What is A Full-Mouth Reconstruction?
Reconstruction of your entire mouth may enhance the appearance, function, and overall health of your teeth, gums, and jaw. This could improve your chewing, biting, and speech, plus give you a more attractive grin. Full-mouth reconstruction at KFA Dental Excellence can contain inlays and onlays, bridges, crowns, veneers, implants, dentures, and many other procedures as necessary to meet your specific needs. Certain reconstruction procedures could even contain a gum or bone graft. As an experienced dental team, we offer full-mouth reconstruction for those near Farmingdale, NY. This can help to rejuvenate your oral health and freshen up the look of your smile.
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Can I Get a Full-Mouth Reconstruction?
You might be a good candidate for a full-mouth reconstruction if you have lost a few teeth or have several teeth with larger fillings that need to be replaced. You might also be a good candidate if you have teeth with significant decay or have cracked, broken, or badly worn-down teeth. Dental ailments or a hereditary disorder that causes teeth to never develop, teeth that are too small, or translucent or discolored teeth would all require extensive restoration. Some people find themselves wanting a full-mouth reconstruction to replace old crowns, or just to improve the comfort of their mouth in general.
How Will My Full-Mouth Reconstruction Work?
After examining your gums, teeth, and jaw, one of our skilled dentists may recommend a full-mouth reconstruction. This personalized treatment program will be made to fit the needs of your own teeth, gums, TMJ (temporomandibular joints), facial muscles, and dental bite. We will provide treatment, therapy, and sedation recommendations during your consultation to ensure your treatment strategy fits your wants, goals, and concerns. From there, your full-mouth reconstruction will be scheduled. You should expect it to take a few visits to KFA Dental Excellence in order to complete your full-mouth reconstruction.
What Will My Full-Mouth Reconstruction Recovery Be Like?
Since your full-mouth reconstruction will likely take a number of appointments, your KFA Dental Excellence dentist will explain what to expect and how to take care of your mouth. We may prescribe antibiotics or pain medication if it is a necessary component of recovery. You may experience some swelling or discomfort following your procedures. Implant placement will likely make it hard to chew so a liquid or soft food diet might be right for you in that case. After your full-mouth reconstruction is fully complete, it's important that you keep up your oral health with good brushing and flossing at home. Annual dental examinations and biannual cleanings will be beneficial as well.
Full-Mouth Reconstruction FAQ
What procedures are associated with a full-mouth reconstruction?
A full-mouth reconstruction treatment plan recommended by KFA Dental Excellence may involve several treatment options, including any or all of the following:
- Dental bridges
- Dental crowns
- Dental implants
- Inlays and onlays
- Gum contouring
During an in-depth appointment at KFA’s Farmingdale, NY facility, our team will assess the current status of your teeth and mouth to decide which treatments are ideal for your conditions and concerns.
How long does it take to recover from a full-mouth reconstruction?
Your total recovery time will vary depending on what procedures are in your treatment plan. You may need several treatment sessions for various parts of your plan with a more extensive treatment roadmap. KFA Dental Excellence will provide the required aftercare instructions to help you recuperate properly and thoroughly.
Should I get cosmetic dental procedures following my full-mouth reconstruction?
After work has been concluded by the KFA team to restore the full function of the teeth and mouth, many patients decide to add one or more cosmetic dental procedures to their full mouth reconstruction. In a lot of cases, individuals add teeth whitening, dental bonding, and/or tooth-colored fillings to replace old metal fillings.
If you have cracked, broken, missing, or even translucent teeth that are making it hard for you to put on your best smile, a full-mouth reconstruction at KFA Dental Excellence may be perfect for you. We urge you to schedule an appointment at our Farmingdale, NY office today. Our highly educated dentists can help you create a unique treatment plan to fit your wants and goals at our state-of-the-art facility. We want you to enjoy a beautiful, healthy smile.