Restorative Dentistry Westford, MA

The restoration or reconstruction of one’s upper and lower jaw teeth is known as full mouth restoration. Full mouth reconstruction is not limited to those who are entirely edentulous (toothless) and require full dentures. The dentist will be able to treat many issues in the mouth at the same time with a full mouth reconstruction.

Patients do not need to be concerned since we will sit down with each patient and go through all of the specifics of their surgery. Each patient will require a treatment that is slightly different from the next when it comes to complete mouth reconstruction. We can help ensure that the patient is thoroughly pleased with the outcome by tailoring the treatment to each person. A patient may require full mouth reconstruction for a variety of reasons, including trauma, infection, and long-term wear. Make an appointment by contacting (978) 692-6012 to learn more.

restorative dentistry Westford MA

Dental Trauma

In many circumstances, the patient has been in a severe accident and requires both the repair of a damaged tooth and the replacement of another tooth that has fallen out. Because accidents can happen at any time, it’s difficult to anticipate the likelihood of multiple teeth being damaged. The dentist will be able to fix the mouth as well as the appearance and functionality of the patient’s teeth through complete mouth reconstruction. 

If a patient’s teeth are damaged as a consequence of an accident, contacting an emergency dentist as soon as possible is essential. If a patient visits a traditional emergency room after damaging a tooth, the nurse can only triage the wounds and not treat the issue. At Cornerstone Dental Group, we will determine the best treatment for each patient and suggest choices for repairing the damage.

Patients believe that the only alternative is one that just mimics the appearance of a normal tooth, and that they will have to eat carefully for the rest of their lives. In actuality, we can use dental implants, dental bonding, dental crowns, dental veneers, dental bridges, and other treatments to help restore the tooth’s appearance and functionality. Our patients will be able to smile confidently and eat whatever they want after a full mouth reconstruction at Cornerstone Dental Group since our repairs are long-lasting and durable. A patient does not have to live with a set of broken or damaged teeth.

Dental Infection

A patient may lose several teeth as a result of dental caries (tooth decay), gum disease, or various diseases in other circumstances. When a tooth becomes infected, a dentist will do all possible to prevent the infection from spreading. Some patients, on the other hand, may fail to see their dentist at least once every six months, allowing the infection to progress.

A root canal is one option for treating a tooth that has become infected. A root canal allows the dentist to disinfect the region and remove the infected pulp. After a root canal, the hole will be filled with a dental filling. In circumstances where a tooth is extracted owing to infection, a dental implant may be recommended. The dental implant is a titanium post that osseointegrates (bonds with the jawbone). A dental crown will be placed on top of the implant to create a strong and natural-looking tooth. 

Cornerstone Dental Group will propose the best treatment choice for treating the infection and repairing one’s teeth if it has spread to many teeth.

Full Mouth Reconstruction

Long-Term Wear

Dental hygiene is not a common element of some people’s everyday routines. Teeth wear down more quickly when people choose not to exercise proper dental hygiene. Acid from particular foods, citrus fruits, beverages, acid reflux, grinding, and other factors can cause a patient’s teeth to fall out more quickly.

We can monitor the teeth at Cornerstone Dental Group at least once every six months and assist patients in staying healthy. We can employ whole mouth reconstruction to treat various difficulties for individuals who have these issues on a regular basis and have teeth that are wearing down.

Reconstruction methods

At Cornerstone Dental Group, we’ll make sure that each patient has the greatest full mouth reconstruction possible. With a variety of dental equipment and solutions at our disposal, we can reconstruct a mouth. The following are some of the tools, choices, and restorations available for a full mouth reconstruction:

  •       Dental implants
  •       Dental crowns
  •       Dental veneers
  •       Dental bridges
  •       Dentures
  •       Root canal

These are only a few of the treatment options available. The difference between a full mouth reconstruction and aesthetic dental treatment is that the former is a necessity rather than a choice. Our team is experienced in complete mouth reconstructions and will ensure that the patient is satisfied with the final result.

Some patients may be concerned about the cost of full mouth reconstructions and opt out of the procedure. The more time passes without receiving the appropriate therapy, the more painful and dangerous the situation becomes. For example, if an adult loses a tooth and does not seek treatment, the jaw will deteriorate over time. If the jaw becomes too weak, it will be impossible to place a dental implant in the gap.

In some situations, a gap can become infected, just like a tooth, if the person does not keep it clean. The whole mouth reconstruction procedure will require several consultations to personalize and install the restoration. However, it will be worthwhile because the repair would restore the teeth’s full functionality. During the installation procedure, we will be meticulous and precise to ensure that each restoration is flawless.

How do I start my Full Mouth Reconstruction?

If you or a loved one requires a complete mouth reconstruction for any reason, please contact Cornerstone Dental Group at (978) 692-6012 to make an appointment. Before the consultation, our team will go over any concerns or questions you may have. When you arrive for your appointment, we will make certain that you are well aware of the procedure and what will happen next. Make an appointment today to start a new life with a full set of healthy, natural-looking, and functioning teeth.