Published: 11/13/2019

Full Mouth Reconstruction

A full mouth reconstruction is for rebuilding and restoring all teeth in the upper and lower rows of your mouth The process combines aesthetics and the science of restorative dentistry to improve the oral health and functionality of the mouth. This process generally includes the use of dental crowns, bridges, veneers and mini implants. The process will vary from patient to patient and Dr. Douglas Genninger will work with each individual to develop a plan that will work best for them.
In order to proceed with a full mouth reconstruction, a comprehensive exam must be performed to understand the severity of the problem and develop a treatment plan that will work best for each individual. The exam with a look at the condition of your teeth to assess if cavities are present, the extent of tooth decay, if any, misalignment of teeth, and any loose or moving teeth. The patient will also be examined for gum disease to see if extensive periodontal procedures are needed. Also, the shape, color, and size of your teeth will be examined. X-rays, photographs, and impressions of your teeth may also be taken to get the full picture for a treatment plan.

There are several reasons that a full mouth reconstruction may be needed for certain patients. Tooth decay, injuries, teeth grinding and continuous jaw and muscle pain may be some reasons that a full mouth reconstruction is the best option for a patient. Full mouth reconstruction takes longer than most dental procedures. This process can take several months (or even longer) to complete. It is important to provide Dr. Douglas Genninger with as much information as possible to determine if this procedure is right for you.
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