Full Mouth Implant Reconstruction
What is Full Mouth Implant Reconstruction?
A full mouth reconstruction, which is more commonly called a smile makeover, is a treatment that involves completely revamping a patient’s smile. Unfortunately, smiles can become dull or unsightly over time, whether this is caused by bad habits or chipping or losing a tooth. Full mouth implant reconstructions allow the appearance and the function of your smile to be fully restored, replacing missing and broken teeth to give you a full, dazzling smile. The amount of work that needs to be done varies from individual to individual, as every smile and case is unique. You may need one or two procedures to completely restore your smile, while someone else needs four or five.
Why is Full Mouth Implant Reconstruction needed?
There are both cosmetic and restorative benefits to having a smile makeover done with dental implants. For instance, restoring your smile can improve your confidence and have you feeling better about yourself. Replacing mixing and broken teeth will make eating and chewing more comfortable. You can feel confident showing off your smile after it’s been restored and reconstructed.
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Who is a good candidate for Full Mouth Implant Reconstruction?
The best way for us to determine if you might benefit from a full mouth implant reconstruction is with an exam. This allows us to see if you need reconstruction and if so, which procedures are right for you. Depending on the number of implants that you need placed and the other work that needs to be done, the time the treatment will take varies. Most makeovers are ideal for adult patients who are healthy enough to undergo these treatments.
What happens during Full Mouth Implant Reconstruction?
The process starts with a consultation. We get to know you and your unique needs to see what type of work has to be done. We then schedule you to begin treatment according to your goals. We will determine how to best reconstruct your smile using implants and other restorations, fitting with your individual budget and needs. You will first have any work done needed to prepare your mouth for the implants, including bone grafting, extractions, or various other procedures. Next, you will have the implants placed, which will be given between 3 and 6 months to heal and integrate with the bone. Finally, once the implants have healed, you will have your restorations placed, and will be able to leave the office with a full, dazzling new smile.
If you think you might benefit from full mouth implant reconstruction, call our office today and one of our team members will be happy to assist you.