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Full Mouth Reconstruction
Philadelphia, PA

Dental x-ray of a full mouth at Kaiser, Rosen & Kurman Dental Associates in Philadelphia, PA Many Americans struggle to give their smiles the care and attention they need. At Kaiser, Rosen & Kurman Dental Associates we believe in offering the right treatments and solutions to our patients. Patients who have lost most or all of their teeth may benefit from a full mouth reconstruction. As the name would reply, a full mouth reconstruction involves the rebuilding or replacing of each of the teeth in the patient's mouth. Kaiser, Rosen & Kurman Dental Associates can help you receive a full mouth reconstruction.

What is Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Full mouth reconstruction is a whole suite of different treatments and procedures that all work together to improve the overall health of your mouth. You may have also heard of smile makeovers, which like full mouth reconstructions, utilize a number of treatments. While the procedures involved can often overlap, and both are often performed by one of our highly skilled oral surgeons, the goals of a full mouth reconstruction are very different from a smile makeover. A smile makeover is more about improving the cosmetic appearance of your teeth, while a full mouth reconstruction could be a single or a series of procedures, designed to restore functionality and health to the mouth.

If you have several missing teeth or other dental complications, a full mouth reconstruction may be the right treatment to meet your needs. It is important to mention that full mouth reconstruction is not wholly aesthetic. It is meant for those who have serious concerns that have impacted their oral functionality. Some cosmetic treatments may be included as a part of a full mouth reconstruction for some patients.

How a Full Mouth Reconstruction Can Help You

Because patients that need full mouth reconstructions often suffer from a number of different conditions, a reconstruction can be a huge improvement to your quality of life. It can drastically reduce chronic discomfort, can give you back the ability to eat all of your favorite foods again, can improve your speech, and can renew your confidence with a smile that can once again dazzle a room.

You are likely an ideal candidate for the benefits of a full mouth reconstruction if you have a serious congenital disorder, if your teeth are suffering from advanced disease or decay, if you have multiple teeth that are severely cracked or otherwise damaged, or if you have a number of missing teeth.

What You Can Expect During a Full Mouth Reconstruction

You can expect a full mouth reconstruction to take several months at a minimum, but beyond that it is hard to say since every reconstruction is unique. Extensive reconstructions can take years, though much of that time is recovering from treatments like dental implants or bone grafts.

Give Yourself Your Best Smile Ever!

It is not an overstatement to say that a full mouth reconstruction can be a life changing treatment for many patients. It can radically upgrade the health of your smile, giving you healthy teeth for years to come. If you want to learn more about a full mouth reconstruction, or about any of the individual treatments you might receive as part of one, give Kaiser, Rosen & Kurman Dental Associates a call today at 215-464-5600 to find out more!
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