A Full Mouth Reconstruction Can Address Multiple Oral Health Concerns
Full mouth reconstruction combines procedures to restore oral function and improve the form of your entire smile. Dr. Teddi Olszewski is a skilled dentist who is extensively trained in a wide variety of restorative treatments. Her ability to customize and combine treatments allows her to provide optimal care for each patient. She can plan and complete a personalized full mouth reconstruction at our Northampton, MA, office. This advanced treatment plan allows Dr. Olszewski to address multiple aspects of your oral health. With such a customizable treatment, she can select the appropriate procedures to achieve your oral health and cosmetic goals.
Full mouth reconstruction can eliminate disease, infection, and decay, restore missing teeth, and repair damaged teeth to effectively restore oral health and function.
What Does Full Mouth Reconstruction Entail?
Because full mouth reconstructions are tailored to meet each patient’s individual needs, no two treatment plans are exactly alike. For most patients, multiple restorative treatments are included to repair damage and restore function. Some patients may also include one or more cosmetic procedures. Patients who need a dental bridge, for example, may opt to have their teeth whitened so the dental bridge will match their newly whitened smile. A full mouth reconstruction can involve a wide variety of procedures, including but not limited to:
- Dental crowns
- Dental bridges
- Inlays and onlays
- Dental implants
- Periodontal treatment
- Bone grafting
Dr. Olszewski will work with you to define your desired results and select procedures that can achieve those goals. She will outline every step of the process so you know what to expect. Most full mouth reconstructions are completed in phases for your comfort and to allow proper healing. While Dr. Olszewski may perform two procedures at the same time, your overall treatment plan will likely involve several separate appointments and procedures.
Who is a Candidate for Full Mouth Reconstruction?
The most common candidates for full mouth reconstructions are patients who are suffering from multiple oral health complications at one time. This comprehensive treatment plan is also appropriate for patients who have suffered a great deal of oral or facial trauma. Full mouth reconstruction can eliminate disease, infection, and decay, restore missing teeth, and repair damaged teeth to effectively restore oral health and function.
What Are the Benefits of Full Mouth Reconstruction?
A full mouth reconstruction has both health and aesthetic benefits. In terms of your oral health, a full mouth reconstruction can eliminate current oral health issues, preventing future concerns and creating a strong foundation of oral health. This treatment can also repair old dental work that is causing discomfort. Many patients see a significant drop in pain and discomfort as their treatment plan progresses and each of these issues is addressed.
Full mouth reconstruction combines procedures to restore oral function and improve the form of your entire smile.
Aesthetically, full mouth reconstruction can fill gaps from missing teeth with lifelike restorations and can straighten misaligned teeth. This treatment can also address teeth that are cracked, broken, or worn in a way that affects the aesthetics of your smile. Severely decayed teeth also often become discolored. By removing the decay and capping the tooth with a crown or other restoration, we can whiten your smile, which can make your teeth look as healthier and your smile brighter.
Restore Your Oral Health
If you are suffering from multiple oral health complications and feel overwhelmed by the number of treatments you might need, contact our dental office today to schedule a consultation. Dr. Olszewski can combine necessary treatments into a comprehensive full mouth reconstruction, making the process seem less overwhelming.