What Is a Full Mouth Restoration?
A complete mouth restoration is a combination of procedures and methods that are individualized to meet your specific oral health needs and desires. This treatment is ideal for patients whose dental health has been severely compromised. While each full mouth reconstruction procedure is unique to every patient, treatment steps will be similar in most restoration plans.
Steps of Full Mouth Restoration
1. Full Mouth Restoration Consultations
First, you will meet your dentist for an initial consultation, where you’ll discuss your smile goals. The dentist will assess your teeth and take x-rays and scans to establish the cause of the issue.
Then together with the dentist, you will create a suitable treatment plan to address the problem and improve your smile. Your dentist will also answer all your questions and concerns during your initial consultation.
2. Tooth Preparation
If the dental issue requires restoration, your teeth will need proper preparation. Impressions of the affected area and teeth will be taken to ensure your restorations fit accurately. You will get temporary restorations to help protect your natural structure and keep your teeth whole.
3. Restoration Placement
After the restorations have been made, you will be required to return to the office to get your new, permanent veneers or crowns bonded to your teeth.