Full Mouth Reconstruction
Your mouth has many responsibilities. It allows you to bite and chew your food. Your teeth are necessary for the first stages of digestion, breaking down the foods you eat to make the nutrients easily accessible. Your mouth is responsible for proper speech. It can also make a powerful first impression with your smile. There are several factors that can affect the health and appearance of your mouth. At Neil Starr DDS PC, we can restore your quality of life with a full mouth reconstruction.
Why Do You Need a Full Mouth Reconstruction?A full mouth reconstruction is a procedure that is designed to restore and rebuild the teeth in your upper or lower jaw (or both jaws). It is a customizable procedure that often involves a combination of restorative dentistry, orthodontics, periodontics, endodontics and oral surgery. Full mouth reconstruction is used in a variety of different situations:
Getting Your ExamBefore receiving treatment, a comprehensive oral exam is required. During this exam, we check all areas of your mouth to determine the best treatment(s) for your specific needs. Along with a complete visual exam, we will also take x-ray images, impressions, and pictures. We will look at several different components of your mouth, including:
After the condition of your mouth has been assessed, we can then move forward and develop an appropriate treatment plan. Often, this requires us to work with other specialists (interdisciplinary dentistry). We will outline all of your necessary treatments and determine the order in which they need to occur.
Common Procedures for Full Mouth ReconstructionA full mouth reconstruction is unique to each dental patient, as your specific needs are unique to you. Procedures often take place over a series of dental visits, and treatment can take up to a year or more to achieve the desired results. Procedures that are commonly performed for a full mouth reconstruction include:
If your mouth has been affected by oral health issues, a full mouth reconstruction can restore its aesthetics, functions, and health. Call Neil Starr DDS PC today at (202) 897-0015 to schedule your appointment.
Neil L. Starr, DDS, PC
1234 19th Street N.W. #306
Washington DC, 20036