Are you living with widespread dental damage? Do you have missing teeth? Are you unable to chew properly? Mountain View Dental in Acworth, GA offers a service called a full-mouth reconstruction, where we can use a variety of restorative options to restore the function of your smile and help you get back to a normal life. Below we have answered some of the most common questions we hear regarding this treatment option from our patients in the areas of Acworth, Kennesaw, Marietta, and Woodstock. If you have any additional concerns, please feel free to contact our team. We will be happy to help.
What is a full-mouth reconstruction?
A full-mouth reconstruction is designed to repair and restore an entire mouth that has been damaged due to disease, injury, or any other reason. Damage may include individual teeth that need to be restored or even missing teeth. A full-mouth reconstruction combines a variety of restorative options to meet the individual needs of the patient.
How can a full-mouth reconstruction help me?
If you are living with widespread dental damage, a full-mouth reconstruction will help you achieve a smile that is functional, attractive, and pain-free. Full-mouth reconstructions are customized processes, meaning we will cater your treatments to meet your individual needs. Every full-mouth reconstruction looks different. In summation, a full-mouth smile will target your specific needs and help you return to a normal life with a healthy, functional smile that even looks great!
What does the full-mouth reconstruction process entail?
There are five main steps to the full-mouth reconstruction process:
Step One – Booking Your Visit
Before we can do anything at all, you must contact our team in Mountain View Dental in Acworth, GA to schedule your consultation! All you have to do is give us a call.
Step Two – Undergoing Exams and X-rays
The second step is showing up for your consultation at our dental office in Acworth, GA. During this visit, we will take the time to get to know your current situation and diagnose any existing issues. This will help us get a good idea of the types of treatments that may be suited for your specific circumstances. This is an important part of the process and will help you get the best results possible.
Step Three – Creating A Treatment Plan
Once we know where you stand, we will sit down with you to create a treatment plan. This will entail discussing a variety of treatment options with you. Please share your smile goals with us and ask any questions you may have at this time. We will help guide you in choosing the treatment options that are best for you, but your treatment plan is ultimately your decision. We won’t try to sell you anything you don’t need!
When creating a treatment plan, you can choose from any of our restorative options such as dental implants, dental crowns, fixed bridges, dentures, and more.
Step Four – Undergoing Treatment
The next step is to simply undergo your treatment. Your specific situation and treatment plan will determine how long this part of the process takes. It may all be able to be completed in just one visit, or it may take multiple trips. Regardless, we will be right there with you to make sure you are comfortable every step of the way!
Step Five – Enjoying Your New Smile
The last step is to enjoy your new, functional smile! Congratulations!