Those experiencing severe dental problems may require a full mouth reconstruction. If you require complex or simple treatment in Windsor for your smile, Dr. Stephen Lipman can help. Our dentist will design a unique restorative dentistry treatment plan that will simultaneously address the health, function, and appearance of your teeth and gums.
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A full mouth reconstruction is a comprehensive treatment plan to restore your oral health, including bite and smile. Dr. Stephen Lipman will use a combination of restorative treatments to rejuvenate your smile and self esteem. Each full mouth reconstruction is different, and the procedures and recovery time will depend on your unique needs.
What Is Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Full mouth reconstruction, also called full mouth rehabilitation or full mouth restoration, refers to the process of rebuilding a smile that is in poor dental health. Decay, trauma, injury, erosion, or pain in the jaw and surrounding muscles may all contribute to the need for such comprehensive care. In the event full mouth restoration is needed for a Windsor patient, Dr. Lipman may need to restore all of the teeth in both the upper and lower jaws. Procedures such as the placement of dental crowns, bridges, and implants, along with periodontal treatment of the gums, may be necessary.
Teeth: Upon thorough examination, Dr. Lipman will determine what exactly needs to be done to restore the teeth. Basically, any cracked, chipped, worn, decayed, missing, or inconsistently shaped teeth will be corrected through restorative dentistry.
Gums: Scaling or root planning can treat mild to moderate cases of periodontal disease. More extensive treatment, such as soft tissue or bone grafts, could be required in more extreme cases. The purpose is to make sure your teeth have a strong base on which to rely.
Jaws: A stable bite, free of pain and associated discomfort, should not be underestimated. To correct a case to the contrary, Dr. Lipman may have to provide you with a temporary treatment such as a mouth guard, or direct you to an orthodontist for braces.
Looks: Cosmetic dentistry may be necessary to complete your full mouth reconstruction. Often times, the issues that qualified a full mouth reconstruction may have affected the aesthetics of the smile as well. Treatments like porcelain veneers can make over your teeth quickly, so your smile will not only be healthy and functional, but beautiful!
Our dentist will design a unique restorative dentistry treatment plan that will simultaneously address the health, function, and appearance of your teeth and gums.
Learn More about Full Mouth Reconstruction
A staff member at Family Dentistry of Windsor would be happy to provide you with more information or schedule your full mouth reconstruction consultation. If you reside in Windsor or surrounding Connecticut communities, please contact us today!