Cosmetic, Implant, and General Dentists located in Tyler, TX
If you’ve suffered a major injury to your mouth resulting in many broken teeth, a full mouth reconstruction including more than one procedure is probably in order. Even if your teeth simply wear down over time, the team at Swinney Dental in Tyler, Texas, can create a multifaceted strategy toward optimal aesthetics and function. Book your consultation for a full mouth reconstruction by the team at Swinney Dental by phone or online today.
Full Mouth Reconstruction
What is a full mouth reconstruction?
Full mouth reconstruction is a comprehensive process aimed at making all necessary improvements to the structure of your mouth. The process typically takes some time, but the end result is a stunning difference in the way your teeth look and function.
Full mouth reconstructions are not to be confused with smile makeovers. While both are processes involving more than one procedure to make an improvement, smile makeovers are purely cosmetic. Full mouth reconstructions are necessary to preserve your natural teeth and optimize the way you chew and speak.
What is involved in a full mouth reconstruction?
Your full mouth reconstruction is entirely personalized to fit your unique needs. The Swinney Dental team examines your teeth thoroughly and can use imaging like digital X-rays or CT scans to view your jaw, tissues, and other internal structures.
Then, they decide which procedure or procedures to use for your advanced reconstruction. They can also call in other specialists to aid in an interdisciplinary approach to your reconstruction.
Common procedures involved in full mouth reconstructions are:
- Orthodontics (braces, Invisalign®)
- Dental implants
- Jaw repositioning surgery
- Gum contouring
If you need several procedures, the team will usually book them several weeks apart to allow time for healing in between procedures. The team maps out your process so you know what to expect from start to finish.
Do I need a full mouth reconstruction?
Full mouth reconstructions are necessary in a number of cases. The team at Swinney Dental tells you if a reconstruction would benefit you or save you from later complications. A full mouth reconstruction could be necessary to restore the form, function, and aesthetics of your teeth if you:
- Are missing several teeth
- Have broken or worn-down fillings
- Have worn-down teeth due to grinding or acid erosion
- Have several broken teeth
- Have several decayed teeth
Even if it seems like your teeth still work the way they should, these issues can put you at risk of needing extensive dental work down the line. A full mouth reconstruction can help you avoid other injuries and restore your ability to chew your food adequately. Plus, your reconstructed smile will boost your confidence in your appearance.
To get started on your personalized series of solutions to broken or worn teeth, call Swinney Dental or book your consultation for a full mouth reconstruction online today.
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