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Full Mouth Reconstruction
Lakewood, CO

Dental x-ray of a full mouth before reconstruction at Northstar Dental in Lakewood, CO

Your mouth contains many different components. All of these components work together, enabling you to eat, speak, smile, and so much more. When the different components in your mouth are healthy, they function without you thinking about it. However, there are many different issues that can affect the health of your mouth and the functions of these essential components. When issues arise, even the most basic movements can become difficult and painful. At Northstar Dental, we can restore your oral health and the functions of your mouth with a full mouth reconstruction.

What is a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

A full mouth reconstruction is a customized restorative dentistry procedure that is performed to restore your oral health and the functions of your mouth. It also focuses on improving the quality of your smile. The procedure involves several different treatments. Because your needs are unique to you, we can customize a treatment plan that will provide you with the best results possible. We may use any combination of restorative treatments, endodontic treatment, orthodontics, periodontal treatment, and oral surgery.

Do I Need a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

A full mouth reconstruction can be used in many different situations. You might be a candidate for a full mouth reconstruction if:

•  You have suffered facial trauma, such as a car accident, fall, or a sports injury
•  You have suffered significant tooth damage
•  Your teeth have been excessively worn by grinding and clenching
•  You have lost teeth

Your Consultation

Before you receive treatment, a consultation is needed. This consultation is essential for determining the exact issues affecting your mouth, how severe the issues are, and what the best treatments will be to restore the health and functioning of your mouth.

During your consultation, we perform a thorough oral examination. We look over your mouth to assess the alignment of your teeth and jaws and to determine the presence of oral health issues like tooth damage and gum disease. We check your teeth for wear patterns, physical damage, and decay. Your gums are checked for redness, swelling, recession, and periodontal pockets. In addition to visually examining your mouth, we also take images. These images may include digital X-rays, 3D scans, and more. These images allow us to examine the hidden areas of your mouth.

We can spot damage and decay between your teeth, root fractures, bone damage and loss, cysts, abscesses, impacted teeth, and other issues. These images provide us with a complete picture of your mouth. This enables us to determine all of the necessary treatments to help restore your oral health, the functions of your mouth, and your quality of life.

Treatments Involved in a Full Mouth Reconstruction

A full mouth reconstruction is a fully customizable treatment. There are many different treatments that may be performed, including:

•  Composite fillings
•  Inlays and onlays
•  Dental Veneers
•  Dental Crowns
•  Gum disease treatments, including scaling and root planing, pocket reduction surgery, and osseous surgery
•  Crown lengthening
•  Gum grafting
•  Endodontic treatment, or a root canal
•  Orthodontic treatment
•  Oral surgery

With a full mouth reconstruction, we are able to restore the health of your mouth, its functions, your smile, and your quality of life. Call Northstar Dental today at (303) 481-3901 for more information and to find out if a full mouth reconstruction is right for you.

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Restore your smile and oral health with full mouth reconstruction. Our Lakewood dentist offers comprehensive solutions for a confident and healthy smile. Call us today!
Northstar Dental, 860 Tabor St, Ste 100, Lakewood, CO 80401 | (303) 481-3901 | | 6/2/2024 | Associated Words: dentist Lakewood CO |