Full Mouth Reconstruction

Full Mouth Reconstruction | Pinnacle Oral Surgery Specialist | Rockwall & Sulphur Springs

Your mouth is an essential part of your body. Along with eating and speaking, a beautiful smile can go a long way in creating a good first impression. Many factors can affect the beauty, function, and health of your mouth, from tooth decay and gum disease to injury, even age. All of these factors quickly lead to a less than desirable smile. At Pinnacle Oral Surgery Specialist, we can perform a full mouth reconstruction, and restore the health, beauty, and function of your smile!

What Is a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Full mouth reconstruction is a procedure that involves rebuilding and restoring your entire mouth. It is similar to a smile makeover, but a full mouth reconstruction focuses on the health of your mouth, along with the appearance of your smile. The exact procedures vary depending upon your unique needs, but it can involve rebuilding your upper and lower jaws, fixing oral health issues and restoring or replacing damaged or missing teeth. Our team of specialists is highly experienced and can meet all of your mouth reconstruction needs.

Types of Procedures Involved

There are many procedures that can be involved in a full mouth reconstruction and the procedures used for your mouth are customized to meet your specific needs. Full mouth reconstruction includes such procedures as:

  • Aesthetic restorations for teeth—crowns, veneers, dental bonding, and composite resin fillings
  • Tooth whitening
  • Periodontal treatment
  • Gum recontouring
  • Root canal treatment
  • Orthodontic treatments such as braces or aligners
  • Dental implants
  • Oral surgery to reposition the jaw and fix a misaligned bite

Candidates for Full Mouth Reconstruction

Candidates for full mouth reconstruction have experienced the loss of teeth and have teeth that have experienced damage, whether from wear, bruxism, or erosion. You may be experiencing severe jaw pain, or pain in the joint, a condition known as temporomandibular disorder. We will conduct a thorough evaluation to determine if a full mouth reconstruction is right for you. This exam consists of:

Checking the overall appearance of your mouth. We will look at the general appearance of your teeth, noting teeth that are misshapen or discolored. We will also look at your face to see if anything looks off balance.

Checking your teeth. We will inspect your teeth for signs of decay and other damages, such as cracks, chips, and fractures. Depending on the issues found, we can determine the best restorative options.

Checking your gums. We will also inspect your gums, checking for signs of gum disease, recession, and anything else that appears odd, such as lesions.

Evaluating your jaw. With the use of x-rays, we can evaluate the condition of your jaw. We can check for bone loss, alignment issues or fractures. We can also examine the periodontal ligaments that hold your teeth in place and check for signs of infection.

Throughout the exam, we will take images of your mouth, x-rays, and impressions. These will allow us to develop a comprehensive treatment plan that will provide you with the best possible results.

Your Full Mouth Reconstruction

The procedures used for your full mouth reconstruction are unique to your needs. Typically, even with many procedures involved, treatment can be completed in as little as 2 to 3 visits. Healing times will vary depending upon if you need an extraction, implants, or oral surgery to fix a misaligned bite. We will provide you with aftercare instructions for any surgical procedures and schedule follow-up visits to ensure that your smile becomes everything you want it to be.

If your smile is suffering at the hands of several different oral health issues, full mouth reconstruction may be for you. Contact Pinnacle Oral Surgery Specialist today to schedule your consultation!