Moline Full-Mouth Reconstruction
A full-mouth construction is a complete re-building of your teeth, usually with crowns, but a variety of dental procedures can be involved.
Why You Might Need A Full-Mouth Reconstruction
Rebuilding the entire mouth is only needed for the most severe dental problems. Dr. Goebel adheres to the philosophy of minimally invasive dentistry. Whenever it is possible, he wants to save a tooth and preserve as much natural surface on that tooth. Still, if your entire mouth is broken down, it needs to be brought back to repair. Here’s a list of some possible conditions that might require complete reconstruction:
- Missing teeth that haven’t been replaced
- TMJ disorder
- Severely worn teeth
- Complications from previous poor-quality dental work
- An advanced oral disease
- A congenital abnormality that left your teeth underdeveloped
Goals of Full-Mouth Construction
Often there is significant discomfort on the part of a patient who needs a full-mouth reconstruction. The primary goal, therefore, is to give you a comfortable, balanced bite. Along with that, we want to be sure the result is beautiful and natural, so that you can be proud to smile. Here are some other goals of this treatment:
- Give more support and structure to your facial muscles
- Enable you to eat any food you want, with ease
- Boost your confidence and self-esteem by giving you a beautiful, natural-looking smile
- Enable you to speak without any difficulty
What Will A Full-Mouth Reconstruction Look Like?
Dr. Goebel will start with an in-depth consultation with you about your needs, goals, and preferences. He will complete a comprehensive dental examination and review the findings to design a treatment strategy for you. Dr. Goebel will then sit down with you and go over his recommendation.
Your full-mouth reconstruction may include a combination of procedures such as:
- Porcelain crowns
- Gum treatment
- Porcelain veneers
- Surgical procedures
- Dental implants
To ensure a successful outcome, we will schedule appointments in intervals to heal and recover between procedures.
Do you think you need full-mouth reconstruction? Dr. Goebel will be happy to meet with you for a consultation. Just call our office or visit our request an appointment page.