What are the Benefits of a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Mar 6, 2019

Many dental patients recognize that there are several things that they would like to change or improve their smile and overall oral health. If you have thought about improving your smile, you should talk with your dentist about full mouth reconstruction to see if it is a good fit for you. Full mouth reconstruction services utilize a variety of procedures for a specific treatment plan that is tailored for you. Patients that undergo a full mouth reconstruction find that they have an improved smile, better oral function, and improved oral health.

What is a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Full mouth reconstruction can mean different things for different patients. The design of this procedure is to tailor a specific plan for all your dental needs. This can help you identify and plan a course of treatment so that you know you’re on the right track to getting the smile you deserve. Because full mouth reconstruction is specifically designed for each patient, experiences can vary considerably. However, when looking at treatment options, your dentist will typically look at options in a few key areas.

These include: 
  • Periodontal therapy
  • Neuromuscular dentistry
  • Veneers
  • Crowns or Bridges
  • Dental Implants
  • Dentures
  • Teeth Whitening
  • Cosmetic bonding and resin restorations
Depending on your needs, your dentist may recommend any or all of the treatments listed above. However, you will know that at the end of the process that your oral health will be improved and you’ll likely feel an increase in confidence and satisfaction.

When to Consider Full Mouth Reconstruction

Full mouth reconstruction isn’t for every patient. If you only need a filling, then coming up with a comprehensive plan is probably not the right situation for you. However, patients who have some significant tooth damage, decay, or alignment issues, can often benefit from a full mouth reconstruction. Many patients who have periodontal disease can benefit from the full mouth restoration to help restore your gums to their proper oral health and increase the gum height. At the same time, severe cases of periodontal disease can also cause alignment issues or even tooth loss, which may result in the need for implants, or dentures. Many patients today would also like to include teeth whitening to their dental regimen.

The Benefits

While there are many benefits of full mouth reconstruction, patients continue to come back with a few that remain constant for patients across the board.
  • Improvement in Oral Health – This tends to be one of the biggest factors for improving and then maintaining your oral health. Full mouth reconstruction can fix many of the current issues or infections that you have in your mouth. By correcting some of the underlying problems, you can also help to improve the future of your oral health. Patients that have teeth straightened are more successful at cleaning those teeth and are then more able to keep them free from cavities and decay.
  • Stronger Dental Structure – Properly aligned teeth and healthy bone structure can help maintain your smile and teeth over time. When teeth are missing or misaligned, the neighboring teeth can also be affected. In severe cases, this can cause a domino effect that has negative implications for the whole mouth.
  • Better Overall Health – Dentists have understood the connection between a healthy mouth and a healthy lifestyle from the beginning of the dentistry field. When the mouth is clean and healthy, it is a general sign that the rest of the body is healthy too. Additionally, if the immune system is busy fighting oral infections, it may be unprepared to fight off other infections if they enter the body. 


If you have been considering any of the treatments or thought that you may need multiple dental procedures, talk to a representative at The Louisiana Center for Restorative Dentistry today about full mouth reconstruction. They can help you identify specific treatments and a long-term plan that are suitable for you. After speaking with a representative, you can further schedule an appointment by calling  225-401-0044.

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