Full-Mouth Reconstruction—Dayton, OH
The Treatment That Could Change Your Life
If you have teeth that are severely injured, worn, or missing, our team at Rahn Dental Group is eager to help you. After a consultation with Dr. Quinttus, Dr. Budde, or Dr. Sullivan, we will create a plan to fully restore your smile to its ideal health and function as efficiently and affordably as possible. We can easily reverse years of damage over the course of a few appointments, and you can learn a little more about the process by reading on below.
What is a Full-Mouth Reconstruction?
A full-mouth reconstruction isn’t really a treatment itself, but rather an entire treatment plan that combines multiple procedures to help a patient address several dental issues at the same time. Each one is custom designed based on a patient’s unique needs, concerns, and goals. Because of this, the amount of time each reconstruction requires is different from patient to patient, but the end result is always a strong, beautiful, and functional smile someone will be able to enjoy for many years to come.
Who Could Benefit From a Full-Mouth Reconstruction?
If your mouth has experienced extensive damage due to years of neglect or physical trauma, our dentists may recommend a full-mouth reconstruction to help. Full-mouth reconstructions are used to repair damage caused by chips, cracks, fractures, tooth decay, gum disease, missing teeth, and infection. They often involve restoring much of, if not your entire, mouth. In addition to helping the individual teeth, reconstructions can also correct issues with the bite, ensuring the teeth line up properly when the mouth is closed. This can relieve stress and tension in the jaw that is often the source of chronic pain, stiffness, and migraines
What is Involved in a Full-Mouth Reconstruction?
Before you can receive a full-mouth reconstruction, our dentists will meet with you for a consultation. During this appointment, your teeth and mouth will be carefully examined, X-rays will be taken, and we will work with you to create a treatment plan to improve your smile and recover your oral health.
During your full-mouth reconstruction, our dentists may perform some (but not all) of the following treatments:
- Dental bonding
- Bridge placement
- Crown placement
- Filling placement
- Dental implants
- Porcelain veneers
- Full or partial Dentures
- Gum disease treatment
- Root canal therapy
- Tooth extraction
The Benefits of a Full-Mouth Reconstruction
- Boosted Confidence: People with compromised teeth often think twice before smiling or speaking because they are embarrassed, but after a full-mouth reconstruction, we can give someone the confidence they need to live their life to the fullest.
- Pain Relief: Pain due to toothaches, gum disease, and a misaligned bite can all be solved over the course of a full-mouth reconstruction. Replacing and rebuilding the teeth can also make chewing much more comfortable as well.
- Protected Health: Countless scientific studies have shown that people with extensive dental issues are at a much higher risk of developing serious, full-body ailments as the years go by, including diabetes, heart attack, stroke, and even Alzheimer’s. By saving someone’s oral health, we can safeguard their overall health as well.
Get Started Today
If you’re tired of having to work around and hide your teeth every day, a full-mouth reconstruction may be exactly what you need to change that. With the help of our team, we’ll make sure the next time you greet a friend or take a bite of food, the absolute last thing on your mind will be your teeth. We’re ready to give you your smile back, and to learn more and schedule a consultation, contact us today.