Full Mouth Reconstruction Results: What to Expect

Full Mouth Reconstruction Results: What to Expect

Full mouth reconstruction isn’t a single procedure. Instead, it’s a combination of dental solutions designed to rebuild and restore your oral health. Since that can involve any aspect of your gums, teeth, and jaw, full mouth reconstruction can vary significantly based on your unique needs. 

If you have several dental issues, Dr. Peter Gambertoglio can guide you through every step of how full mouth reconstruction could help. He brings more than 30 years of general and cosmetic dental experience to people of all ages in Spring, Texas. 

What full mouth reconstruction addresses

Some people have singular dental problems, like a cavity or a cracked tooth. However, it’s possible to have numerous issues at the same time.

Common factors that can require full mouth reconstruction include:

Full mouth reconstruction brings technology, science, and artistry together to repair and restore both the appearance and function of your mouth when multiple issues arise.

What full mouth reconstruction looks like

The first step with full mouth reconstruction involves a thorough dental examination, including digital X-rays and scans. This process helps Dr. Gambertoglio determine the extent of your dental issues, including decay, damage, and alignment.

Based on your exam, Dr. Gambertoglio could recommend a combination of treatments, such as:

These repairs could take place over a series of appointments, and Dr. Gambertoglio develops a personalized strategy to provide the best results as quickly as possible.

What to expect from full mouth reconstruction

Since full mouth reconstruction addresses significant dental problems, treatment can take anywhere from several months to a year or more to complete. However, once complete, your restorations can last a lifetime.

Before getting started, Dr. Gambertoglio discusses your treatment options and provides a timeline so you know exactly what to expect every step of the way. While individual restoration strategies may vary, they always share the same first step: identifying and treating any underlying oral health issues. That usually starts with your gums.

Your gum health is key to successful full mouth reconstruction because you need a strong foundation to keep your teeth stable. Depending on your oral health, this could involve treating gum disease and performing bone or soft tissue grafts.

Once your oral health reaches an optimal state, Dr. Gambertoglio can replace missing teeth and repair existing damage. Finally, he can address cosmetic issues to enhance the appearance of your new, healthy, and functional smile.

Do you have multiple dental issues? Contact our office in Spring, Texas, to schedule a consultation with Peter Gambertoglio, DDS, by calling 281-350-8852 today.

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