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Doctors in click for oral surgery
Thinking you might benefit from a full mouth reconstruction? If you have many dental problems that need to be addressed, it is highly likely that a full reconstruction of your mouth will be necessary. While the term may make you feel a little apprehensive, it simply involves the dental procedures that will need to be done in order to improve your oral health.

For you to be a good candidate for full mouth reconstruction, you will need to be in good general health. This includes not smoking, not being diagnosed with a serious health issue and not being on certain medications for high blood pressure or that cause your blood to thin.

Full Reconstruction Treatment Plan

An initial consultation appointment with a dentist must first be made so they can create a proper dental treatment plan. The dentist will need to decide on the first treatment option, which will be based on the types of treatments the patient will need. A full reconstruction treatment plan may involve pulling teeth, replacing teeth, using dental bridges, using dental implants or dentures or even using teeth whitening procedures.

Rebuilding and Repairing

The full construction of the mouth focuses on rebuilding and repairing the mouth so it can once again be healthy. Because the construction process can take many months to complete, some dental patients wonder if it would be better if they just got dentures instead of repairing natural teeth. While dentures are indeed beneficial for some dental patients, when the option to save natural teeth is available, this is often the best path to take. Natural teeth were meant to last a lifetime, and with a little dental assistance, that can still be possible.

Emergency Dentist

An emergency dentist is a dentist who offers their patients emergency dental services. They understand that sometimes things happen in life that requires someone to seek a dentist immediately. They have decided to accommodate their patients by offering emergency services. Not all dentists offer this, and not all emergency services offer all full reconstruction procedures.

In Need of a Full Reconstruction on Your Mouth?

If you believe that having a full mouth reconstruction is the only way for you to get your oral health back in check, we would love to hear from you today! Our team of dental professionals completely understands what it takes to rebuild and repair your mouth when you have dental issues. Because we want you to feel comfortable with our professional dental services, we invite you to call us at your soonest convenience to make a consultation appointment. This way, you will know exactly what is required when it comes to fixing your dental issues. We look forward to speaking with you!

For more information or to schedule an appointment with Beltran Dental Surgery, request an appointment in our Temple Terrace dental office. Or call us at 813-373-4573.