A full smile is about more than aesthetics. Of course, you want to have a beautiful set of teeth, but you also need your teeth, gums, and jaw bone to be in good shape to maintain good oral health. Missing teeth, bone recession, and infection can cause severe, irreversible damage to your mouth, which can impact the state of your overall well-being.
A full mouth reconstruction can restore a healthy smile, providing cosmetic and restorative benefits. This combination of dental procedures repairs multiple problems at once in your upper and lower jaw.
If you’re interested in a full mouth reconstruction, please contact Drs. Rowe and Baltz in Aurora today at 303-617-9100 to schedule your free restorative dentistry consultation. Our dentists take pride in offering a welcoming atmosphere and provide all procedures in-house so that you can improve your dental health in one convenient location. Highpoint Dental Care serves clients in Aurora, Parker, Green Valley Ranch, and Centennial, Colorado.
Who Needs a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
People of all ages can qualify for a full mouth reconstruction, depending on the extent of damage and number of missing teeth. However, if you’re missing all or most of your teeth, you’ll achieve better results with full or partial dentures. There are a variety of reasons you may need this combination dental procedure including:
- Mouth Injury: Whether you suffered oral trauma while playing a sport or were injured in an accident, you may need several dentistry procedures to get your smile back. These injuries can involve several knocked-out teeth or chips and cracks.
- Tooth Decay & Gum Disease: When caught early, a cavity (tooth decay) can be addressed quite easily with a tooth-colored filling. Better hygiene and regular teeth cleaning and dental exams can reverse early gum disease as well, but when these issues are left to fester, they may require tooth extraction. Our first concern with infections such as these is to prevent it from spreading as soon as possible, which is why seeking help from our emergency dentists is essential. A root canal may be necessary to clean the tooth and remove infected pulp.
- Long-Term Wear: Your teeth naturally wear down as you age, but certain habits can cause your teeth to degrade quickly. If you have acid reflux, enjoy a lot of acidic foods and beverages, your tooth enamel will erode, leaving you with sensitive teeth prone to discoloration. Grinding or clenching your teeth can also cause your teeth to wear down over time. These habits may contribute to disorders of the jaw joints (TMJ dysfunction).
There are plenty of other instances where a full mouth reconstruction may be necessary, and we take pride in customizing a treatment plan for you. During your initial visit, we will discuss your options as well as the estimated price of your procedure(s). We are a family-friendly business that believes in transparency.
What’s in a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
The procedures involved in your full mouth reconstruction will rely heavily on the state of your teeth, gums, and jawbone. Your restorative treatment plan may include:
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A full mouth reconstruction has cosmetic benefits but is necessary to maintain good oral health as you age. The procedures involved in your reconstruction will provide long-lasting and sturdy results, leaving you with a beautiful smile that looks natural.
Schedule your free consultation at Highpoint Dental Care in Aurora today at 303-617-9100 to discuss your full mouth reconstruction options with one of our skilled dentists. Drs. Rowe and Baltz serve patients in Aurora, Green Valley Ranch, Parker, Centennial, and surrounding areas of Colorado.