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Do You Want to Completely Rebuild Your Smile? Read This!

September 10, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — drgoodman @ 12:28 am
Woman pointing to her straight, white smile

Did you know that the average American has over three untreated decayed teeth? Yikes! However, the alarming statistics don’t stop there. In fact, 120 million U.S. adults are missing at least one tooth and damaged teeth are at an all-time high following the recent stay-at-home orders. So, if your teeth are decayed, injured, or looking less than perfect, your dental team may suggest a full mouth reconstruction in Annapolis. Read on for who is a good fit, what treatment options are available, and how to care for your new smile!

Who Should Consider a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

A full mouth reconstruction is a customized treatment plan designed to treat all the oral health concerns a patient is experiencing – from minor decay to a missing row of teeth. Since this blend of services is the antithesis of a one-size-fits-all approach, it allows dental teams to help patients with a multitude of dental concerns. In short, any patient looking to restore their teeth while simultaneously improving their oral health and the beauty of their smile should consider a full mouth reconstruction.

What Does a Full Mouth Reconstruction Consist Of?

Depending on your unique needs, budget, and schedule, your dentist will use a combination of restorative and/or cosmetic treatments to rebuild your smile. Here are a few popular services your dental team may suggest:

  • Dental crowns.
  • Fixed bridges.
  • Partial/Full Dentures.
  • Root canal therapy.
  • Dental implants.
  • Tooth extractions.
  • Bone grafting.
  • Teeth whitening.
  • Dental bonding.
  • Porcelain veneers.
  • Invisalign.
  • Gum tissue reshaping.

Full Mouth Reconstruction Aftercare

Since each treatment plan is custom-built, each patient will have a unique aftercare plan. However, the goals following a full mouth reconstruction are the same across the board: prevent infection, promote healing, minimize discomfort. Therefore, your healing process could include oral antibiotics, antimicrobial mouth rinses, and special eating instructions. To ensure you are comfortable the entire time, your dentist will stay in touch with you, answer any questions you have, and ensure you are healing properly. From there, they will guide you through the process of reintroducing your oral hygiene regimen so your new smile can remain in pristine condition for years to come!

A full mouth reconstruction can effectively rebuild compromised teeth, remove those that are causing complications, and restore your smile to its former glory. So, if damaged, decayed, or otherwise imperfect teeth are hindering your smile, schedule an appointment with your dentist!

About the Practice

At Goodman Dental Care, their philosophy of care is centered around compassion, high-quality dentistry, and exceeding expectations. With their talented team at their side, Dr. Gary Goodman and Dr. Jeremy Goodman have helped thousands of patients rebuild their smiles. So, if you are looking for a dentist in Annapolis, don’t hesitate to visit their website or give them a call at 410-263-1919.

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