Full Mouth Reconstruction
Full mouth reconstruction can be a lifechanging procedures for many of our clients. If you have too many teeth on your mouth that has caused a crooked smile, you may be reluctant to smile freely due to being self-conscious about your smile. You may also have a number of gaps in your teeth, which cause you to only smile with a closed mouth. Our team are here to help you for get those worries and gain a newly found sense of confidence that lets your personality shine just as brightly as your new smile.
The first step any professional will take when considering a full mouth reconstruction is to conduct a thorough assessment of the clients mouth. This generally involves a visual inspection as well as x-rays so that we can see what is going on under the surface of your gums. By completing this mouth inspection, we are able to give our clients professional expert advice on how we believe it would be best to reconstruct your smile which will have a long lasting effect. At this point we will also examine your gums to confirm that there is no gum disease present.
In the instance where tooth removal is required, we take great care in examining the mouth and great precision in deciding which teeth are required to be removed. Teeth are not just taken out at random to make enough room in your mouth for your smile, but are carefully inspected to ensure that the correct teeth are remaining to ensure that you have a full smile that is also functional for every day use like speaking and eating. When we remove teeth we use a local anesthetic to help numb the area before extractions take place. This makes for a much more comfortable experience for our clients.
When the troublesome or additional teeth have been removed, we can then start on the process of restructuring your smile. The use of Invisalign is a great option for adults who are not interested in the appearance of braces. Invisalign is a solution that is not visible to the naked eye which is great for those working in a customer facing or professional position where appearance matters. Although it is unable to be seen by others, it will be hard at work to perfectly align your teeth within your mouth, creating that picture perfect smile you have been dreaming of.
Keeping your teeth and mouth healthy is especially important when you are working through the process of a complete mouth reconstruction. As the teeth and gums are being moved and manipulated, if you are not taking care of your teeth and gums you are leaving yourself open to infection. Any infection can cause issues with the overall process and is something that can be avoided with proper dental hygiene. You will need to bush, floss and use mouthwash daily to ensure that you are keeping your teeth and gums healthy.