Allen & Schwarz Dental
Prosthodontists & General and Cosmetic Dentistry located on Central Park South, Manhattan, NY
If you’re missing most of your teeth due to trauma, lifestyle choices, or decay, you may be a candidate for a full mouth reconstruction. At Allen and Schwarz Dental in Central Park South, New York, the dental team can provide you with a full mouth reconstruction by restoring your teeth, bite, and gums to a natural-looking and beautiful smile. To learn more about the procedures involved in a full mouth reconstruction, call the office or schedule your appointment online.
Full Mouth Reconstruction Q & A
What’s a full mouth reconstruction?
A full mouth reconstruction involves a variety of treatments to replace your missing or damaged teeth due to decay, trauma, or gum disease. It’s focused on healing, repairing, and restoring your smile.
There are multiple benefits to a full mouth reconstruction, including:
- More attractive smile
- Improved confidence and self-esteem
- Better well-being and overall health
- Eliminate pain related to your oral health
The main goal of a full mouth reconstruction is to allow you to not have any dietary restrictions because of missing teeth. Additionally, your dentist at Allen and Schwarz Dental takes into consideration restorative procedures and aesthetics to improve your oral health and the beauty of your mouth.
Am I a candidate for a full mouth reconstruction?
The ideal candidate for a full mouth reconstruction requires a variety of dental treatments for the following:
- Cracked or broken teeth
- Jaw dispositioning
- Extensive dental trauma
- Missing teeth
- Excessive teeth grinding
- Temporomandibular joint disorder
The experienced dental and prosthodontic team at Allen and Schwarz Dental does everything they can to save any of the natural teeth you may still have.
What can I expect during my full mouth reconstruction?
The first step in having a full mouth reconstruction is to schedule a consultation with the dental team to determine what treatments you’d need. They’ll take X-rays of your mouth and make models of any remaining teeth.
Some of the most common procedures done during a full mouth reconstruction include:
- Cavity fillings
- Dental crowns
- Dental bridges
- Scaling and root planing
- Dental implants
- Orthodontic care
- Root canal therapy
- Dental veneers
- Bone grafting
- Periodontal care
- Teeth whitening
Because of the extensive amount of procedures involved, your full mouth reconstruction can take multiple visits throughout a number of months to complete.
What can I expect after my full mouth reconstruction?
It’s important you focus on developing proper oral health habits such as brushing your teeth twice a day along with flossing and using mouthwash once a day. Additionally, it’s important you have semiannual dental checkups. This is where your dentist can check to see if any of your dental work needs repairs.
A full mouth reconstruction can help improve your physical and emotional quality of life. To learn more, call Allen and Schwarz Dental today or schedule your appointment online.