Full Mouth ReconstructionRegardless of the reasons why you need a full mouth reconstruction, the dentists at Berger Dental are pleased to help you with your needs and goals. As one of the top reconstructive dentists in Pompano Beach, Berger Dental offers a wide variety of procedures that will help bring your mouth back to life and improve your overall health.
What procedures constitute a full mouth reconstruction?At Berger Dental, we understand that visiting the dentist can cause you some anxiety, and having a procedure such as this one will bring you even more anxiety. While we understand this natural reaction, we are also here to help you understand what, exactly, this procedure will entail – and why you should get it – so you don’t have to worry as much about the discomfort you will be feeling.
- Reconstructive dentistry refers, not to one procedure or another, but to a series of procedures that restore the integrity of your mouth – and your jaw – so that you may experience better oral and overall health, as well as an improved quality of life.
- Restorative dental treatments include, but are certainly not limited to, the following: bridges, dental implants, dental implant bridges, fillings, and inlays.
- Restorative procedures can also involve surgery, such as in the case of neuromuscular dentistry treatment. These procedures can help correct problems with your “bite,” and may involve total sedation in order to complete.
- Sometimes, reconstructive procedures are only minor. In these cases, a simple prescription of wearing Invisalign is all that’s needed. In other cases, which are more extensive, sedation may be required. Reconstructive procedures may also include gum contouring, root planning, and other forms of periodontal surgery.
- Finally, but certainly no less importantly, remember that not every person will qualify, medically speaking, for reconstructive surgery. Above all else, patients should be healthy enough to receive either local or general anesthesia. However, if you have multiple oral problems – or even health problems related to your periodontal issues – reconstructive surgery may be right for you.