Patients who are struggling with various oral health complications, including decay, tooth loss, or infection, know all too well the challenges of completing everyday tasks like eating and talking. Without a healthy and full smile, you may even experience reduced confidence, which can impact your overall quality of life.
Fortunately, our team at NU Dental Brick can help renew your pearly whites with full mouth reconstruction. We can combine both restorative and cosmetic services to strengthen, rebuild, and beautify compromised teeth. We also utilize modern technology to provide precision care so that you can enjoy a natural-looking, comfortable, and proud smile in the long run. Call us to schedule your consultation or read on to learn more!
Those who have been suffering from complex or severe dental issues that have been present for numerous years can benefit from full mouth reconstruction. Whether you’ve been missing several teeth or experienced decay or infection, our team can help enhance the function and look of your smile. We use advanced technology for precision so that you can enjoy more comfortable and lifelike results. Of course, we’ll need to evaluate your oral health to see if you’re free of any complications that can worsen over time. Once we’ve eliminated any issues like gum disease, decay, or infection, we can develop a plan to rebuild and improve your teeth.
The first part of the process is to have an initial consultation with our team. We’ll assess your oral health, discuss your goals and concerns, and develop a personalized treatment plan to help you achieve your ideal results. We’ll walk you through the kinds of procedures that can help improve your smile, including:
Once we’ve settled on the types of treatments you’ll need, we can begin your streamlined process for upgrading your smile. The amount of time it’ll take to achieve your desired results will depend on the kinds of procedures you undergo. But with our state-of-the-art technology and techniques, you should be able to enjoy a healthier grin in no time.
The overall price of a full mouth reconstruction will vary from patient to patient, as no two smiles are the same. The types of treatments you undergo will also influence the cost. That’s why we’ll walk you through our services and what you can expect to pay for each. We’ll also review your insurance plan, financing options, and any discounts that we might offer that can help make your treatments more affordable.
Full mouth reconstructions are necessarily complicated. Understanding everything that can go into one takes a long time, which is why it’s a good thing that we’re here to help you navigate all the restorative treatments available to you.
Whenever we meet, we’ll take as much time as you need to answer every question that you have. We’ve gotten plenty of them over the years; here are just a few examples.
Obviously, there are several variables that will affect how long it will take for your full mouth reconstruction to be completed. The first is how many teeth are being repaired, as performing several fillings obviously takes more time than just one.
There are also some procedures that can’t be completed within one appointment. Dental crowns, for example, often need to be crafted in a lab and shipped to our office. This means that completing one requires two visits to our office. The more procedures like that you need, the longer the full restoration will take.
A full mouth reconstruction can be done for anyone who is unhappy with their smile, or who have several oral health problems that they’d like to have addressed. However, they’re most useful for patients who have a host of issues and are looking to “start anew.”
Once we’ve spoken to you, we’ll be able to give you a better sense of whether a full mouth reconstruction could be necessary for you.
Undergoing several different dental procedures may sound daunting, but as always, our primary goal is to keep you completely comfortable for the duration of your stay with us. For just about any restorative procedure we’ll perform, from fillings to dental implants, we’ll be sure to numb your mouth so that you won’t experience any discomfort. If you’re ordinarily anxious at the dentist’s office, you may also benefit from sedatives to help you relax during longer procedures.
After the work has been done, you’re likely to experience a little bit of tenderness for a few days. We’ll give you detailed aftercare instructions specific to the procedures you’ve had completed, so be sure to follow those carefully.
If you’ve had a lot of dental work, or any kind of surgery, it’s a good idea to operate off of a restricted diet for a few days. You may have to stick with softer foods, like yogurt, eggs, and smoothies.
After that, your smile should be back in perfect working order. You shouldn’t have any problems eating whatever you want! That said, now that you’ve invested in your dream smile, you may want to start eating a diet that will keep it in good condition.