Full Mouth Restoration Phoenix, AZ
Tooth loss due to dental decay, trauma, alveolar fractures, wear, periodontal diseases and infection not only produces an empty space in the mouth, but it affects the overall jaw relationship and muscular functions in the oral cavity. The stomatognathic system contains teeth, muscles, bone, soft tissues and TMJ which work in a coordinated way to bring about various functional movements such as chewing, eating, drinking, speaking and laughing every day. Any abnormality involving a single component affects the whole system. Disturbances in the relationship of teeth due to tooth loss affect the aesthetics, occlusion, and bite relationship causing severe discomfort and pain. Dr. Moyer focuses upon full mouth restoration in order to produce a well-balanced occlusion in addition to restoration of facial aesthetics and function of the mouth.
What is full mouth restoration?
Restoration and rebuilding of all the damaged and disturbed teeth in both upper and lower jaws and associated structures individually in an attempt to rehabilitate the whole system is termed full mouth restoration or full mouth rehabilitation or full mouth reconstruction.
What is the prime focus of a mouth restoration?
Full mouth rehabilitation goes side by side with cosmetic dentistry. It aims to restore the aesthetic disturbances of teeth in order to produce a brighter and more lively appearance of teeth.
Why does the need arise for full mouth rehabilitation?
The need for performing full mouth rehabilitation arises from:
Which restorative procedures come under the umbrella of full mouth reconstruction?
Full mouth restoration or full mouth reconstruction involves the employment of the skills and expertise of restorative dentists, oral surgeons, periodontists, orthodontists and prosthodontists for achieving maximum results. Dental veneers, inlays and onlays, crowns and bridges, tooth colored composite fillings, and dental implants are employed in combination with root canal therapy procedures as well gum treatments. Tooth extractions can be done whenever necessary. Full mouth restoration is basically a multidisciplinary treatment approach following a specialist oriented treatment planning.
What is the procedure to carry out full mouth restoration?
Dr. Moyer, your own general and cosmetic dentist in Scottsdale Arizona, will take a complete history and carry out a comprehensive clinical and radiographic examination in order to evaluate and assess the need for various required procedures. A sequential treatment plan will be formulated for all the intended procedures:
Visit Dr. Moyer, your own general and cosmetic dentist in Scottsdale Arizona, or make a call today at 480.935.6295 for a thorough assessment and expert opinion regarding full mouth restoration.