A Candidate for Full Mouth Reconstruction

We see patients for full mouth reconstruction for numerous reasons. First, some patients are more prone to cavities, damage, and decay. After replacing filled cavities multiple times, we may have to look at other solutions. Whether cavities form due to bacteria or severe wear and tear from teeth grinding, we can help find a solution. 

In addition to tooth care, a full mouth reconstruction can help with jaw pain and headaches. Many individuals don’t understand what TMJ is or if they have the disorder but we can diagnose and treat your TMJ. By gently guiding your jaw, we can reposition your bite and relieve symptoms of TMJ.

Finally, your gums are the last reason you may need full mouth reconstruction. If you have puffy, inflamed, or receding gums, you could have gum disease. Over time, the bacteria in gum disease build up, affecting not only your smile but also your cardiovascular system. 

To resolve one or multiple problems with your smile, visit us to talk about solutions. Give us a call to set up your consultation with Dr. Rosen at (302) 994-0979.

Visiting Our Team to Restore Your Smile

When you visit us for full mouth reconstruction, we’ll begin your appointment with a consultation. We care about our patients and their needs, and, therefore, we will gather information about you before we begin any treatment. 

Next, we will perform a comprehensive exam, including multiple types of x-rays in addition to collecting intraoral camera images. This allows us to fully understand your mouth and bite. Then, we will work with you to create a treatment plan to attain the smile of your dreams. 

This treatment plan will look at every tooth as well as your gums, your bite, and the aesthetics of your smile. Based on your individual needs, we may treat you for periodontal disease or TMJ, if either is present. Otherwise, we will make sure that every tooth is in place while functioning and looking its best. 

Feel Comfortable and Confident

During full mouth reconstruction, your dentist will rebuild and restore your teeth and gums while also balancing your bite. With this process, we will mitigate any decay, damage, or unappealing aspects of your smile. 

Though the process may sound overwhelming, your dental team will be with you every step of the way. Additionally, we are happy to offer gentle sedation to relieve dental anxiety if you have it. 

After your full mouth reconstruction, you will feel entirely renewed as you show off the smile of your dreams. Even better, your smile will finally feel comfortable and aligned.

Your Dental Team for Full Mouth Reconstruction in Wilmington

If you have chronic pain in your jaw, gums, or teeth, we could help you with a full mouth reconstruction. Our gentle guidance can restore your smile and help you gain a life free from oral pain. 

The first step to a new smile is a consultation with Michael T. Rosen, DDS, MS, FAGD, LVIF. Schedule your appointment by calling us at (302) 994-0979.