When Should I Consider Full Mouth Reconstruction?

kansas city full mouth reconstructionIf you’re injured in an accident or have one or more oral health issues that have grown severe, this could lead to damaged and missing teeth, as well as esthetic complications too. In order to rebuild your smile and improve overall function, health, and beauty, you may need a full mouth reconstruction. In today’s blog, your Kansas City, MO, dentist explains how we completely restore a smile!

Planning Your Treatment

First, we will sit down and talk to you about your smile, and your hopes for improvement. Next, we use digital scanning technology to gather a series of clear and detailed images. These will allow our team to identify the factors behind your oral health issues, and assess their severity. We can then create a personalized treatment plan to help improve the function and beauty of your smile. Many of our procedures take as little as one to two visits to complete.

Restoring Your Teeth

If you have a cavity, then our team could repair the decay in one visit with a tooth-colored dental filling. We also have lifelike crowns, which absorb daily bite forces and blend with your smile. The crowns could address more severe damage. We could use special aligners and appliances to correct any bite imbalance too, prevent issues like TMJ disorder and bruxism down the road. If you have an infection, a root canal could bring relief, and our periodontal treatment could help stop gum disease and prevent complications like bleeding gums and tooth loss.

Esthetic Improvements

Our team also takes the beauty of your smile into consideration. For example, professional teeth whitening could remove discoloration. Single-visit bonding and contouring could repair damage and mask esthetic issues in only one sitting. Using one or more porcelain veneers, we could instantly reshape the teeth and improve overall smile beauty, offering a makeover in two visits. If you have misalignment, then our team could correct the issue with a series of clear and comfortable aligners instead of braces.

Addressing Tooth Loss and Underlying Problems

If you have missing teeth, we could treat the underlying issues behind your tooth loss. We also have custom and lifelike prosthetics to fill the gaps in your smile. For minor tooth loss, we could offer a bridge, and a full or partial denture could address more severe cases. We also provide dental implants, which can replace lost teeth or secure a fixed denture! If you have any questions about full mouth reconstruction, give us a call today.

Do You Have Questions About Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Even if you have multiple serious concerns with your smile, you’re never too late to obtain stunning results. Learn more about how we completely transform your smile by scheduling an appointment by calling Plaza Family Dentistry in Kansas City, MO, at (816) 531-8000.