Full mouth dental reconstruction works to resolve a patient’s dental issues.  This can involve oral surgery, repairing broken teeth, and even replace missing teeth.  It will also address any oral health conditions, such as infections or dental decay.  The procedure, or series of procedures, address both oral health and aesthetic issues. 

What is Full Mouth Dental Reconstruction?

Full mouth dental reconstruction is sometimes referred to as full mouth restoration.  The oral surgeon will repair or restore any missing or broken teeth.  They will also work to improve dental function and overall oral health.  Aesthetically, they will also work to improve facial appearance. 

Any patient with broken or missing teeth should consider reconstruction work.  Not only does it affect the appearance of your smile, but it can also improve your chewing ability, as well as your overall oral health.   

What Procedures are Involved in a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

As every patient is different, different techniques will be used for a full mouth reconstruction.  This may include deep cleaning, bone grafting, extractions, and root canal therapy.  Your oral surgeon will assess your situation and develop a plan that meets your specific needs. 

The assessment will cover the current state of the teeth, jaw muscles, and temporomandibular joint, as well as, any tooth decay.  Patients should expect that x-rays and possibly a dental impression will be used during the assessment.  They will also address aesthetic issues to help improve your smile.

Full Mouth Restoration Candidates

Full mouth restoration procedures are appropriate for a wide range of people with diverse dental problems.  While many are dealing with broken or missing teeth and periodontal disease, there are conditions such as amelogenesis or ectodermal dysplasia, that can be addressed with full mouth restoration. 

People suffering with bruxism can also benefit from dealing with teeth worn out due to excessive grinding.  The process can help address and correct bite issues, gum problems, and temporomandibular joint-related issues.  Patients can expect the whole process to take several months, depending on the issues that they are addressing.  This also relieves the patient from undergoing lengthy procedures for many hours at a time. 

Types of Treatments

Oral surgeons offer many services depending on their client’s needs.  Every patient will be different.  For instance, a patient with oral cancer will have very different treatments in full mouth restoration to repair damaged structures in the mouth, compared to someone without oral cancer.  Dr. Sedaros and his team will develop a treatment plan that meets your oral health and aesthetic needs.  This means that there will be no surprises along the way. 

Cost of Full Mouth Reconstruction

This is based on the individualized needs of each patient.  The factors will vary based on the recommended treatment methods, dental materials, and types of sedation that may be required.  All of these variables will affect the cost of the total procedure.  However, as many procedures will be spread out, the cost can also be spread out over time. 

When you visit with Dr. Sedaros and his team, you will be able to get an understanding of the cost of the full mouth reconstruction so that you can enter the process with clear expectations.  Following treatment, there will be instructions on how to ensure the healing process is going well. 

Improving Your Oral Health At Sedaros

For dental surgery, many residents in Brevard County trust Dr. Sedaros and his team to help address any dental concerns they may have. Dr. Sedaro’s expertise includes corrective jaw surgery and dental implant surgery, as well as wisdom teeth removal. Dr. Sedaros can also treat facial and dental injuries and conditions such as TMJ. Improving your oral health starts by taking the first step to contact the professionals at Sedaros Oral Surgery. Call us today or reach out to us online to get started on your path to a beautiful smile!