Full Mouth Reconstruction in Swanton, OH

When teeth and gums are decayed or damaged, not only is your oral health put at risk but your ability to eat and speak is compromised. In addition, research shows that poor oral health is linked to certain health conditions including heart disease and diabetes.

If you have broken or damaged teeth, full mouth reconstruction may be the best solution. Full mouth reconstruction is a multi-step treatment that involves several restorative dental treatments to rehabilitate the teeth and gums. The trusted restorative dentists at Dental Health Associates in Swanton, OH have years of experience treating even the most complex cases requiring rebuilding of the teeth and gums. Full mouth reconstruction is carefully planned and executed using the latest dental technology and high-quality dental materials. By employing a personalized approach, our specialized dental team has helped hundreds of patients enjoy the feel and function of healthy teeth.

Do You Need Full Mouth Reconstruction?

You may be a good candidate for full mouth reconstruction if you have two or more of the following issues:

  • Missing teeth due to decay or damage
  • Broken or fractured teeth
  • Worn out tooth enamel due to decay or teeth grinding
  • Gum disease or receding gums
  • Bite problems including jaw, muscle or headache pain

Full mouth reconstruction is a highly individualized treatment. Prior to treatment, our dentists meet with every patient to determine their specific oral health needs and goals. We perform a thorough examination that will guide us in designing a treatment plan that achieves the best results.

Treatment Details

Depending on the extent of treatment, full mouth reconstruction may be performed in stages or all at once. Your full mouth reconstruction may include two or more of the following:

Dental crowns or caps placed over teeth to restore normal health and function. Crowns are crafted using porcelain or similar materials to blend in seamlessly with natural teeth. In addition to traditional crown placement, Dental Health Associates offers same-day crown placement with the innovative CEREC dental restoration system.

Dental bridges to close the gap left by a missing tooth. Bridges consist of an artificial tooth (pontic) supported or “anchored” by the adjacent teeth.

Dentures to restore all teeth in the upper arch, lower arch or both. Dentures can be supported by implants for increased stability and support.

Dental implants to replace one or several missing teeth. Implants consist of three parts: a titanium post that is surgically inserted into the jawbone, an abutment and a dental restoration. Dental implants can be used to anchor dental crowns, bridges or dentures.

Gum therapy, including gum surgery, laser gum therapy and gum recontouring, to treat various stages of gum (periodontal) diseases.

Orthodontic treatment to straighten misaligned teeth or correct bite problems. Dental Health Associates offers traditional orthodontics (i.e., metal brackets)) and modern orthodontics (e.g., Invisalign, ClearCorrect™). Depending on the specific treatment and degree of correction needed, treatment can last from several months to two years.

Schedule a Consultation Today

For more information about full mouth reconstruction, please contact the team at Dental Health Associates and request a consultation.