What is a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Full Mouth reconstruction

A full mouth reconstruction, also known as full mouth rehabilitation or restoration, is a comprehensive dental treatment that addresses and restores the function, health, and aesthetics of the entire mouth. It involves a combination of restorativecosmetic, and neuromuscular procedures to address various dental issues and create a harmonious, functional, and aesthetically pleasing smile.

What’s the Difference Between Full Mouth Reconstruction and Smile Makeover?

While both full mouth reconstruction and smile makeover aim to enhance the appearance of the smile, they differ in scope and purpose.

A full mouth reconstruction is a broader and more extensive process that focuses on restoring overall oral health, function, and aesthetics. It often involves addressing structural issues, such as missing teeth, bite problems, and gum disease.

On the other hand, a smile makeover is primarily cosmetic, targeting specific aspects of the smile, such as tooth color, shape, and alignment, without necessarily addressing underlying health issues.

What Procedures are Included in a Full Mouth Rehabilitation?

A full mouth rehabilitation may include a combination of the following procedures:

Dental ImplantsFor replacing missing teeth and restoring proper oral function.

Crowns and BridgesTo repair and restore damaged or missing teeth.

Dental VeneersFor enhancing the appearance of teeth by addressing issues like discoloration and misalignment.

Orthodontic Treatments: To correct bite issues, misalignments, and malocclusions.

Periodontal TherapyTreating gum disease and ensuring healthy gums.

TMJ/TMD TreatmentsAddressing temporomandibular joint disorders for improved jaw function.

DenturesFor patients with multiple missing teeth, providing a removable or fixed prosthetic solution.

How Long Does Full Mouth Reconstruction Take?

The duration of a full mouth reconstruction varies based on the complexity of the case and the specific treatments involved. It can range from several weeks to several months, and the timeline will be determined during the initial consultation and treatment planning phase.

How Much Does it Cost for Full Mouth Reconstruction?

The cost of full mouth reconstruction varies widely depending on the individual’s oral health, the extent of required treatments, and the chosen procedures. It is essential to consult with a dentist or dental specialist to receive a personalized treatment plan and a detailed cost estimate.

Is Full Mouth Reconstruction Covered by Dental Insurance?

Insurance coverage for full mouth reconstruction varies, and it often depends on the specific procedures needed and the terms of the insurance plan. While some procedures may be covered, others may be considered elective or cosmetic and may not be covered. It is advisable to check with the insurance provider for details on coverage and potential out-of-pocket expenses.

Who Requires a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

A full mouth reconstruction is typically recommended for individuals with extensive dental issues, including:

  • Severe tooth decay or damage
  • Multiple missing teeth
  • Bite problems or malocclusion
  • Chronic jaw pain or TMJ issues
  • Advanced gum disease

A comprehensive evaluation by a dentist or dental specialist will determine whether a full mouth reconstruction is the most appropriate solution for an individual’s oral health needs.

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