Full Mouth Restoration
What Is Full Mouth Restoration?
At Oral Solutions NW, we specialize in a treatment concept known as a full mouth reconstruction, which combines cosmetic and restorative procedures to completely overhaul the aesthetics, health, and function of your smile. We may recommend a full mouth reconstruction if you have very few teeth remaining, or problematic teeth that compromise your oral and overall health. Regardless of which treatments you receive, your reconstruction will help give you back a smile you deserve!
What Is a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
A full mouth reconstruction is broad term that refers to a wide variety of treatments designed with the same goal in mind: improving your smile. This concept goes far beyond cosmetics, however. Unlike a smile makeover, a full mouth reconstruction also addresses the function of your teeth, gums, and jaw. Improving your oral health can provide a number of long-term benefits that keep your smile beautiful for years to come.
Who Is in Need of a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
During your initial consultation, Dr. Jeffrey Crowley will be able to determine if you are in need of a full mouth reconstruction. Most consultations for this type of treatment include comprehensive exams, digital x-rays, and even 3D imaging technology like CBCT scans. Once we determine that you are a suitable candidate, we can develop a personalized treatment plan.
A number of our patients have oral health problems that require a comprehensive treatment plan. We may recommend a full mouth reconstruction if you have multiple missing teeth, multiple teeth with significant decay, broken teeth, badly worn teeth, and multiple teeth with large fillings or failing restorations. Other candidates for a full mouth reconstruction include those with congenital issues like ectodermal dysplasia, amelogenesis, and dentinogenesis imperfecta.
Possible Treatments for a Full Mouth Reconstruction
A full mouth reconstruction may involve a series of procedures spread out over several years with multiple dental specialists. As oral surgeons, we specialize primarily in implant dentistry, and other surgical treatments designed to restore function and cosmetics. Possible treatments for your full mouth reconstruction include:
Schedule a Consultation Today!
If you require a full mouth reconstruction, you have come to the right place. Call (971) 447-0164 to schedule your consultation today and learn more about your treatment options!