Full Mouth Reconstruction

Teeth can become worn down over time, presenting a variety of problems. If they have been worn down severely (such as through grinding/clenching), the jaw may become misaligned. The jaw can then over close due to the shorter teeth, causing the jaw muscles to be constantly engaged. This is not the natural position of the mouth and can lead to jaw pain, neck pain, headaches, and other symptoms. A change in jaw alignment can also create a sunken face appearance, making you look older. A full-mouth reconstruction at KK Dental can help to rebuild the teeth to their correct size, shape, and position utilizing a combination of crowns, veneers, bridges, and dental implants. With a full-mouth reconstruction, you can enjoy not just the appearance of a more attractive smile, but also your restored ability to speak and chew normally again. You may also find that your oral health will improve.

Are you a candidate for full-mouth reconstruction?

To determine whether or not you are a candidate for this procedure, we’ll perform an in-depth consultation when you visit us at KK Dental. Our dentist will closely examine your mouth and discuss your goals with you. If a full-mouth reconstruction is an option, a treatment plan can then be created that meets your goals for your smile and suits your needs. Oral health conditions that can be treated through this procedure include:

  • Gum disease
  • Severe tooth decay
  • Tooth erosion
  • Injury or trauma to the mouth
  • TMD (temporomandibular joint disorder)

A combination of cosmetic and restorative dentistry procedures is usually required to successfully rejuvenate a smile with a full-mouth reconstruction.

Full-mouth reconstruction options

Several treatments can be used for a full-mouth reconstruction. Your dentist at KK Dental will discuss your options and educate you on the uses, advantages, and disadvantages of each available treatment so that you can work together to create the most suitable treatment plan for your case. Common options include:

  • Restorative dentistry procedures (such as dental implants, crowns, or bridges)
  • Cosmetic procedures (such as porcelain veneers or teeth whitening)
  • Orthodontic treatments (Invisalign or braces)
  • Gum disease treatment
  • TMD treatment
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