Rockwall Oral Surgery

oral pathology procedures

What is A Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Many patients have dental problems, and full mouth reconstruction may be the best solution. This procedure can address many issues, including crooked teeth, gaps between teeth, and TMJ disorder. Rockwall Oral Surgery is your best option when it comes to the benefits of a full mouth reconstruction. We offer a wide variety of services that can help improve your smile and your oral health!

Full Mouth Reconstruction

A procedure that involves rebuilding and restoring your entire mouth. Similar to a smile makeover, it focuses on the health of your mouth along with your beautiful smile. The exact procedure is different per patient, but it can involve rebuilding your upper and lower jaws, fixing oral health issues, and restoring or replacing damaged teeth.

Our full mouth reconstruction procedures can be completed in 2-3 visits, depending on the patient’s needs. Healing times will vary, and you will be given instructions on surgical procedures and when to follow up with us for your next visit.

Types of Procedures: 

  • Aesthetic restorations for teeth—crowns, veneers, dental bonding, and composite resin fillings
  • Tooth whitening
  • Periodontal treatment
  • Gum recontouring
  • Root canal treatment
  • Orthodontic treatments such as braces or aligners
  • Dental implants
  • Oral surgery to reposition the jaw and fix a misaligned bite

Each procedure is done based on customized needs for each patient. The benefits of full mouth reconstruction will help you get your life back. 

Who is a Good Candidate for Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Someone who willfully gains benefits of a full mouth reconstruction is a patient who has lost teeth or experienced damage. If you need a full mouth reconstruction, you will experience jaw pain. If this is the case, make an appointment with Rockwall Oral Surgery to set up an exam. This exam will consist of : 

  • We are checking the overall appearance of your mouth. We will look at the general appearance of your teeth, noting teeth that are misshapen or discolored. We will also look at your face to see if anything looks off balance.
  • While you’re here, we will be checking your teeth. We will inspect your teeth for signs of decay and other damages, such as cracks, chips, and fractures. Depending upon the issues found, we can determine the best restorative options.
  • We will also inspect your gums to check for gum disease signs, recession, and anything else that appears odd, such as lesions.
  • We are evaluating your jaw. With the use of x-rays, we can evaluate the condition of your jaw. We can check for bone loss, alignment issues, or fractures. We can also examine the periodontal ligaments that hold your teeth in place and check for signs of infection.

Throughout the exam, images, x-rays, and impressions will be taken of your mouth for us to get a complete result to share with you. 

If you consider the benefits of a full mouth reconstruction, we encourage you to contact us at (469) 264-8921 today to schedule a consultation. We will be happy to discuss any questions or concerns you may have. Act now, do not wait on a procedure for your mouth.