September 11, 2019
Have you ever heard of a full mouth reconstruction and wonder what it was or if it is a good option for you to pursue? In this article, we’ve outlined a few key factors about the treatment to help you better understand what the process consists of and how it can help you regain your smile.
Generally, a full mouth reconstruction is implemented when:
On average most full mouth reconstruction cases are executed in a series of phases. The entire process can last up to 12 months with specific cases sometimes lasting longer. Some of the procedures may include:
Before you undergo the treatment there are a few things that should be addressed. Any form of periodontal issues that you might have should be taken care of before the procedure. The restoration will not last if your gums are not in good health. Cavities, decayed teeth, cracks, or root canal issues should also be treated before your operation. If you suffer from TMJ or other issues with your bite those should be corrected before as well.
If you are interested in a full mouth reconstruction and would like more information, contact our offices conveniently located in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. One of our amazing team members will help you schedule an appointment with Dr. Hogan.