, full mouth reconstruction is recommended to those suffering from any combination of:
- Missing teeth
- Gum disease
- Injured or fractured teeth
- Severely worn teeth
- Ongoing pain in the jaw
- Mild to severe dental misalignment
A typical reconstruction involves mainly restorative procedures, though it may also address cosmetic concerns. If you are in good oral health and wish to address primarily aesthetic issues, a smile makeover may be a more appropriate treatment.
Designing a Treatment Plan
Every full mouth reconstruction is different because every smile is different. Your plan may include:
- Dental implants to replace missing tooth roots
- Prosthodontic solutions such as crowns, bridges, dentures, fillings, inlays, or onlays
- Temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD) treatment
- Orthodontics such as Invisalign® or traditional braces
- Treatment for bruxism, also known as teeth grinding
- Root canal therapy to address dental infection
- Soft or hard tissue grafting
- Tooth extractions
- Gum disease treatment, such as laser periodontal therapy
Once oral health is restored, patients often elect to complement their results with a cosmetic procedure such as teeth whitening or porcelain veneers.
If you have been suffering with a severely compromised smile, a full mouth reconstruction can restore oral function as well as aesthetics.
Your first step toward restored oral health is a consultation at our office. During your appointment, Dr. Fatse or Scovic can perform a comprehensive oral health examination and take a series of digital x-rays. Your doctor can examine your smile as well as your head and neck to gain a full understanding of your needs. Then he can sit down with you to discuss your concerns and goals. Using this information, your doctor can design a full mouth reconstruction tailored especially to your needs. Your treatment timeline will depend on the necessary extent of your treatment. In some instances, a full mouth reconstruction can be completed in one appointment. Other plans may require several treatment sessions phased over a period of time.
Experience Renewed Confidence in Your Smile
At the Offices of John G. Fatse, we strive to perform effective treatments that address the health and well-being of your entire smile. If you have been suffering with a severely compromised smile, a full mouth reconstruction can restore oral function as well as aesthetics. Contact our office online or call us at (203) 268-5051 to schedule a consultation today.