Do You Need Full Mouth Reconstruction?
Full mouth reconstruction involves a number of dental procedures and may be deemed necessary for patients with serious dental issues. Full reconstruction may include anything from simple fillings to implants, crowns, dental bridges and more or a combination of these.
A dentist will only consider full mouth reconstruction for suitable candidates such as those who:
- Have damaged, chipped, broken, cracked or missing teeth
- Have serious tooth decay
- Have severe gum disease
These are the “top candidates for full mouth reconstruction” but others who may benefit include patients with badly worn teeth or problems with the temporomandibular joint which joins the skull to the jawbone.
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