A full mouth reconstruction combines several restorative procedures to restore a patient’s oral health and function.
If you are missing many or all of your teeth, then you may need a full mouth reconstruction. A full mouth reconstruction replaces all of your teeth, both your upper and lower teeth. A full set of teeth is essential for a healthy and beautiful smile.
There are three main reasons why you should undergo full mouth reconstruction:
How is Full Mouth Reconstruction Done?
Full mouth reconstruction (FMR) is a dental treatment plan that combines several cosmetic and restorative dental procedures to address many different dental problems at once. FMR treatments can repair tooth decay, fix chipped, broken, or missing teeth, make the smile more aesthetically pleasing, and improve overall oral health.
The procedure of full mouth reconstruction begins with a full mouth dental examination, including x-rays and dental impressions. Then, your dentist will put together a treatment plan that outlines every procedure necessary to restore your smile.
Full mouth reconstruction is a complex procedure and can require multiple treatments. However, the process will be tailored to your individual needs and can include the following:
A full mouth reconstruction is a multi-step treatment plan that is designed to fully restore your oral health and function. The procedure restores the function and appearance of your teeth, allowing you to eat and speak with greater ease. It also improves your facial appearance, making you appear healthier and more youthful. Some of the advantages of a full mouth reconstruction include:
At LAGOS Periodontics & Dental Implants, Rodrigo A. Lagos, DDS, MS, practices a full scope of periodontics with expertise in preventive periodontics, cosmetic periodontal surgery, gum grafting, and dental implants. To schedule an appointment, call us at 760-568-3421 or visit our practice at 36945 Cook St.Suite 101, Palm Desert, CA 92260.
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