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Full Mouth Reconstruction In One Day

describe the imageMany people looking into full mouth reconstruction, also known as full mouth restoration, get the impression that it’s an extensive procedure that could take weeks or months, not to mention multiple costly visits to your cosmetic dentist. But that’s not necessarily the case. The truth is, depending on how extensive the damage to your teeth, you could have a full mouth reconstruction procedure and dental implants in a day.

Low-impact full mouth reconstruction

For example, if your dental damage is minimal — where your bite and jaw position are normal and functional and there is no bone loss or infection in your gums — you are a good candidate for low-impact full mouth reconstruction. With this one-day procedure, your broken and damaged teeth are removed and replaced with dental implants inserted into the bone in each socket. Once your new dental implants are in place, crowns or bridges are applied to recreate your healthy mouth. In fact, since your dental implants are molded specifically to your mouth, function and appearance are not just restored, they are usually improved.

In order to speed up the process and ensure that your low-impact full mouth reconstruction only takes a single day, your dentist must perform extensive pre-planning required before your surgery. This planning period usually includes X-Rays, dental impressions and a CT scan.

With low-impact full mouth reconstructions, your recovery time is often as short as a few weeks and downtime is minimal; in many cases you can return to work the same day.

After the procedure, you should care of your reconstructed mouth the same way as your normal teeth:

  • Brushing and flossing daily
  • Visiting your dentist as many times as necessary to maintain your oral health
  • Be sure to ask your dentist about any additional recommended care considerations

Once you’ve fully recovered, you should have a mouth full of dental implants that look, feel and function better than your original teeth; restored to their optimal shade, shape, length and position. Plus, with the right care, your new dental implants will last a lifetime.

With low-impact full mouth reconstruction, there’s no reason to walk out of your dentist’s office feeling embarrassed or fearful. Since the entire procedure is taken care of in a single day, you don’t have to worry about living with gaps, missing teeth or temporary dentures.

Looking for the best dentist to perform your full mouth reconstruction in Philadelphia or Paoli, PA? Look no further. Amsterdam Dental Group is the region’s premiere cosmetic dentist.

To learn more about our unique, low-impact approach to full mouth reconstruction or to schedule a consultation, call 215-568-8130 or email Amsterdam Dental, Philadelphia’s best dentists.


Full Mouth Reconstruction: Who’s A Candidate?

full mouth reconstruction resized 600The term full mouth reconstruction, sometimes called full mouth rehabilitation, refers to a series of dental procedures designed to restore or improve oral health and function.

These periodontal and prosthodontic procedures typically include dental implants, crowns, bridges, veneers and/or oral and periodontal surgery to treat dental diseases and aesthetic problems.

So what are the causes? Who is a candidate? There are a number of factors that might contribute to the need for full mouth reconstruction. Some common causes include:

• Extensive tooth decay
• Gum disease or oral infections
• Missing teeth
• Cosmetic dental problems
• Major dental trauma resulting in injured or fractured teeth
• Erosion due to poor diet or acid reflux
• Ongoing headache, muscle or jaw pain requiring bite adjustment

If you are experiencing any of the conditions above and think you might be a candidate for full mouth reconstruction, the first step is to schedule a consultation with your dentist. He or she should be able to determine the extent of the problem by evaluating the overall appearance and condition of your teeth, gum tissue, joints/jaw muscles and smile.

Based on this initial evaluation, the best dentists work with you to develop a specialized treatment plan that takes all your needs into consideration. Once a treatment plan is in place, your full mouth restoration may take several months, depending on the number of procedures required.

It’s important not to rush the process. While many of the procedures may be considered cosmetic dentistry, in most cases, they are required in order to improve, restore or maintain your essential oral health and function.

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