Making Plans To Undergo A Full Mouth Reconstruction

Making Plans To Undergo A Full Mouth Reconstruction

Posted April 27, 2016 by Wager-Evans Dental

making plans to undergo a full mouth reconstruction If you have allowed problems with your oral health to accumulate, you may need to undergo a series of treatments before you can enjoy real restoration. Your problems can also be a combination of cosmetic and health-related issues. By seeking a full mouth reconstruction, you and your dentist can coordinate on a plan to put you through the necessary treatments you need. After determining what procedures you require, and working out a schedule for administering them, you and your dentist can begin working to you return you to good health.

Restoring Your Oral Health

Before you can address problems with your appearance, your dentist will target any active health concerns with your teeth. These treatments will depend on the severity of the problems. For smaller cavities, your dentist can treat your tooth with a filling. More advanced decay can warrant a root canal, and restoration with a dental crown. Treatment can be provided for gum disease as well.

Working To Provide A Better-Looking Smile

Once you no longer have matters of oral health to address, you and your dentist can discuss cosmetic dentistry procedures. Porcelain veneers can make notable improvements to your overall smile by covering up a range of disruptive visual flaws.

Helping You Keep On Top Of Your Oral Health Going Forward

Continuing to see your dentist after your reconstruction is complete will help ensure that problems do not accumulate again. Preventive and restorative dental treatments are available to keep your teeth in good health. People are commonly advised to see their dentist on a semiannual basis.