4 Dental Concerns A Full Mouth Reconstruction Can Address

4 Dental Concerns A Full Mouth Reconstruction Can Address

Like the concept of beauty, the “perfect” smile varies from one person to the next. In some cases, a simple cosmetic dentistry procedure, like professional teeth whitening, is all you need. 

For many people, a combination of restorative and cosmetic dentistry treatments is recommended to address underlying oral health problems and to make cosmetic improvements.

At the Center for Implant & Esthetic Dentistry in Beverly Hills, California, our periodontist Dr. Ramin Mahallati and our dental team offer a range of restorative and cosmetic dental treatments to create your custom full mouth reconstruction plan.

4 dental concerns a full mouth reconstruction can address

A full mouth reconstruction is custom designed to meet your dental needs. You may need a few cosmetic procedures to fix common problems like chipped or cracked teeth, receding gums, yellow or discolored teeth, or gaps between your teeth.

If you have oral health issues, like tooth decay, gingivitis, or advanced gum disease (periodontitis), Dr. Mahallati and our team will recommend the best procedures.

Here are four common dental problems that can be fixed with a full mouth reconstruction at the Center for Implant & Esthetic Dentistry in Beverly Hills:

1. Replace missing teeth

If you’re missing one or more teeth, you’re not alone. According to the American College of Prosthodontists, as many as 120 million Americans are missing at least one tooth, and almost 40 million are missing all of their teeth.  

Whether you’ve lost one or more teeth to trauma, tooth decay, or gum disease, there are several options available to replace missing teeth with your full mouth reconstruction, including dental implants and crowns and bridges.

2. Fix damaged teeth

Restorative dental treatments repair and strengthen damaged teeth. Cracks, fractures, tooth decay, receding gums, and treatment for orthodontic issues can be addressed during a full mouth reconstruction. 

Restorative dental treatments include:

If you’ve received restorative dental treatments in the past, your full mouth reconstruction may include repairing or replacing old dental work.

3. Treat oral health issues

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), gum disease is the leading cause of tooth loss in the United States. The sooner you address tooth decay and gingivitis, the better your chances of preserving your oral health. 

4. Make cosmetic improvements

A typical full mouth reconstruction usually includes cosmetic dentistry treatments like porcelain veneers and bonding. 

At your consultation, Dr. Mahallati will discuss your goals and your oral health and recommend the best treatments for your full mouth reconstruction.

For more information about the dental services and treatments included in a full mouth reconstruction, contact the Center for Implant & Esthetic Dentistry today to schedule an appointment with Dr. Mahallati at our office in Beverly Hills.

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