How do dentists treat patients with multiple oral health issues? It may seem like a hopeless case, but interestingly, there’s a solution. If you have cracked, broken, and severely decayed teeth, you can benefit from a full mouth reconstruction in Orlando.
A full mouth reconstruction, also known as full mouth rehabilitation or full mouth restoration, is a process that helps restore and rebuild your smile and oral function. It’s not a one-size-fits-all procedure since every patient is different. The treatments used on you will be based specifically on your needs and goals. Nevertheless, the outcome will give you a better, brighter, healthier smile.
Full mouth reconstruction eliminates speech problems, chewing difficulties, and hiding your teeth when you talk, smile, or laugh. Furthermore, rehabilitating your mouth can significantly improve your oral health and protect you against rapid jawbone loss, one of the consequences of tooth loss.
People often mistake full mouth reconstruction as a smile makeover. While these two may have overlapping similarities, they are not the same. The main difference between full mouth reconstruction and a smile makeover is that the former is medically necessary while the latter is performed purely for aesthetics.
The best way to know if you need a full mouth reconstruction is to see your dentist so that a thorough evaluation can be done on your mouth and jaw. Generally, patients whose teeth are severely damaged or worn due to teeth grinding or decay can be considered suitable candidates for the procedure. Also, patients diagnosed with severe TMJ disorder can benefit from full mouth rehabilitation.
A full mouth reconstruction is a complex process. If you want a detailed explanation of the treatment, it would be best to see your dentist for a one-on-one discussion. At Altamonte Implant, we encourage our patients to ask questions about their condition and the treatment plan our team has created during the consultation. Contact us to learn more about our services.
– Dr. Atila C. Miranda, DDS –(407) 831-4008752 Stirling Center Pl STE 1000,