Am I a Candidate for Full Mouth Reconstruction?

If you’re missing multiple teeth, have problems with your bite, or are just not happy with your smile overall, full mouth reconstruction might be for you. Find out if you’re a candidate for this dental procedure.

70% of adults 65 and over, and 47% of adults 30 and over, have some form of periodontal, or gum, disease. Periodontal disease — in addition to tooth decay and dental trauma — can lead to tooth loss, and research shows that 120 million Americans are missing at least one tooth, with 36 million Americans missing all their teeth.

Having missing or damaged teeth or having problems with your gums or bite can make it difficult to eat and talk properly, not to mention it can wear on your self-esteem and quality of life.

Full mouth reconstruction is a great option for helping you achieve your smile goals, and our expert team at Wilshire Park Dental Group provides this dental procedure in order to help you get your best — and healthiest — smile yet.

What is full mouth reconstruction?

Full mouth reconstruction — also referred to as full mouth rehabilitation or restoration — is a series of dental procedures used to restore all of your teeth in both your upper and lower jaws.

Full mouth reconstruction can include treatments like teeth whitening, veneers, crowns, dentures, and implant and ceramic restorations. Your provider can help come up with a plan that’s customized exactly for your oral health needs.

Who qualifies for full mouth reconstruction?

You can consider full mouth reconstruction if you fall under any of the following categories:

  • You have cracked or broken teeth
  • You’ve lost teeth due to oral cancer
  • Your teeth have worn down due to bruxism (teeth grinding)
  • You have teeth with multiple fillings that aren’t functioning like they should
  • You struggle with jaw pain and headaches due to bite problems (occlusion)

You also can qualify for full mouth reconstruction if you have a genetic condition such as ectodermal dysplasia.

When you choose full mouth reconstruction, your provider reviews your medical history and makes sure you’re in good health for the multiple procedures you’ll have to undergo.

Why should you choose full mouth reconstruction?

Full mouth reconstruction has a myriad of benefits. Here are a few:

  • It’s long-lasting
  • It boosts your confidence
  • It improves your talking and chewing abilities

In addition, full mouth reconstruction can improve your overall oral health by providing protection for your gums and existing teeth.

If you’d like more information on full mouth reconstruction, or if you want to find out if you qualify for this restoration, call our office located in Los Angeles, California or use our online scheduler to request an appointment today.

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