Full Mouth Reconstruction Specialist

Orange Coast Dental Specialty

Prosthodontists & Cosmetic Dentistry located in Huntington Beach, CA

For those that dream of restoring their bright, beautiful smile, full mouth reconstruction can help. Arman Dayan, DDS, Xuan Yue, DDS, and the team at Orange Coast Dental Specialty in Huntington Beach, California, will guide you through the process, helping to achieve the smile of your dreams. To learn more, call the office or book online today to schedule your first appointment with the dedicated dental team.

Full Mouth Reconstruction Q & A

What is full mouth reconstruction?

Aging doesn’t have to mean that the appearance of your smile and the health of your mouth has to suffer. With today’s modern dental techniques, it is possible to restore damaged, diseased, or decayed teeth, giving you back your beautiful smile, as well as your social confidence. Sometimes replacing one or several teeth is enough. Other times, full mouth reconstruction is needed. 

Full mouth reconstruction is a term that describes a process that replaces or rebuilds all of the teeth in the upper and lower portions of your mouth. Full mouth reconstruction is sometimes also referred to as full mouth rehabilitation or full mouth restoration. Full mouth reconstruction takes advantage of a wide range of dental procedures and techniques to achieve the most customizable results. 

What does full mouth reconstruction involve?

Full mouth reconstruction often includes many different procedures to achieve a healthy and beautiful mouth. Each person’s experience is likely to be different, as everyone’s mouth has different needs. The team at Orange Coast Dental Specialty will look at several factors, including:

  • The health of your teeth
  • The health of your gums
  • Your temporomandibular joint and the state of your bite
  • The aesthetics of your teeth and mouth

They will discuss your goals with you and develop a collaborative plan of care that aims to address all of your needs, dramatically improving the health and appearance of your mouth. 

Why is full mouth reconstruction needed?

There can be many reasons why someone might need full mouth reconstruction. Advanced periodontal disease is the leading cause of tooth loss in adults, creating a need for widespread mouth reconstruction. In addition to periodontal disease, teeth can also become lost or damaged due to trauma. Normal wear-and-tear, especially as you age, is another common contributing factor. Issues with bite alignment that can lead to facial and head pain is also an indication that mouth reconstruction surgery may be beneficial. 

To learn more about full mouth restoration and how it can help you regain your beautiful smile, call the office or book online today to schedule your first appointment with the team at Orange Coast Dental Specialty.

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