The ideal candidates for a full mouth reconstruction in Orlando are those who suffered extensive damage to their teeth due to an accident, facial injury, extensive decay, or long-term bruxism. A full mouth reconstruction helps build and replace all of your teeth.It’s a combination of restorative and cosmetic dentistry since the procedures aim to improve your smile, boost oral function, and enhance your oral health. The recuperation period depends on how well you follow your dentist’s instructions. To hasten the healing process, you should do the following:
After a full mouth reconstruction, you should get enough rest. If you are a fitness enthusiast, you should cancel your gym plans for the week—no extensive cardio and no heavy lifting. During the first 24 hours post-procedure, we suggest you stay at home and avoid driving any vehicle. As long as you get enough rest, you’ll gradually recover and go back to your daily routine.
Certain procedures in a full mouth reconstruction will result in swelling and soreness for 7 to 10 days. To minimize the swelling, you can apply an ice pack over the area for 20 minutes at least two to three times a day until the swelling subsides. If the swelling persists after a week, you should let your dentist know.
It’s normal to feel discomfort after a full mouth reconstruction. You’ll feel the pain once the effect of the anesthesia dwindles. The pain can last up to a week. Meanwhile, you may take over-the-counter painkillers to ease the pain. If OTC painkillers don’t do the trick, your dentist may prescribe you stronger medications.
If you want to rebuild your smile, we can do it for you. At Altamonte Implant and Cosmetic Dentistry, we offer a wide range of customized treatment plans for all our patients. Our team is highly trained and skilled to provide you with the best possible care. Fill out our form to schedule an appointment with us.
– Dr. Atila C. Miranda, DDS –(407) 831-4008752 Stirling Center Pl STE 1000,