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A full mouth reconstruction can be the reset button for your oral health!
If you’re experiencing a multitude of problems with your teeth and gums, a series of corrective procedures may be necessary to rectify your oral health. After outlining a plan, our full mouth reconstruction will improve the health of your mouth and enhance your smile.
Full mouth reconstruction treatment involves several treatment methods to achieve better oral health and improve the aesthetic of your smile. Your dentist will tailor a treatment plan to specifically meet your needs, starting with the most severe issues and working through them until you are satisfied with your progress. Some common oral issues a full mouth reconstruction can solve include:
Treatment is easier and less invasive the sooner problems are identified and corrected. If you are interested in full mouth rehabilitation and want to learn more, please contact us.
Most of our treatments are covered by popular insurance plans. Give us a call with your insurance details and we’ll help you determine your coverage. After your treatment, we collect payment from you and will help you submit your insurance claim.
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All of our treatments are priced competitively and we offer our own in-house dental plans to ensure you can maintain excellent oral health in a cost-effective manner.
We’ve also partnered with Cherry as a buy now, pay-later financing approach.
Oral reconstruction or full-mouth reconstruction are dental treatments that restore or replace the teeth, gums, vestibule, and tongue. Oral reconstruction procedures can either be restorative or cosmetic.
If your oral health isn’t compromising your quality of life, the treatment will be considered as a cosmetic procedure. However, in almost every case, oral reconstruction is a combination of restorative and cosmetic procedures. Think of it as every dental treatment combined for one case – orthodontic correcting, extractions, restorations, periodontal treatment, implants, and jaw adjustment therapies.
To better understand oral reconstruction and have a treatment plan curated for your case, book an appointment with our team of specialists at Pearl Dental today!
Rehabilitative dental procedures restore form and functionality in your oral cavity. A reconstructive procedure collectively reconstructs the oral cavity to its maximum potential.
In some cases – like with diseases that alter the oral cavity – oral reconstruction is inevitable. And a patient would need a comprehensive and curated treatment plan to reconstruct their oral cavity.
In other cases, when the oral cavity has been subject to disease or damage, partial-mouth rehabilitation might be considered as a treatment plan instead.
However, before you can open wide, your dentist needs to run a few preliminary tests. These include:
While most dental treatments require no more than three visits, oral reconstruction takes between a few weeks to several months to complete. The treatment takes into consideration every structure inside of the oral cavity along with input from various specialists. In some cases, oral surgery might be needed for jaw adjustment or to remove masses from the oral cavity.
Everyone has a unique oral cavity; the size of our jaws, the size of our teeth, the shade of our teeth, and our goals from the treatment differ – so naturally, it takes several dental visits between our office and our referring specialists’ offices to execute an oral reconstruction. Your dentist will guide you throughout the process and schedule visits as per your convenience to make the entire ordeal as seamless as possible.
Our team at Pearl Dental is committed to making our clients smile better than ever before. We offer a range of restorative and cosmetic services, including oral reconstructive procedures.
Our goal is getting you to your goal – we believe that the client has an equal say in what they should receive and are key during the decision-making process. We’ll keep you informed throughout your treatment of what you need to do in the meantime, and what you’ll need next.
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