Living with a weak smile that’s close to falling apart is horrible. It can hurt when you try to eat, making meals something to dread instead of something to look forward to. Talking could even be affected. Then there’s your confidence. If your smile looks dull or even ugly, you are often going to worry about what other people see when you smile. None of these problems is going away on its own, and in fact, they can get worse over time. If you are tired of the pain and embarrassment from such problems, a full-mouth reconstruction can help you look great and use your teeth properly again.

Appointment And Exam

The first thing you need to do is call our office at [phone] and schedule an appointment. Before we can begin recommending any treatments to fix your mouth, we need to see firsthand what the problems are. This can only be done with the modern tools in our office, such as our CBCT 3-D scanner and digital X-rays. When you call, a member of our team will work with you to find a date and time that fits your busy schedule. If you are a new patient, welcome! If you want, you can download and complete all of the needed new patient forms before your visit.

Consultation And Planning

Once the exam is complete, one of our dentists will sit down with you and go over the results. Then, depending on those results, the two of you will go over the different treatment options available at Dietrich Dental Services that can help. This can include:

  • Dental crowns to seal up damaged areas and strengthen a tooth
  • Dental bridges to fill in the gap left behind by a missing tooth
  • Dental implants for replacing missing teeth and saving the jawbone underneath
  • Mini dental implants for when the jawbone isn’t strong enough for regular implants
  • All-on-4 implants to replace a full arch of teeth with strength and stability
  • Full and partial dentures for a time-tested way to replace a full arch or mouth of teeth

There are different reasons that some dental treatments would be better for you than others. For example, traditional implants require a strong jawbone. If yours hasn’t had enough teeth in it for a long time, it may have deteriorated too much for placement. Then there are cost and time considerations. That’s why we will work with you to create a plan that fits your needs.

Receiving The Treatments

The final step in a full-mouth reconstruction is to go through your treatment plan. Sometimes, this can be done in one visit (although this may be a long appointment). It can take several visits. It all depends on the specific procedures included in your treatment plan. But regardless of how many visits it will take, Dr. Dietrich and Dr. Kalonaros-Dietrich have the specialized training and modern technology to make all of this possible. We also have different sedation options to make sure you are comfortable and relaxed while the work is completed.

A full-mouth reconstruction can take you from having teeth you are ashamed of to teeth you are proud to show off. It can also bring back the function you need to eat and talk correctly. If you are ready to see what treatments will best work with your case, call us today at [phone] or use our convenient online form.