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Full Mouth Reconstruction Steps By Kenneth Malament on September 25, 2021

Man smiling in dental chair during procedureYou don’t have to live with cracked, missing, or decayed teeth. A full mouth reconstruction is a comprehensive treatment that will identify and permanently treat the oral health issues that led to these adverse effects

At Boston Prosthodontics Dental Group in Boston, MA, will handle your care with compassion as we combine restorative, cosmetic, and prosthetic dentistry to carefully craft a brilliant custom smile for you.

Because no two plans are alike, you can be assured that your new smile will complement your natural mouth shape as well as solve any ongoing dental issues you may be facing. Your doctor will determine the overall condition of your teeth and make recommendations based on these clinical full mouth reconstruction steps for your care:

3 Clinical Steps for Reconstruction

  • Consultation and custom reconstruction plan. First,we will conduct a total examination and discussion of your goals so we can design your new smile.
  • Completion of dental procedures. This may include any combination of bonding, crowns, implants, whitening, veneers, bone grafting, fillings, dentures, and more. 
  • Follow-ups and oral maintenance. Most restorations require multiple appointments, check-ups, and diligent oral care to ensure a healthy smile for the rest of your life. 

Our Boston office strives to provide you the best care and aims to give you the facts you need to make the best choices about your oral health. Read more about how our dentists will assess your case and recommend treatment.

Consultation and Custom Reconstruction Plan

We can’t begin any procedure without first addressing the issues that led to the dental problems in the first place. During your appointment, we’ll assess your overall tooth and gum health, bite, and general aesthetics of your smile. This is a great opportunity to share with us any aspirations you have for your future smile, discomfort from your current one, anxieties about your reconstruction, plus cost, financing, and a timeline for your treatment.

Completion of Dental Procedures

Since your custom reconstruction plan will be entirely unique to you, this is only a broad overview of what you might experience. 

Most plans include some combination of periodontal care to treat any underlying gum disease followed by fillings, crowns, dental implants, and dentures to fix discoloration, crooked, chipped, or missing teeth. In cases of bone atrophy or deterioration, we may recommend a sinus lift or bone grafts to restore your natural face shape and provide a frame for implants. 

Follow-Ups and Maintenance

Your follow-up appointments and ongoing check-ups will ensure that you are healing properly and that your restorations are as comfortable and natural-feeling as they should be. Our office will be with you every step of the way to ensure that this smile is your forever smile. 

Book an Appointment 

If you have several oral health issues to treat at once, damaged or missing teeth, or are struggling with old dental work, then a full mouth reconstruction might be the best way to restore your confidence and quality of life through your smile. 

Even in cases of jawbone loss, TMJ disorder, and severe gum disease, a reconstruction can restore your overall oral health. To schedule your consultation, call our office in Boston at (617) 523-5451 or send our staff a message online to discuss your new smile. 

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At the Boston Prosthodontics Dental Group, we pride ourselves on providing the highest possible standard of care for all of our patients. Our team of doctors is affiliated with a variety of prestigious organizations, including:

  • The American Board of Prosthodontics
  • American College of Prosthodontists
  • Academy of Osseointegration

For more information about our services, contact us online or call (617) 523-5451 today.

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