If you have many broken, damaged or missing teeth then a full mouth reconstruction is often the only answer.
This involves a combination of dental treatments which are designed to repair the damage caused as well as giving you a set of healthy teeth and gums.
A full mouth reconstruction can involve implants, veneers, crowns, inlays, onlays and a bridge. As a result of this it requires thorough planning and a high level of skill and expertise on behalf of the dentist.
A full mouth reconstruction is not cheap but is often the only means of restoring the natural function and appearance of your teeth. For many people that is a price worth paying.
‘What does a full mouth reconstruction involve?’ ‘How much will it cost?’ ‘How long will it take?’ These are some of the most commonly asked questions about this extensive procedure.
What is a ‘full mouth reconstruction?’
A full mouth reconstruction is an extensive form of treatment. It is undertaken when a patient has missing, broken or badly worn teeth. What this treatment does is to restore the natural function of the teeth and the gums.
A dentist will put together a treatment plan which is designed to replace damaged or missing teeth, or temporomandibular joint syndrome (TMJ). This includes crowns, bridgework, implants and the replacement of metal fillings.
A full mouth reconstruction can be a costly and lengthy process, taking a year or two to complete.