Full mouth restoration, full mouth rehabilitation, and full mouth reconstruction are terms that are all used to describe the restoration of the teeth in the upper jaw and lower jaw while carefully considering your smile, speech, bite, facial support, and jaw joints.
Full Mouth Reconstruction at Padron Dental in Rockford
Full mouth restoration, full mouth rehabilitation, and full mouth reconstruction are terms that are all used to describe the restoration of the teeth in the upper jaw and lower jaw while carefully considering your smile, speech, bite, facial support, and jaw joints. The objective and goal are that the entire system of the mouth and oral structures will be considered, considering each everyday function such as chewing, speech, smiling, joint health, and the life expectancy of procedures planned.
The entire team at Padron Dental enjoy helping people in a field where they can apply knowledge, art, science, and beauty. Padron Dental specializes in prosthodontics, which is the treatment and handling of dental and facial problems that involve restoring missing tooth and jaw structure. A prosthodontist is highly trained in cosmetics, dental implants, crowns, bridges, dentures, temporomandibular disorders (TMJ/TMD), and more. We offer you comprehensive dental care in the convenience of one location utilizing the latest techniques in cosmetic, preventative, restorative, and implant dentistry. Call us today at 815-397-3820 to schedule your appointment to evaluate whether you might benefit from a full mouth reconstruction. We are conveniently located at 419 N. Mulford Rd, #5, Rockford, IL, 61007.
Full mouth reconstruction can be completed with your natural teeth, dental implants, or a combination of both. If you require reconstruction and still have natural teeth, the team at Padron Dental will do an extensive evaluation to determine which procedure, or combination of procedures, will be in your best interests to make the restorations work in harmony and leave you with a healthy smile.
Are You a Candidate for a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
There are several assorted reasons you may need a full mouth reconstruction and rehabilitation and a few of those reasons are:
- You have lost teeth through infection of the gums, bacterial decay, or unfortunate trauma.
- Your teeth have become chipped, cracked, fractured, or injured to the point that they can no longer be recovered.
- The excessive wearing down of the teeth enamel. This can be from too much acid erosion from drinking soda or eating acidic foods such as citrus fruit and others. Tooth grinding during both the day and in your sleep at night is also a factor in the erosion of your natural enamel.
- You suffer from severe pain associated from TMJ and your natural ability to bite correctly, or misalignment.
What are the Benefits of a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
The benefits will vary based on your situation needs, but often include the following:
- You will experience more comfortable biting and improved chewing abilities.
- You will enjoy an improvement with speaking and talking.
- A protection of your teeth from further cracking, wear, and damage.
- A healthy smile, which can be completely personalized and is a very undervalued asset.
- The restoration of your lip and facial support.
- You will gain improved and enhanced gum health.
- You will notice improved social confidence because your improved smile will boost your self-esteem.
Dr. Adriana Padron
Dr. Adriana Padron was born in Venezuela, and is a fourth generation dentist from both sides of her family. Since she was a child, she always showed interest in dentistry and became one when she graduated first in her class from El Bosque University in Bogota, Colombia in 2006.
The Full Mouth Reconstruction Process
If you have been informed that you would benefit from a full mouth restoration or full mouth reconstruction, call Padron Dental for a consultation. We will do a full consultation and examination to determine which procedures would give you the best results. We will also recommend treatment solutions that we feel will help your body health, so any issues will not return. The team at Padron Dental will expertly examine the following to determine whether you indeed would benefit from a full mouth reconstruction dental treatment:
- Teeth: The first step is to do a complete examination of your natural teeth. We will be looking for any cracks, chips, fractures, teeth wear and tear, cavities, and other imperfections. We might introduce other dental procedures during this time such as dental bridges, crowns, veneers, or other restorative treatment options.
- Periodontal Disease: It is necessary to examine your mouth to determine if you have any gum disease or bacterial infections in your mouth. If you do, we will recommend a treatment such as scaling, or root planing to treat the periodontal disease first. We need to identify any deep pockets with your gums or weaknesses in your bone structure before doing any kind of full mouth reconstruction treatment.
- Your Bite Alignment: When you bite down on anything, it should not cause you any pain or discomfort. Any occlusal changes in your bite must be addressed first before receiving restoration treatments. Padron Dental may suggest corrective orthodontics or a simple night guard first to correct the occlusion before any restorative procedures can be performed.
- Aesthetics: We will do a complete exam on how your mouth, teeth, and jaws look visually or aesthetically. We will be looking for any irregularities, the sizes and proportions of your teeth, front, and side profiles of your face, as well as any loss in bone that might be causing facial sagging or drooping.
Dental Procedures Used in a Full Mouth Reconstruction
Since we are all as unique as our fingerprints, there is no specific recipe for dental procedures for full mouth reconstruction. During your consultation, Padron Dental will thoroughly examine your oral health, needs, and lifestyle to determine the best combination of procedures for you. These treatments may include:
- Orthodontics for correcting crowded, crooked teeth or alignment issues.
- Laser gum reshaping or contouring.
- Crown lengthening to improve the visual balance of teeth and gums.
- Permanent restorations which might include crowns, veneers, inlays, or bridges.
- Temporary restorations which are also called provisional restorations.
- Dental implants for missing teeth.
- Bone or soft tissue grafting.
Padron Dental Provides a Dental Experience that is Comfortable and Efficient
The team at Padron Dental will make your visit easy and comfortable. It is important to us at Padron Dental to provide each patient with the best dental experience possible. Therefore, we keep up to date on the latest dental technologies and techniques, to ensure that your full mouth reconstruction is not only effective, but comfortable as well. Whether you need a dental cleaning and exam or an advanced dental implant procedure, we provide you with compassion and expertise. We have brightened the lives and smiles of many patients. Let us brighten yours! You can find us at 419 N. Mulford Rd. #5, Rockford, IL, 61007. Or simply give us a call at 815-397-3820 to get your appointment scheduled.