Full Smile Reconstruction in Yardley, PA

If your oral health has declined and the integrity of your teeth and gums is compromised, Dr. David Faust and the rest of the Bucks County Smiles team can help. We are widely regarded as some of the best cosmetic dentists in the mid-Atlantic region. We offer full mouth reconstruction to totally transform and rejuvenate your smile.

What is Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Full mouth reconstruction leverages a variety of dental restoration methods and technologies to repair and renew your smile. The goal is for you to achieve a fully functioning set of teeth, healthy gums, and a stable bite.

When dental problems start to become systemic and affect function, full mouth reconstruction may be warranted. Otherwise, problems affecting only the appearance of your teeth and smile are treated with a smile makeover or other Bucks County cosmetic dentistry procedures.

Why Might Full Mouth Reconstruction Be Necessary?

Full mouth reconstruction may be necessary due to a variety of root causes. These can range from dental trauma and poor dental hygiene to chronic parafunctional habits such as clenching or grinding of teeth. Minor dental problems can sometimes snowball into larger problems, affecting not only your mouth but your overall health and well-being.

Aging may also result in poor dental health – but it doesn’t have to be that way! At Bucks County Smiles, we don’t believe that you should accept tooth loss as a part of getting older.

Who Is a Candidate for Full Mouth Reconstruction?

You may be a candidate for a full mouth reconstruction if you struggle with a combination of the following:

  • Missing teeth due to decay, gum disease, or trauma
  • Badly fractured teeth
  • Diseased gums
  • Severely worn teeth (due to long-term acid erosion or chronic tooth grinding)
  • Pain in your jaw
  • Headache pain that requires adjustment to your bite

These problems are not simply cosmetic in nature. They can threaten the chewing function of your teeth and severely compromise your overall oral health.

The Benefits of Full Mouth Reconstruction

The benefits of full mouth reconstruction are numerous. First, depending on the extent of your previous damage, you could see a complete and total transformation in your smile. Instead of missing teeth and painful gums, you can now have a full, beautiful smile and eat with ease and comfort. Biting and chewing will become easier, and chronic pain will cease.

On the other hand, the dangers of ignoring chronic dental problems are many. Without proper treatment, your oral health could get much worse. Not only could you end up losing more teeth, but you could negatively impact your overall health. For example, infections in the gums can spread to other parts of the body, including the heart and brain.

We understand the deep connection between oral health and overall systemic health. With our extensive dental expertise and know-how, we can completely turn around your chronic oral health problems and give you a smile to be proud of.

Full Mouth Reconstruction Options

Full mouth reconstruction usually requires multiple dental appointments and can take weeks, months, or a year to fully restore the health, strength, and functionality of the teeth and gums. The treatment plan can include:

  • Dental crowns to provide strength and support to broken or cracked teeth
  • Dental bridges or implants to replace missing teeth
  • Inlays, onlays, or fillings for cavities
  • Scaling and root planing to treat gum disease
  • Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder treatment
  • Orthodontics to move your teeth into proper position
  • Bone/tissue grafting to enhance the stability of your teeth or as part of implant planning
  • Surgery to reposition your jaw
  • Veneers to address appearance
  • Dental implants to restore missing teeth

The good news is that with all our tools available, such as veneers, crowns, bridges, and implants, we can restore your mouth to complete health both functionally and aesthetically.

Schedule a Complimentary Full Mouth Reconstruction Consultation

If you have functional problems with your teeth or jaw, please contact us at (267) 365-3004 to schedule a personal consultation at no cost. Dr. Faust will discuss the current state of your teeth and gums with you and develop a custom plan to restore function to the teeth and bite.

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