Full mouth reconstruction
This full mouth reconstruction involves a number of treatments to correct the damaged bite position as well as chipped and broken teeth
Treatment to this full mouth reconstruction varies completely accordingly to patient’s dental problem
Full mouth reconstruction improves the functionality of teeth, cosmetic appearance of teeth, alleviate dental related head ache, neck ache and other health factors like neuromuscular problems associated with improper position of jaw.
How Does Full Mouth Reconstruction work
Generally the dental surgeon will fix any bite problems first. Dentist tries to determine whether you have an improper bite alignment and if there are any such problems, will use lab work and molds to create an orthotic device. Patient’s need for this is also determined with the help of computer scans which access your jaw muscle function
Orthotic device is worn in patient’s mouth for a period of time to reposition the improper jaw to the correct position. This device could either be removed or fixed depending on the patients needs but in general they are not noticeable.
Once bite is corrected using orthotic device, restorations may be applied which includes porcelain veneers, bonding, crowns or onlays. Restorations are made after taking a mold of teeth having crowns or veneers, etc., made in the lab. Once they are made the patient returns to the office and the restorations are applied to the teeth again.
This may take few to several visits depending on the restoration types needed.Full Mouth Reconstruction Cost
Full mouth reconstruction cost varies dramatically according to the number of treatments involved for each individual and then different insurance plans may cover different parts of the entire process. Payment plans are also available if the insurance does not cover the entire treatment cost or for full mouth reconstructions processFull Mouth Reconstruction Symptoms
• Migraines or frequent head ache due to improper jaw alignment
• Frequent problems with chipping cracking or breaking of dental restorations
• Temporomandibular Joint Disorder
• Sore jaw joints
• Unexplained loose teeth
• Facial, shoulder, neck or back pain that may be caused by improper jaw alignment.
Only a dental surgeon familiar with full mouth reconstructions can determine whether if it is a treatment that would help you